How to Clean the Iron Soleplate Using Baking Soda
Make sure the iron is unplugged and absolutely cool.
In the bowl, make a paste by combining two parts baking soda with one part distilled water.
Spread the paste over the iron’s soleplate.
Use a damp microfiber cloth to wipe the paste away, making sure you remove all of it.
Dip a cotton swab into distilled water.
Use this to clean the steam holes on the iron’s soleplate.
Let the iron dry completely before plugging it in and using it again.