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I have a regular ironing board (yes, I still iron clothing, especially blouses once in a while), but had hubby make a top with mdf that was longer and wider than my board. I covered it with batting and an old cotton sheet. It sits securely on top of the ironing board. When I need to iron a blouse, I simply lift it off, and there is my regular board.
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