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PureSteam Portable Fabric Steamer - Fast-Heating, Handheld Design Perfect for Home and Travel for $15 @ Amazon FS w/Prime

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working as a steam iron?
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working as a steam iron?
Depends. It's great for delicate fabrics like silk. And it will reduce wrinkles in most things. But it won't give you the crisp, pressed look that ironing does.
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It works well, but if you can use an actual steamer or iron, I'd use those instead. I take this with me when I know that I will have to steam delicate stuff. So it works well for that like DiamindJim said.
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I bought one of these the last time it was on sale for $15. Works better than the one I had from Costco so I picked up another one just in case
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Very shady product, mostly all the negative reviews were later updated to positive once contacted by seller. Most probably they were given refund and another unit free to change their reviews..lately amazon reviews are useless
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It heats up very fast and easy to steam items. I use this when I travel and for non iron clothing
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It heats up very fast and easy to steam items. I use this when I travel and for non iron clothing
how frequent do you have to add water per garment?

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Big hint on the negative reviews: They used tap water. Same with irons, you should really use distilled water in these products or it will clog up after a time and stop working.
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I've used these before at a hotel once. It's basically an electric kettle with a nozzle on top. The steam comes out at no more pressure than what boiling water on a stove does.

If you want a good steamer, get an older Rowenta (not the new models, those are apparently poor quality).
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Bought this when it was on sale last time. Had to return because it was spitting out more water than steam. Just got a full sized rowenta.
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Bought this when it was on sale last time. Had to return because it was spitting out more water than steam. Just got a full sized rowenta.
Please share a link to the Rowenta, thanks! Please
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In for one. Thanks.
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