Steamfast SF-435 Compact Fabric Steamer
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- 800-watt fabric steamer with 7-ounce water capacity provides up to 12 minutes of continuous steam
- More effective and gentler on fabrics than ironing for all-natural garment care
- Removes wrinkles and odors from clothes, linens, curtains, upholstery and more
- Includes a fabric brush, lint remover and rubber accessory housing
- Compact and lightweight makes it ideal for travel use. Shipping within the US only
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SF-435 Compact Fabric Steamer
Remove wrinkles with ease and freshen fabrics without the use of harsh chemicals using the Steamfast SF-435 Compact Fabric Steamer. The fabric steamer’s easy-to-fill 7-ounce water tank heats up in 2 minutes and delivers up to 12 minutes of continuous steam. Its compact form factor makes the SF-435 easy to pack and ideal for travel – saving you from trying to find an iron and ironing board while on the road. An extra-long 9-foot power cord provides greater mobility for the task at hand. The SF-435 also comes equipped with an attachable fabric brush and lint remover for added versatility.
The SF-435 Compact Fabric Steamer is commonly used for steaming shirts, pants, dresses, curtains, upholstery, table linens and much more.
Steamfast believes that high quality steam products should be accessible to everyone — so we offer the largest assortment of products that bring the power of steam cleaning to your home, without the high prices. Our products are simple to use and cater to consumers who expect performance without paying a premium. All Steamfast products are backed by a 1-year warranty and our unmatched customer support should you need it.
- Watts: 800
- Water Capacity: 7 oz.
- Water Fill Method: Direct Fill
- Heating Time: 2 minutes
- Max Steam Time: 12 minutes
- Item Weight: 1.55 lbs.
- Item Height: 8.46 in.
- Item Width: 3.66 in.
- Item Depth: 7.09 in.
- Hertz: 60HZ
- Volts: 120V
- Amps: 6.7
- Power Cord Length: 9 ft.
- Power Cord Plug Type: 3-Pin Grounded
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Top Customer Reviews
Jiffy, makes a very good steamer as well, however, it is more than twice the money and, although I had their compact steamer for at least six years, I didn't use it that much (as I had their industrial steamer) and recently the heater unit on it broke. So I'm not sure that their quality is so good unless I got a lemon. Additionally, the Jiffy model is slightly larger than the SteamFast model. (Note: This SteamFast is not dual voltage, just 120v only. Jiffy has a dual voltage steamer that works well too.)
The other model I used was a Franzus and the only thing better about this one was it's size. As a steamer it doesn't perform well at all.
The SteamFast Compact Fabric Steamer SF-435W does a very good job (just as good as Jiffy) at steaming out wrinkles - it has more steaming holes than Jiffy - (though if you want a super crisp look nothing replaces an iron), it's price is great for the quality, and it's a bit smaller than the Jiffy though it is larger that it 'feels' in the photo. I'd like to see them make this unit at least a couple of inches smaller but it's still a great unit. In my opinion, this unit can be used at home (especially since home units are much more expensive and take up a lot of room) or for traveling. A very good product. I highly recommend it. (I also recommend using distilled or purified water in clothes steamers whenever possible as it will extend the life of the unit.) Tip: Use an oven mitt when steaming garments - this allows one to put a hand under the garment while steaming for a better result. Other tip: Stretch fabric tightly while steaming for the best results.Read more ›
There are a few drawbacks you should be aware of when comparing this product to others. First, it's very small. This is great for travel, but you should be aware that you will probably only be able to steam about three shirts before you have to refill it (you have to wait a few minutes for it to cool down before you can add the water, then a few more for it to heat up again). As long as you aren't looking to steam a pile of clothes quickly, this is not a big problem.
Second, even when using filtered water, I've had problems with mineral buildup. Occasionally (like if you accidentally tip the steamer while steaming your clothes), this buildup will boil up and out onto your clothes, leaving white gunk on them. You can wipe it off, but be on the lookout.
Third, there is no "off" or "hold" button on the unit--you pour in the water, plug it in, wait, and had better be ready as soon as it boils to start steaming or else you risk losing half the water as you shuffle around getting your clothes ready.
Finally, even when you don't fill the water up to the "max" line, the steamer will occasionally spray out little drops of boiling water. Be careful to hold it away from your skin.
All in all a good product that would get five stars from me if it didn't have these few little quirks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love having a travel sized steamer. Great for small apartments and for steaming on the go.Published 7 days ago by G
After less than 5 uses, the outside frame cracked and leaks rust colored water onto my clothes while I am steaming it. I no longer use it.Published 9 days ago by Shelby
This is a terrific steamer! It's small, easy to use and certainly easier than my old iron. I've used it 3 times in the last week! Love it!Published 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
After leaving water in the unit, rust started to form. Stopped working after the first dozen or so uses. Now blows the breaker when I plug it in. Read morePublished 22 days ago by mrsparkle
The product is Canadian. Which meant that the plug does not suit European plug sockets due to different voltage circuits. I was unaware of this hence I cannot use the product.Published 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
BEWARE. Spits water. I wouldn't use it if I needed to iron something that i'm about to use, but still makes a pretty decent job for the price.Published 1 month ago by Ricardo Hernández