ROWENTA EVERLAST ANTICALC DW7180EVERLAST ANTICALC DW7180
Everast - A solution for hard water
Everlast Anticalc steam iron- Perfect solution to Hard water Rowenta Everlast Anticalc provides protection against calc and professional-quality ironing results. It features a removable anti-calc collector, A narrow tip for enhanced precision, Patented Microsteam400 Profile soleplate for perfect ironing results, 1750 Watts powerful steam, 10 oz. water tank, for reduced re-fills.
Patent US n°7,305,780
Reference : DW7180U1
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ROWENTA EVERLAST ANTI-CALC STEAM IRON: OUTSTANDING CALC REMOVAL AND PROFESSIONAL RESULTS
Combining high performance and long lasting efficiency, Everlast Antical steam iron is the perfect tool for professional-level ironing results with added protection against calc.
This high-performance iron features a removable calc collector to catch scale and easily remove it, while helping to maintain high levels of steam performance over time.
It collects up to 1 teaspoon of calc.
, Patented Microsteam400 Profile soleplate technology achieves perfect steam coverage through 400 active micro holes, with high-quality stainless steel for added durability.
, With an outstanding array of features providing sharp precision, greater autonomy and long-lasting performance, Everlast Anticalc steam iron is a powerful ironing package with protection against calc and professional-quality results.
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Technical specifications / comparison
|Continuous steam output||35
|Setting of steam & temperature||Manual setting
|Soleplate Technology||MICROSTEAM PROFILE STAINLESS STEEL
|Glideability of soleplate||*****
|Durability of soleplate / scratch resistance||*****
|Concentrated Steam boost at tip of soleplate||
|Continuous steam diffusion||Tip, side and heart
|Stable rest hill||
|Water tank capacity||350
|Water filling hole||Medium
|Power cord length (ft)||7.9
|Anti scale function||Integrated anti-scale and Anti-scale setting
|Colours||Black & hip jungle
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• You are not using the right type of water (Refer to the FAQ "What water should I use for ironing?").
• You have used a starch type product on your laundry (Always spray to the reverse side of the fabric to be ironed and clean your iron afterwards).
• Fibers from clothes have been trapped in the holes in the iron and have become carbonised.
• The clothes have not been rinsed enough and there is detergent left on them or you have ironed a new item of clothing before washing it.
• See the instructions for use to find out what type of water is appropriate and clean the soleplate from time to time with a damp sponge.
Your iron has a built-in thermostat controlling the temperature very precisely over the entire surface of the soleplate. The thermostat dial contains international markers with dots corresponding to three ironing temperatures.
Make sure that you use the right temperature for your clothes:
• Marker with 1 dot for synthetic fabrics.
• Marker with 2 dots for wool and silk.
• Marker with 3 dots for cotton and linen.
• The temperature button must be placed on Steam area (between 2 dots and MAX).
• Use steam only when the iron is hot (the light must be off).
At the end of your ironing session, we would suggest that once your iron has cooled down, you should wipe over the soleplate and around the steam holes to remove any burned fibers that may have started collecting around the steam holes.
Leave the iron to cool down before putting it away and follow these 4 tips:
Empty out the water remaining in the tank, set the thermostat to minimum, switch off the steam control and stand it upright or put it back in its base (depending on the model).
Do not use rainwater or water containing additives (starch, perfume, aromatic substances, softeners, etc.) or water obtained through condensation (e.g. dryer, refrigerators, air conditioners or rainwater). These contain organic waste as well as minerals that condense under the influence of heat and cause sputtering, brown stains or the premature wear of your appliance.
The board should be perforated to allow the steam to pass through the fibres of the fabric to soften it and make ironing easier. The ironing board cover should also be suitable to allow the flow of steam through.
To do this, set the iron temperature button to the maximum position.
• Leave the item on a hanger and gently pull the fabric with one hand.
• Press the steam control button intermittently and move the iron from top to bottom.
As the steam produced is very hot, it softens the fibres and removes creases.
Note: Never use the vertical steam function on an item being worn by anyone.
• Always place your iron on its heel rest or its base (depending on model),
• Avoid ironing over abrasive items (buttons, zip fastenings, etc.),
• Never clean your iron’s soleplate with abrasive or metallic pads.
If ironing mixed-fibre fabrics, set the temperature for the most fragile fibre.
