illustration image smoothing iron sign
|illustration image smoothing iron sign|
The history of Ironing period BCSetrika is believed to have been known and used since 400 BC by the Greeks. At that time, irons were used to cause vertical folds of oversized garments that could be used to perform certain ceremonies or rituals. The Romans were also recorded to have used irons whose shape resembled modern irons as they are today. The iron used by the Romans at that time was called prelum. This type of iron takes advantage of pressing techniques, so that many people call it similar to winepress. According to other records, irons were also known and used by the Chinese around the 1st century BC. This iron is in the form of a metal pot that can be filled with embers (smoldering charcoal). The history of Ironing to the AD Period As time goes by, ironing also continues to develop. Here's the sequence of ironing progress
period of THE YEAR to the present.* Early 17th century people took advantage of irons known as sadiron. This style iron is in the form of thick pieces of metal with a flat surface and given a handle. In this period, the iron was later refined into a metal box that could be given embers.* In the late 19th to early 20th centuries a cast iron was discovered.