First, iron the clothes that can tolerate high temperatures. You can keep the fabrics that do not require such high temperatures until the end. In doing so, you only have to turn the iron down once.
Good control method
Do you ever iron your kitchen towels? And all your friends think you're mad for doing it? Let them be, we're on your side! Ironing controls moths and bacteria. Iron away!
Problems with brown spots on your ironed shirt? This means that the steam holes are blocked. It is recommended that you clean the holes regularly to prevent this. You do this with a cloth that has been soaked in vinegar.
Bare careful of prints
Never put your iron directly on the print of a shirt (or vest, pants, blouse and so on). The print can sometimes end up on the iron instead of the clothing! Turn the shirt inside-out and use a towel or ironing cloth as a buffer.
Are you almost done ironing? Then unplug the power cord from the socket and iron the last shirt without power. The iron stays warm enough and just uses less electricity. As people always say: every bit helps.