No irons are allowed because of fire hazard. I still bring my travel iron with me but haven't used it in the last few cruises. I use Downey Wrinkle Releaser found in the laundry department of WalMart or Target. We have also started just bringing my DH suit in our carry on and as soon as we are allowed to our cabins, put it in the laundry bag and give it to our steward for dry cleaning. Only $7, less than at home and it is delivered to our cabin the next afternoon in time for our first formal evening. You could also give them all your clean shirts for the week for pressing if you like. I think it's only $1.50 a shirt for pressing.
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Teresa and Larry
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7 night Mexican Riviera
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7 night Eastern Caribbean
save the dry cleaner's bags wire hangers when you get your clothes back from the cleaners, hang them in your garment bag. Hang your clothes up as soon as you get your suitcases delivered to your stateroom. If they are really badly wrinkled, most lines have self-service laundry rooms with irons. Steaming them in the shower works great also.