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Pure Enrichment PureSteam Fabric Steamer - White $19.99, $1.99 Shipping

JimmyDskyfall 120 216 August 23, 2016 at 02:47 PM in Appliances (8)
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Pure Enrichment PureSteam Fabric Steamer - White [tanga.com]

$19.99, $1.99 Shipping
  • New nozzle design distributes steam powerfully and consistently to remove stubborn wrinkles from clothing, drapery, furniture upholstery, bedding and table linens - Safe to use on all types of fabric
  • 8 foot built-in 2-prong cable removes the need for an extension cord
  • 110V (North America model)
  • Compact design travels and stores easily
  • Includes auto shut-off safety protection if the unit gets too hot or too low on water
  • Heats quickly to emit wrinkle-busting steam in 2 minutes
  • High-capacity, easy-fill water tank lasts for 10 minutes of continuous steaming
  • 6" X 9" X 4"

This has 4/5 stars on Amazon (FakeSpot Opinion: Grade B [fakespot.com]):
https://www.amazon.com/Pure-Enric...B00ORC2Z2S
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#2
Should work well for tint removal
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#3
thank you! my steamer just broke this morning.
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#4
FYI: it's just a water boiler with a spout attached. it has got to be one of the cheapest things ever, and will leave water spots EVERYWHERE.

on the other hand, it's small, compact, and cheap... so... you gain some, you lose some.
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Quote from JackJ5797 View Post :
FYI: it's just a water boiler with a spout attached. it has got to be one of the cheapest things ever, and will leave water spots EVERYWHERE.

on the other hand, it's small, compact, and cheap... so... you gain some, you lose some.
I agree with the water spots. I use this everyday. Just don't overfill it. It's for the lazy person that hates to iron. You can get away with this unless you're suiting up in my opinion.
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I pick this up a while ago when it was around $15. It's great. The only way you're going to get water spots on your shirt as if you don't know how to use it correctly.
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#7
garbage product. lots of paid 5 stars on amazon
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#8
I have this and got it for free (disclosure). Its a nice product if you know how to use it.
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Quote from vivekparmar View Post :
I have this and got it for free (disclosure). Its a nice product if you know how to use it.
Magic works much better if you know how to use magic. laugh out loud

I am a normal earthling, I cannot use magic like you magical god. laugh out loud

My advice for other earthling, try not to touch the water spout to the fabric. Let the steam touch the fabric only, bring the spout close but not touch.
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I have this, works good.
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Quote from JackJ5797 View Post :
FYI: it's just a water boiler with a spout attached. it has got to be one of the cheapest things ever, and will leave water spots EVERYWHERE.

on the other hand, it's small, compact, and cheap... so... you gain some, you lose some.
I agree 100% you can easily tip it the wrong direction and boiling water will spill over everywhere. not to mention mine leaked water as soon as I filled it.
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Magic works much better if you know how to use magic. http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/emot-LOL.gif

I am a normal earthling, I cannot use magic like you magical god. http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/emot-LOL.gif

My advice for other earthling, try not to touch the water spout to the fabric. Let the steam touch the fabric only, bring the spout close but not touch.
Isnt that true for all products. You would spill water if you tilt it more than 45 degrees or harm the fabric if you get the spout close to fabric like you mentioned. Its in the instructions too.
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Quote from Bigshowmofo View Post :
I agree with the water spots. I use this everyday. Just don't overfill it. It's for the lazy person that hates to iron. You can get away with this unless you're suiting up in my opinion.
Ideally steamers would be used in between dry cleaning to keep your suits looking fresh, but you need a good steamer for it to actually be effective. I recommend rowenta, but you're not going to get one at this price point, of course. Not meant to be a replacement for an iron, more as an addition to the iron. But I would never iron my suits either, if you are suggesting that. It's really not a good idea.
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#14
It isn't difficult to place something in the cap that blocks the water splashing...steam is under 250F from something like this so tons of materials will work and not affect [sp?] your clothing. I haven't had issues with my My Little Steamer 900w but if I did I'd place a silicone potholder (with punctures for steam travel) or at least a piece of one in the cap.

Never once had waterspots on my clothing and I've been using mine for we'll over a year now.

EDIT: Don't remember what I paid for mine but it also came with a mini travel steamer, also 900w.
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Last edited by K421W August 25, 2016 at 10:23 AM
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The only bad is´╝îspill water
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