Professional Iron and Board for Home Use

Professional equipment will save you time - time you can spend on more enjoyable things.

It will also improve your ironing so you look better every day.

Our Irons start at £295 and boards from £297.50 - £565 together.

Speeding up your ironing will save you time and improve results.

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With ESP You Can Paint on Anything

Need a new Kitchen Units or is Your Bathroom Tiles Looking Tired?

Don't worry, there's a simple and effective solution - Simply paint over them.

ESP lets you paint on any non-porous surface to refresh and enliven anything.

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The Best Lint Rollers are HERE

 The Original Professional Roller

Roll Cleans were the original 20m for professionals

The Young Upstart Caraselle 20m Rollers

Choose the one for you.

Buy Now - Learn More - Battle of the Lint Rollers
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Shop Products 1003
Fibres & Fabrics 422
Washing Labels 215
Colour Runs 153
Irons 105
Ironing Trousers 89
Ironing Bedding 80
Biro Stain 66
Professional Ironing Equipment 66
Ironing Trousers 89
Ironing Jackets 50
Ironing Board Demo 50
Special Finishes 43
Hagerty 41
Ironing Shirts 36
Bobble Remover 33
Bleaching 32
Roll Clean LInt Remover 32
Below you'll find some special products available from the DrClean shop that have all been tested for effectiveness and ease of use.
Stain Treatments
Tea, Wine, Glue, Rust, Beer, Egg, Vomit, Ink, Tar,
Juices + Many More
Paint & Rust Treatments
All added to ordinary paint
Stink Free Sports Gear

Remove all nasty smells from shoes, socks, shirts and even bags.

With Money Back Satisfaction GUARANTEE

Stinf Free

Blood Stains

Remove both new and old blood stains.

Wedding Dress, 
Suit Covers
Irons & Boards
Professional Iron
s, Boards & steamers 
Odour Treatments
All odours including Pet Urine
Waterproofing Sprays for Rain Coats, Suede : Jackets, Shoes, Handbags 
Chair Covers etc.

EZ-Off Iron Cleaning Cream Easy to use while the iron is hot and very effective.


Scotch Guard

water repellant spray -  to protect all your Suites, Raincoats, Shoes, Bags & Carpets
20m Lint Rollers
Get Rid of Fluff - Lint & Bobbles 
Press Home Presses
Steam presses for home use
Machine Spares for: Hagerty Puzzi 100 & Carpet Minder
Leather Cleaning
for all Your Suites Jackets & Clothing
Hagerty Blue
Buy a Hagerty Blue....... Or
....... get a FREE Machine
(with free stand and hard floor adaptor)
Hagerty Blue
Cogs Enviro-Friendly Degreaser
Get grease of anything and take care of the planet
Stain Removal Kit - for Blood, Egg,, Wine, Beer & more
Deck & Wood Cleaning
Clean and protect all your exterior wood.
Graffiti Remover
A gel that sticks to graffiti then removes it with water
Hajo Clips Hajo Clips
Simple skirt clips with no points or pins that can damage the fabric
Soaps for Carpets & Suites
Professionals soaps for all carpet & suite 

DrClean's Lilly Pollen Remover Lilly
Fuzz-Go The best bobble remover in the world?
Grooming Kit
Removes bobbles, hair & lint 
New Home
Heated Vacuum Ironing Board
Home Board Only £297.50

Curtain Cleaning Service
Full service with a NO SHRINKAGE GUARANTEE

Wedding Dress Cleaning by DrClean
Hand Made Wedding Dress, Shoe & Hat Boxes
All Natural Moth Repellants


Specials on DrClean
Bleaching Care


Bleaching used to be a common practice especially with commercial cleaners of bedding, table cloths and napkins. It naturally gets rid of the last remnants of stains and often sanitises and brightens too, so with fabrics known to be safe it makes sense to use a bleaching cycle in the wash. 

When you think of bleach most of us think of common household bleach, which is normally sodium hypochlorite, a chlorine bleach. If you check a garment label and see a  triangular symbol, especially if it has "Cl" in it,  you can use it on that particular garment - but if it's crossed through you can't (see right). 

There are two other types of bleach that are also often used on fabric, sodium hydrosulphite (found in colour removing products such as "Colour Run") and hydrogen peroxide (that is often used on hair - such as with the peroxide blond - and is normally safe on wool), As these are not based on chlorine both should be safe to use even if a care label suggests that you can't use chlorine bleach.

However, all bleaches can and will cause damage to fabrics if you don't take care when you bleach.

To protect your clothes and laundry follow these basic rules:
  1. Never add neat bleach directly to a wash. 
    Doing so could cause immediate bleach damage to your garments. It could also lead to "Hot Spots" of bleach in the wash which can again lead to damage.
  2. Don't bleach at temperatures higher than 60o C. 
    Heating bleach increases it's effectiveness, so you get a quicker and more complete result. However, control is important, so you can remove a garment if the reaction is too fast or you see anything you don't like, and that is far harder to achieve at higher temperatures.
  3. Always measure the amount of bleach you're using and always mix and dilute the bleach first.
    Bleaching is similar to dyeing, in that the weight of the fabric will change the amount you use. So follow the instructions to ensure that you don't get a mix that's too rich or too weak. 
  4. If adding directly to a stain use a dropper and make sure the bleach is well diluted. 
    Using a dropper makes it easier to add the bleach exactly where you want it with little chance of spreading it to other areas. It's better to start with very diluted bleach and then increase the strength if necessary as opposed to starting with too strong a mixture that causes instant damage.
  5. If adding to a wash then make sure the cage is rotating when you do.
    The reasoning for this is similar to adding bleach directly to a wash, in that you want to spread the mixture throughout a wash, limiting the chance of adding too much in any one area of a garment.
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