The Origin of Iron
Since when does it bother people to see wrinkled clothes? This is a difficult question to answer clearly when exactly. What is clear is that the fabric lubricant, or now known as the iron, has evolved over hundreds of years from simple things. Sometimes it is made of stone, glass, wood, or metal. These materials often made irons in the past so heavy and difficult to use.
Therefore, it is not surprising that those whose clothes are well cared for must be people. Using such tools must be difficult and tiring. Only rich people can afford to hire someone to do it. They were usually slaves or servants.
In addition to removing creases on clothes, hot iron are then also used to kill parasites, fungi, and other bacteria in clothes. This was especially before the heated dryer was invented.
In its development, most modern irons are made of metal and plastic. They have many features like steam and temperature control.