By : Steam Fast
Price : $24.99
You Save : $10.00 (29%)
Steaming is significantly more powerful and kinder than ironing. Remarkable on all types of fabric, even draperies upholstery. Held-held steamer is awesome for traveling or each day touch-ups. Freshen up your shirts and get wrinkles out of blouses promptly and effectively. Just add water to the MAX line, plug it in and you are prepared to steam. You will get 12 minutes of continues steam with this 800 watts of power.
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 9 x 4 inches ; 2.2 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- ASIN: B00070OWMU
- Item model number: SF-435W
- 800-watt fabric steamer gives 12 minutes of continuous steam
- Extra successful and gentler on fabric than ironing 7-ounce water capacity
- Removes wrinkles and odors from clothes, linens, curtains, upholstery, and more
- Contains a fabric brush, lint remover, and rubber accessory housing
- Measures roughly 7 by 9 by four inches
Got mine currently and couldn't wait to test it out. Filled with distilled water to about 1/2" under the "max fill" mark. Took about a minute for water to boil. I gotta admit, it's a little scary at 1st to be toting around this container of furiously boiling water.
Attempted it first on an old cotton shirt that I had already stuffed into a corner of the closet, to wrinkle it on goal. It took a when, and I got the shirt "relaxed" but not "smooth". Aside from a extremely occasional drop (which evaporated away on the next pass), I did not have any challenges with it spitting hot water.
Subsequent test: a wool blazer, now that I wasn't concerned about spraying boiling water all more than it. I put to use the lint brush attachment, and hey! This point truly works! It helped to pull the garment taut whilst steaming. Watch those fingers... I assume I saw somebody advise an using an oven mitt in a assessment somehere? Not a poor idea. Anyway, this was a success, and fairly simple to do.
Third test: a linen blazer, working with the brush attachment. Possibly chalk it up to practice, but it looked ideal in no time. Yay!
In summation: I am nevertheless going to iron shirts that require it, but goodbye drycleaning. It half paid for itself in just a couple of utilizes. The power cord is good and extended. I do not like that there's no steam trigger, or even an on/off switch... once you plug it in, it is on and steaming. Plus, it leaves garments steam-damp, and you have to have to let them hang out for 30 minutes or so to dry completely. But general, it functions as promised and saves me income. I'm satisfied withn the acquire and would advocate it to a friend. Hope this aids.
Employed this item on chiffon material. It was rather straightforward and convenient to use and smoothed out the wrinkles pretty easily. It's compact size makes it very easy to shop. It heats up speedily and tends to make a lot of steam. I am pleased with my purchase.
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