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My Favorite Oliso Products

Hey everyone! I’m excited to share with you My Favorite Oliso Products. This article delves into the innovative world of Oliso products. As an Oliso affiliate, I’ve been a fan of their cutting-edge auto lift irons for years. Oliso has recently launched some new pressing products, including the upgraded M3 Pro Mini Iron. In this article, you’ll get an insider’s look at these fantastic tools. Remember, all the links here are my affiliate links, so if you decide to make a purchase through them, I’ll earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. Ready to explore? Check out the article and discover how Oliso can elevate your crafting game!

Tula Pink’s Collaboration with Oliso

Discover the seamless fusion of Tula Pink’s artistic flair and Oliso’s commitment to precision and performance with their stylish and functional iron. It’s specially crafted to take your quilting and sewing projects to the next level.

As a renowned illustrator, fabric designer, quilter, author, and maker, Tula Pink’s involvement guarantees a product that’s both beautiful and practical.

I’m thrilled to feature this as my new favorite!

The Oliso M3Pro Project Iron

Check out the Oliso M3Pro Project Iron – it’s a game-changer for anyone into sewing, quilting, or simply bringing their creative projects to life. Think of it as the power of a full-size iron packed into a compact, stylish form. The LED ProLight™ feature? A total winner for highlighting every detail, no matter how small. And the Diamond Ceramic-Flow™ soleplate, along with its detailer tip and dual steam, makes pressing seams and getting those sharp creases a breeze. Quick to heat and precise in temperature control, the M3Pro also has your safety in mind with its standby modes and shut-off feature. Plus, it’s just the right size to fit next to your sewing machine or in your travel bag, and it’s super comfy in your hand, too. Trust me, your wrist will thank you!

Ironing Board Covers!

Spice up your ironing routine with these vibrant Oliso Ironing Board Covers! Say goodbye to mundane chores with our eye-catching designs. Perfectly paired with Oliso Smart irons, these covers aren’t just about looks; they’re about making ironing less of a chore and more of a delight.

Crafted from premium 100% cotton and backed with a firm felt, the Oliso Ironing Board Cover promise durability and a top-notch ironing experience. With an easy and secure fit for most standard ironing boards, you’ll get a smooth, wrinkle-free surface every time. Plus, caring for them is a breeze – just machine wash and you’re good to go. Brighten up your workspace or laundry room and make ironing a part of your creative flow. Check them out on the Oliso website and pick your favorite color to bring a dash of joy to your ironing sessions!

Pressing Partners!

The MultiMat from Oliso is a great flexible design! You can buy and attach another if you want a bigger mat. That’s why the Mini Project Iron and the MultiMat are perfect partners

Auto Lift Full Size Irons

Oliso’s Auto-Lift Smart Irons are so handy! This tool will not tip over! No need to set the iron on its back when you’re not using it. The iTouch technology allows you to let go of the handle of the iron and the legs will just lift it up and off the ironing board. This design has won Oliso awards like: Time Magazine “Best Inventions of 2006”, Home Safety Council Award, Housewares Design Awards Finalist.

Oliso’s Award Winning Auto-Lift Smart Iron

What better tool to help carry these irons than with the Oliso Carry Bag! It’s practical and made of strong, durable polyester felt, the carry bag provides stylish protection for your iron from dust, dirt, and scratches.

Check out my latest unboxing, where I show you the TG 1600 Pro Plus Smart Iron!

Alright, that’s a wrap on my roundup of favorite Oliso products. We’ve talked about the super handy M3 Pro Mini Iron, the game-changing auto lift irons, the sturdy wool pressing mats, and the must-have carrying case. Each of these has been a game-changer in my sewing and quilting projects. I’m curious to hear about your experiences too. Which Oliso product can you not live without? Drop a comment below and share your favorites. I love hearing about what tools make your crafting easier and more enjoyable!


  1. Eloise caille says:

    Est ce que vous livrez au Canada?

    1. Nicole Moore says:

      I know that Oliso ships to Canada! yay!

    2. Art East Quilt Company shop in Canada might have or can get for you

  2. CynthiaGottlieb says:

    What’s the difference between the Mini Pro 2 and Pro 3

    1. Nicole Moore says:

      the M3Pro is an upgrade from the M2Pro. With an auto-off feature, on/off button, new sitting position, plus a light – there are so many reasons to love the M3Pro!

    2. I had to buy a new travel iron because of the recall of thee Streamfast Travel Irons. I looked a bit on line and came across the Mini pro 2 and 3. Once I read about the upgrades in the MPro3 that is one I got. I love it. I am happy that I went with it. Good prices.

  3. Janet Held says:

    I watched the Tula Pink blog discussing the new irons. The mini iron now has 3 auto off timings: 30 minutes in the upright position, 10 minutes in the face down position and 30 seconds on it’s side (if I recall correctly). It also has the ability to switch the power cord from the right hand side to the left hand side for those that iron as a lefty.

    1. Nicole Moore says:

      These new irons have all the bells and whistles!

  4. Sandra D, Jol says:

    I just received the full size Tula Pink Oliso. Hoping to get the small one someday. As long as I have the large one, I’m in no hurry. I had the pale pink one years ago and I love this bright pink. Was looking at the purple one but got Tula Pink’s instead. Most irons I look at have a dark water tank. What’s up with that? Can anyone tell me? My last one, thankfully a cheap one, had dark blue and I used a flashlight to try and see the water level but it didn’t help much. Someone who works in the linen industry said if you overfill an iron, even if labelled anti-drip, it will drip ever after. That’s what happened to me. I will only use 1 1/2 of the little pitchers that came with Tula’s iron to be sure I don’t overfill it even though it’s light blue and easier to see the water level. No more dark water tanks for me. I have to use spring water because my tap has hard hard water. I used distilled in my old Oliso so maybe that’s why it finally gave out. I also didn’t leave the legs out when I was finished with it. I read the instructions this time. LOL.

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