How to iron a shirt
Bring the heat to look neat.
When it comes to your personal style and making a good impression, it's the details that matter. Getting to grips with ironing will always give you the option of pulling together a really good look.
Knowing how to iron your shirt makes a difference. A good tie and blazer are key components of a good suit, but a clean, crisp and wrinkle-free shirt will make you look sharp. If you're wearing a white shirt, use Axe Forest Antiperspirant Dry Spray to keep visible residue at bay. The jacket and tie are framing: the shirt is the undercover star.
Ready to turn the heat up on your style? Here's how.
Check your shirt for any stains. Fill the iron with water and let it heat up.
Spray your shirt lightly with water. This helps get the creases out.
Turn your shirt inside out. Start with the collar and cuffs. Never iron over buttons.
Iron your shirt on the front and back, pressing to make sure it is clear of any creases.
Finish by ironing the sleeves. Hang up your shirt and admire your handiwork.