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Sunbeam Garment Steamer

by Sunbeam
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  • Shot-of-steam feature penetrates difficult fabrics
  • Fabric brush is ideal for draperies and hanging garments
  • Built-in lint brush included for complete garment care while traveling
  • Travel pouch included for convenient storage
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Product Description

Pack your favorite outfits when traveling because now you can keep them looking presentable when you're on the road. This compact steamer is actually a complete garment-care package. Features shot of steam button to help steam the most difficult fabrics. Reversible lint brush keeps clothing clean. Hanging loop and travel pouch allow for convenient storage. Steamer also works great at home on your draperies. Detachable fabric brush included. No. 4026. Imported. 11-1/2Hx4-1/2Wx3-1/2D".

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 4.6 x 3.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00005OU01
  • Item model number: 4026-2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #339,043 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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75 of 82 people found the following review helpful By me! on January 30, 2003
If you don't have a dryer and a wet washcloth handy, you don't want to pull our the iron, and you've only got a few wrinkles to remove, this will do the job.
The first shirt I tried to steam was a button down cotton-poly blend. After hanging it from a metal hanger over a towel on a towel rack, I started steaming it carefully, pulling it taut as instructed, running the steamer over it slowly, and releasing steam in 2-second spurts.
It worked well enough; I might have gotten a better result by tossing it in the dryer (new shirt, never done much with it), or not. Traditional Ironing would have given me a crisper result. But if you can't iron and you don't have a dryer, this made it passable. Otherwise send for a valet or drycleaning, or learn how to iron.
The second shirt was a partially pre-crinkled shirt. I repeated the set up with a metal hanger and towel (so I didn't steam the wall, or in this case, the shower curtain). I pulled the fabric tight and started steaming. However, this stretched it out of shape; I had better success pulling it horizontally taut while steaming vertically.
It seemed not great on collars, over all, while the shirts were in a hanging position. If you need to work on a collar, you're better off doing it first (just as if you were ironing it) by balling a towel in its neck to help retain the shape before attacking the rest of the garment.
For denim pants, it worked well enough. Not quite well enough to completely remove the wrinkles from a day's wearining, but enough to freshen them a bit. I don't have any suits or jackets to test it on at this point, but I imagine it will do the job of getting travel wrinkles out of otherwise neat clothing.
If you're envisioning a quick solution to ironing problems, this isn't it. It's good for spot steaming and those times when you've no other alternatives.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Shannon J Marek on December 5, 2003
This thing is a joke! I have given it multiple chances during my travels, but it just flat out doesn't work. It barely produces enough steam to put a good fog on the mirror, much less to penetrate your clothes. You are better off hanging your clothes in the hotel bathroom, turning the hot shower on, and closing the door. I found that it creates enough steam to really take out a lot of wrinkles, the downside is you end up wasting a lot of water!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mig P. on November 9, 2005
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I owned one of these for 4 years; it was awesome but I misplaced it during a move. I bought another one that I used regularly for 6 years (I HATE IRONING); a piece on it finally broke after years of use and so I'm about to get another one. I'm going with the same model-- the Sunbeam. And A'zon has the best price on it!

It takes seconds to fill-- just pull off the handle, pop the top, and fill with water until full. Then plug it in.

Within seriously about THIRTY SECONDS, it's ready to go. Push the "shot of steam" button, and the thing gives you just that... a shot of steam. A few of those, and your wrinkles are gone. Sure, things like heavy cottons may take a few passes, but this thing still does the trick.

Yes, an iron will always give a more "perfect" job, but this one will give you results that are just as good!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 19, 2003
My iron decided to break just as I was about to iron a shirt that was to be worn to attend a wedding...what to do?! Grabbed this steamer that's been sitting in our laundry room just waiting to be used. The shirt would have looked better had it been ironed, but this steamer did get out the most obvious wrinkles and left the shirt presentable. Word of warning though, follow the instructions! If you keep pressing on the steam button to get more steam so that you can try and work faster, the steamer will spit on your garment.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Duck Fan on January 13, 2007
An awesome steamer. I'm about to buy my second one after owning my original unit for several years. I'm glad they still make this unit. It gets wrinkles out of everything once you get the technique down. The attachments are crap, but you don't need them. Unless you require creases, there's no need to iron once you learn to use this steamer effectively. It's great for travel too - compact enough to fit well into luggage.
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By Paula B. on February 4, 2013
For many years I have used the Sunbeam Garment steamer. My first one lasted many years until it finally gave up. I bought another one to replace it. I also taken these steamers out of the country. They are not dual voltage, but the places and ships I was on also had American outlets that you could use instead of their country outlets and power. I also have used power converters and a set of different plugs and it worked just fine. The second steamer also lasted many years until a part broke in the steamer and it was unfixable. I wanted to get another one, but the store I bought the other 2 from stopped selling Sunbeam garment steamers. I looked on the internet and found out that the Sunbeam still had the product, but they would not sell to the public you had to buy at a store. I found a store on the internet and tried to purchase it, but it was backordered. It never was purchased. I also found out that Sunbeam is no longer making this product which I am very disappointed. I tried other steamer brands, but the other steamers I have had have not been as good as the Sunbeam. The brands I have used is Conair which the 2 I have tired didn't steam enough and stopped working after the 1 year warranty which have been thrown away. I also tried a Tobie which spits so much you get water all over the floor and the clothes you are steaming gets really wet. And the last brand I tried is Rowena which you can find at all the stores. This one is okay, but it does not produce a enough steam. The Sunbeam it has continues steam and when you touch the trigger it sends a blast of steam on the wrinkle you trying to get out. It has always worked for me and has been the best steamer I have used.Read more ›
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