Important: The iron takes longer to cool down than to heat up. We recommend that you start with fabrics to be ironed at a low temperature.
Set the thermostat control to Max and the steam control on DRY and switch on.
Place the iron on its heel and leave to heat up for around 5 minutes.
Unplug the iron then hold your iron horizontally above the sink.
Remove the anti-scale valve (or set the control to self-clean/autoclean depending on the model). Steam, water and scale deposits will leave the steam chamber through the steam holes and the iron will be clean.
At the end of the operation, push the anti-calc valve back into position. When your iron is cold, you will also be able to use your vacuum to gently suction limescale and dirt that may have clogged the holes in the soleplate.
After use, empty the tank, close the steam control, set the thermostat to minimum and stand the iron upright or place it on the base (depending on model).
Use a damp soft cloth to wipe your iron and never use cleaners or solvents.
If your iron has an auto-clean function, refer to the instruction manual before using it.
• Always use untreated water in your iron. If your water is very hard, we recommend you use a mix of 50% untreated tap water and 50% distilled water.
• Avoid placing your iron on sharp objects such as zip fasteners and metal buttons.
• Do not put your iron down flat on rough surfaces.
Of capital importance… Never leave a hot iron unattended.
This is not only to avoid overheating of the iron or the surface on which it is placed but also to ensure that no-one gets burned. If safety is one of your main concerns, choose an iron that has an automatic cut-off function.
And never, never…
Never leave a hot iron within reach of children or pets who risk knocking it over and injuring themselves.
Like any electrical appliance, never put your iron in water.
Do not use an iron that has fallen down or has a damaged power cord. If you have the slightest doubt concerning the condition of your iron, contact the Service Centre.
Always unplug your iron before leaving it, cleaning it or filling it with water (unless it is a model that has a removable water tank). Regularly check the water level to ensure that there is always enough.
• The Durillium soleplate:
Regularly clean the soleplate with a damp, non metallic washing up pad. For easier, non-corrosive cleaning of your iron's soleplate, use a damp sponge on the soleplate while it is still warm.
If cleaning dirt off is an issue, use the stick which is made specifically for cleaning the Durillium soleplates.
• The stainless soleplate:
Clean the soleplate of your iron when it is cool with a damp cloth or a non-abrasive sponge.
• The autoclean soleplate:
It is recommended that you use a soft damp cloth on the warm soleplate, in order not to damage the surface.
Warning: The use of iron cleaner will cause damage to your soleplate's autoclean coating.
• Self-cleaning: heat the iron, unplug it, remove the anti-calc valve and spray the iron over the sink.
• Cleaning the anti-calc valve: Remove the antiscale valve and soak the valve in a cup of white vinegar or plain lemon juice for 4 hours.
If your iron has an anti-calc system, you should clean the anti-calc valve once a month.
To do this, unplug the iron and leave it to cool for 30-45 minutes.
Empty the water and remove the valve, holding it by the top.
Put the valve into a glass of lemon juice (or white vinegar) for 4 hours.
Then rinse it with plenty of water and put it back inside the iron.
Be careful! Do not hold the valve at the edges.
• No mains supply: check that the mains plug is properly inserted or try plugging the iron into a different socket.
• Temperature control set too low: set the temperature control to a higher temperature.
• The automatic electronic cut-out* is active: move your iron.
* depending on model
• The tank is empty or almost empty; add more water,
• The selected temperature is too low and does not allow steam to be produced; set the thermostat to the steam zone (between 2 dots and MAX),
• If your iron has a Dry/Steam control, set it to the Steam position,
• Scale has built up in your iron; descale it,
• Your iron has an intelligent system (a moving sensor) which temporarily stops steam being released when the iron is not moving, even when it is placed horizontally. This function eliminates wasted steam while you are handling the clothes!
• The tank is empty or almost empty; add more water.
• The selected temperature is too low to use this function; set the thermostat to the zone between 3 dots and MAX.
The "supersteam" or "turbo" function should not be used intensively – wait a few seconds between pressing the button.
Gently shake your iron to reactivate it, the lights should start to flash and then the iron should start to heat up.
The electronic system cuts off the power supply and the auto-stop light flashes if the iron is not moved for more than 8 minutes (on its rest or base) or is left flat for more than 30 seconds.
To turn the iron back on, shake it gently until the light goes out.