"Revolutionise your ironing routine and steam your way to a crease-free household."
As a busy mum you'll always be pressed for time, juggling ever-changing commitments and challenges as you manoeuvre a precarious path thro' family and professional life. Unless you're a Domestic Goddess, Superwoman or are in the fortunate position to outsource domestic chores, it's likely that your 'to iron' pile of freshly laundered washing may be starting to fester before you reach the bottom of it (if you ever do!), resembling a semi-permanent chaotic and creased mound of cloth.
Many famous people have got something to say about ironing, perhaps not unsurprisingly, most of them women. Whether you're in Team Keeley Hawes ("I love washing, hoovering, ironing, you name it. I find it very therapeutic" or Team Phyllis Diller ("The only time I ever enjoyed ironing was the day I accidentally got gin in the steam iron."), there's a certain inevitability about the necessity of doing it, whether you operate on a relaxed 'needs must' ironing basis, or see it as regular fixture of managing family life (maybe a time to have a date with your guilty TV pleasure?).
So the arrival of the JML iron to review at the end of August, with the promise of "gold-standard care for your clothes and a ground-breaking approach to the daily chore of ironing