Origin of soleplatesole + plate
The definition of a soleplate is a metal plate at the bottom of an iron.
The metal plate that presses down against your clothing when you use a clothes iron to press your clothes is an example of a soleplate.
The underside of a clothes iron.
- The soleplate doesn't conduct heat, other than what the steamer creates, so there's no danger of scorching fabrics or the Texture Magic shrink fabric turning hard from steel heat.
- Effective Iron: The stainless steel airglide soleplate, automatic steam and easy to hold handle all make this lightweight iron easy to use.
- Salton's Power Pro steam station has a stainless steel soleplate that ensures the iron has a smooth gliding effect when used.
- The soleplate has a non-stick surface so you never need to worry about scorching your garments or fabrics.
- If the soleplate becomes soiled, use the Rowenta soleplate cleaning kit to get it back into shape.