A garment steamer is very crucial equipment for most households. In a house where more than one person has to iron his or her clothes every morning, a steamer is more preferable. It saves time, offers brilliant results and protects your clothes. With a professional fabric steamer, everyone in your family can get ready for work, school or any other business quickly. Although you can achieve similar results with your flat iron, it could burn your clothes. Besides, an iron takes more time to complete a task that you can finish very fast by garment steamers.
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The clothes steamer however is not the clear winner. The biggest issues facing them is that first of all, they are a little more dangerous than ironing. You will often burn yourself using a steamer for clothes. No matter how careful you are, you are handling a hose that pumps out hot steam; you will eventually pass it over your skin or hold the nozzle incorrectly. Some of the lower quality models may even spit water out the hose and will burn your skin. The main drawback is that it is much more difficulty to press creases into your clothing. If you are ironing a dress shirt or dress trousers and need to press a crease in, with a steamer for clothes, you have to use and attachment, holding the crease in place whilst you steam. With a steam iron, this process is much simpler and quicker.
The portable units are often made as one piece with the nozzle attached to the boiler. It will produce continuous steam, although there are a few with push button steam control. These are compact and lightweight, perfect for small household jobs. They do not hold much water and the steam generally only lasts for 10 to 20 minutes.
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A wedding dress should be hung in a steamy bathroom. Turn on the shower and let the steam of the hot water do the work, but be sure to keep the dress away from the water. The hot steam will help release the wrinkles. After leaving your dress in the steamy bathroom long enough to work out most of the wrinkles, use your garment steamer to work out the hard to get out deep creases. Make sure you put a towel over the steamer so no water drops drip on your wedding dress.