The Social Iron and SASCO Senior Citizens’ Home have entered into a collaboration for the use of a SASCO venue to conduct training for The Social Iron. SASCO will also refer their beneficiaries to join The Social Iron providing them with flexible income opportunities. “This marks our first ever collaboration with an external party. One […]
We all know that ironing is tedious. It is a seemingly unrewarding task that requires a lot of time, space and a specific set of skills – not to mention the equipment. Sure it can be relaxing if you have all of those, but what if YOU don’t?
Ever sent a pile of laundry to be washed and ironed, only to have your clothing returned late and in a sorry state? Unfriendly service, bad communication, poor quality and inflexible schedules… not to mention the amount of time and money you spent just trying to hit that minimum order.
You’re probably thinking “How hard can ironing be? Open the ironing board, switch on the iron, press and repeat… right?” Well, we are going to let you in on a secret… ironing is actually quite difficult. It can get hot, tedious, frustrating, repetitive and technical. It requires lots of skill to do it right and do it well and it’s the last thing that most people want to do in their free time.