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Handling and Storing the mini steamer:
1.Remove all accessories from the steamer
2.Empty any remaining water into a sink to minimize mineral buil-up
3.put back the water reservoir cap, Do not over tighten
4.It is recommended to store the steamer and any supplied accessories together in the original packaging
5.Store the steamer in a cool,dry place.When using your steamer,basic safety precautions should always be taken.Real all instructions before use.Save this user manual for reference.
Filling the Steamer with Water
1.Place the steamer on a flat, leveled surface
2.Fill the water reservoir with a cup
3.Never fill the water above MAX level.Try to fill water less(depending on usage)
4.Place back the water reservoir cap.
Voltage/power:100V-120V/850W/50-60Hz ,US Power Standard!
The tank capacity:140ml
Working time: 8 minutes
product size:6 × 3.3 × 8.3 inches 1 pounds
1. Steamer *1pc
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 8.3 x 3.3 inches ; 10.9 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
- ASIN: B00LMYTTYQ
- Item model number: TM-1317-US
Way better than expected. Buy it!
115 people found this helpful.
I seriously love this thing!
I just love this. Best
54 people found this helpful.
I just love this. Best. investment. ever. I have a full size clothing steamer that is so cumbersome to use that it stays in the closet, but for less than $30 this one does the job in a flash. For home or for travel, especially, this one is it. Very pleased.
Small and handy.
24 people found this helpful.
I needed a steamer to use every once in a while so I didn’t get a big one. This one works just fine for my purposes. I steamed a graduation robe and a dress in one fill. I like this steamer and would recommend to anyone who needs to steam a garment or two.
Works great, love it!
30 people found this helpful.
I really love this. I never even knew they made handheld/travel steamers! I’ve used the industrial ones before, so I was worried it wouldn’t live up to expectations, but it did. I put on the brush and put it right up against the fabric, and it worked really well. So excited!
17 people found this helpful.
I have had a lot of portable steamers. This is the best.
Great Little Steamer
35 people found this helpful.
Great little steamer. I usually iron however with some of the summer fabrics I was concerned about ironing so I bought this powerful little guy. It’s easy to use and does a nice job. I was able to crease the sleeves with it.
it worked very good! it started to boil really quick (about 30-45 …
57 people found this helpful.
Just got it and I used this to steam wrinkles from an Elsa (Frozen) costume, it worked very good! it started to boil really quick (about 30-45 sec) and good steam came out of it considering it is a “mini travel garment steamer”, it didn’t spit water at all. The second time I overfilled the tank above the max line and it did spit water, so don’t do this!
Better than an iron…
6 people found this helpful.
I bought this steamer to steam tablecloths for craft shows. It didn’t get here in time for the one I went to this month, but I’ve been trying it out on some of my husbands shirts in the meantime.
I don’t usually write reviews, but this product worked great for about 2 months and then all the sudden started spitting more and more water on my clothes. All the sudden one day I went to turn it on and all the water started pouring out like a water fall. It wasn’t tipped, it was in it’s standing position heating up. BURNING water got EVERYWHERE and burned my legs and hands and I had to go to the hospital! (I’m okay now)