DECAPFER removes: dirt, limescale deposits, burnt polyester microfibers, and patina deposited on the soles of irons. When used regularly, it facilitates ironing.
The iron should be heated to a temperature of about 150°C, turned the foot up and spread evenly with DECAPFER. Under the influence of temperature, the agent dissolves (if it evaporates, it means that the temperature is too high). You should wait for about 2-3 minutes, allowing the agent to penetrate the dirt, and then wipe it from the surface of the foot with a dry cloth.
DECAPFER used on the soleplate of a steam iron, dissolving may affect the steam vents, therefore, after turning to the normal position (with the foot down), it is necessary to start the steam several times to blow it out.