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Home Touch PS-200 Perfect Steam Commercial Garment Steamer

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  • Commercial garment steamer for the home with quick 45-second heat up
  • Provides 40 minutes of continuous steam with auto shut off
  • Flexible 5-foot hose covered by durable heat-resistant fabric
  • Telescoping design for compact storage; rolling casters for excellent mobility
  • Safe for all types of fabric; backed by 2-year warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

Steam Away Wrinkles & Refresh Your Garments

  • 45 second quick heat up
  • 5 times faster than ironing
  • Safe for all types of fabric
  • Safety auto shut-off

Features:

  • Quick heat up emits steam in 45 seconds
  • Convenient integrated garment hanger
  • Telescoping design for compact storage
  • 5'flexible hose with SafeTouch™ hose cover for comfortable handling
  • Easy-fill water tank provides 40 minutes of continuous steam
  • Rolling casters for excellent mobility
  • Low water auto shut-off
  • Convenient drain at base
  1. Fill the water tank and turn the power on.  Steam will form in only 45 seconds. 
  2. Hang your garment on the convenient integrated garment hanger or steam a curtain without taking it down.
  3. Use the penetrating steam to melt away wrinkles in seconds, while refreshing your fabric and eliminating odors.

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With its long-lasting steam power and adjustable design, the 1500-watt Perfect Steam commercial garment steamer from Home Touch is a great alternative to labor-intensive ironing. The steamer has an easy-to-fill tank that holds enough water for up to 40 minutes of continuous steam and heats up in just 45 seconds. The steam comes out of a 5-1/2-by-2-inch flat nozzle at the end of a flexible 5-foot hose, which is covered by durable heat-resistant fabric. Between uses, the nozzle can be hung on or coiled around the telescoping garment hanger. Home Touch builds in a ready indicator light and automatic shut-off for when water level is too low. Rolling casters make for easy movement of the steamer, and a simple bottom drain lets you empty it speedily. A fabric brush attachment is included for grooming and refreshing clothes. Safe for all types of fabric, the unit comes with a two-year warranty and detailed instructions. --Emily Bedard

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 13.7 x 10.2 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0000AR6Y0
  • Item model number: PS-200
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (159 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #349,586 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

2.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

218 of 220 people found the following review helpful By T. Calvert on September 3, 2005
I've updated my review after 6 mos of use: I've found the Homemedics PS-200 "Perfect Steam" has been fine for all types of clothing. This is the smallest, value-priced model, so I wouldn't expect it have enough steam for thick upholstery or to press creases and folds. It's upright. Commercial steamers don't do this either without a flat surface. They're for removing wrinkles- not pressing clothes.

I bought it to use instead of a steam iron and for the same price, it's faster and easier. It has worked for denim jeans, suits, blankets, wrinkled khakis and dress shirts. Read the manual for tips- it helps to have the pole all the way up. When the hose starts to gurgle, water is condensing in the hose. Just hold the hose straight up and let the water drip back into the tank. The manual says this is normal and the condensation does not affect the steam. I find it's ready in 15 seconds! Also, steam runs consistently when the clothing is hung higher than the pole- meaning I have to hang clothing from the top of a door frame or shower rod. The hose is long enough to reach but I wish the pole could have been made to extend a foot taller. I'm sure the reason it's not longer is that it would have made the unit too unstable (tip over more easily with added height) - it's a very lightweight unit with a small base. It's small enough to fit inside my tiny closet. Distilled water is a must in Colorado. The water does need to be emptied out after each use or else mildew/mold will form. You may have to lift and tip the unit over a sink and shake the hose to completely empty. I was expecting much less for the price and was pleasantly surprised.

I wouldn't rate it as a "commercial" use steamer...
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163 of 164 people found the following review helpful By iReview VINE VOICE on December 14, 2005
I had the same problem with the steam petering out. What is happening is that there is buildup of minerals in the pipes and it eventually clogs. The way to fix this is to take off the hose and the reservoir and put vinegar in where the hose was and where the reservoir was. Let it sit. Then take a turkey baster bulb and put it over the opening for the hose and flush. AFter a little work it will finally free up and you are good for another 8 mos. If you used distilled water it wouldn't do this but that is ridiculous.

As for the how breaking....mine did that after about 2 years. The plastic simply fatigues. I called homedics and they said they will send me out a new one free immediately.

The above sounds like a hassle... but this steamer beats the pants off the Conair and the Shark and..it sounds like it beats the rowenta.

The only thing I don't like is that the pole could be longer.
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135 of 139 people found the following review helpful By kitler on February 17, 2005
My sister and I each received one of these steamers as a gift for Christmas, 2003. In a now familiar chorus, after nearly a year of use, hers started tripping the reset button every time she used it, and just today, the hose snapped off of mine, just like reviewer G. Williams.
I loved this little steamer, and probably used it an average of 4 days out of the week. I never had a problem with the performance until now...and the broken hose is a big one! How ironic that just today, I was bragging to someone about what a good little machine it was. Famous last words.

update: 5/05...i went on the homedics website to send an email about the hose. there was no product category for the steamer, so i just picked one of the other products and wrote about the steamer anyway, asking how to buy a new hose. after about 3 weeks, i got a reply from their CS who said they would just send me a new hose...free! it came about 3 weeks later...during which time they had gotten mixed up and sent me an additional brush, and even called my home and left a message about the mix-up and apologised profusely. I was really pleased with the way this was handled.
So, now my steamer is back in business, and I am once more wrinkle free...at least from the neck down.
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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Ronald P. Roberts on March 7, 2006
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The garment steamer was easy to assemble and begin using. The user manual is adequate -- we'd recommend special attention to the need to hold the hose up high frequently to drain any condensation back to the reservoir -- to avoid sputtering on the garment. Because it does exactly what we expected it to do, we rate it at 5 stars -- a very nice applicance for a reasonable price.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Debbie Zan on October 17, 2005
I read an article about steamers, and decided to try this one because it has all the features suggested for a good steamer, and at about 1/4 the price of commercial grade ones. It does a nice job, so far, I have to say i am very pleased. I think if you take care of it, by emptying out the water container and small amount of water left in the bottom of the machine between uses, as the instructions suggest, this little steamer should be fine for household use. I like to freshen things up between dry cleanings and it really does the trick and saves lots of time.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Ibsmilin2 on October 3, 2005
I too have experienced the water tank caving in and not working properly if you forget to take the water tank out of the steamer unit, and mind you, you must also remove the cap from the water reservoir even after you remove it from the steamer. I have tried putting hot water in the tank in an attempt to regain its original shape to no avail. I would not recommend buying this steamer for this reason.
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