Azur Steam iron

130 g steam boost, 2400 W GC4410/12

Troubleshooting

My Philips steam iron is leaking water droplets

If your Philips steam iron is producing water droplets on your clothes, please find out here what causes this and how to prevent it.

Steam has condensed

Sometimes, steam can condense on the ironing board and this can produce water droplets.

When this happens, you can easily dry the wet spots on your garment and the ironing board cover by ironing it without steaming.

To prevent this you can:

1) Select a lower steam setting or only use steam during the first ironing strokes and then finish up with dry-ironing strokes.

2) You can also put an extra layer of felt between the ironing board and the ironing board cover to minimise condensation on the ironing board.

3) Replace the ironing board cover if the sponge material has worn out.

Minimise steam condensation

When possible, select a lower steam setting or use less steam while ironing. Use steam ironing during the first few strokes and release the steam trigger to finish up with dry-ironing strokes. Replace the ironing board cover if the sponge material has worn out. You can also put an extra layer of felt between the ironing board and the ironing board cover to minimise condensation on the ironing board.

The information on this page applies to the following models: GC4410/12 , GC3588/02 , GC4610/02 , GC4630/02 , GC4620/02 , GC6420/03 , GC6440/02 , GC6420/27 , GC3240/02 , GC3221/02 , GC4340/02 , GC4310/02 , GC3230/02 , GC3388/22 , GC4330/02 , GC4320/02 , GC3330/02 , GC3340/27 , GC4410/02 , GC4410/27 , GC4430/02 , GC4440/02 . more less

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