Conair GS4R Compact Fabric Steamer
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- Safely removes wrinkles from curtains, linens, delicate clothing
- 1,200-watt heater for 20 minutes of professional high-velocity steam
- Compact and easy to store; cool-touch hose and handle
- Includes door hook to hand nozzle and garment
- Auto shut-off feature; 6-foot cord; limited 1-year warranty
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Conair GS4 Compact Fabric Streamer
This fabric steamer offers almost as much power as a commercial model but in a more compact shape for easier home use and storage. Equipped with an efficient 1,200-watt heater, this helpful appliance emits 20 minutes of continuous steam through high-velocity jets. The steamer safely removes wrinkles and freshens up curtains, delicate clothing, and bed linens while saving the expense and hassle of a trip to the dry cleaner. The T-shaped nozzle disperses steam in a wide path for faster de-wrinkling while the 5-foot hose and nozzle end stay comfortably cool during steaming. The fabric steamer's lightweight body weighs only 5 pounds so is easy to carry to the sink or tub to fill with water. Water level markings on the steamer's translucent blue sides show the maximum water level and when the tank needs refilling. For safety, this fabric steamer automatically shuts off when the handle is returned onto the body. For additional convenience, the fabric steamer has a 6-foot cord that wraps around the base for storage and comes with a door hook for hanging the nozzle and any garment. Conair offers a limited one-year warranty on this compact fabric steamer. --Cristina Vaamonde
Top customer reviews
Every now and then I'll have to setup a muslin photo backdrop with stands and to get the wrinkles out of the backdrop, I usually use this steamer. The steamer takes some time to warm up and getting the wrinkles out of a 24' x 36' muslin backdrop does take some time, but it does get the job done. I usually use a 12 foot extension cable on this steamer so I can get all around the backdrop.
After 5-10 minutes after turning the on switch, the steamer will start emitting steam that will go onto the fabric. Just hold the hose an inch or two away from the cloth you're trying to get wrinkles out of and you'll have no problems.
Set up is easy, just remove the hose and pour water in the hole where the hose connects. There is a very clear line for the max amount of water. The unit will get HOT and you will hear the water boiling in the unit. The hose will be hot but the hose is covered where you hold it stays comfortable. Allow the unit to cool before you empty, water collects in the hose and that is boiling hot water. I allow the steamer to dry out before I put it away. This keeps it clean for mold and mildew, I don't want to steam that into my clothes. I also recommend using bottled water if you have hard water.
The door hanger is great, you can hang the clothes to steam and the hose as well, very nice.
I did a lot of research before I bought this steamer. I belong to a resale collective that has sales events twice a year and I needed a steamer that would allow me to steam over a hundred clothing items with ease, ironing is to much effort. I am glad I chose this steamer, It worked great on one of my sons old button down shirts, t-shirts and jeans, the wrinkles came out easily, it is the perfect size for the job I need it to do and then some. I only wish I could purchase attachments for the head, one with a brush and microfiber pad, that would be very useful.
For those that don't know the difference, this will NOT Iron your clothes, it will not give you that crisp ironed look and flat seams. This will remove wrinkles quickly without having to lug around the ironing board and iron.
I see many reviewers expecting more then it is designed to do.
The hose collects quite a bit of water, and makes snapping sounds. It can also leave drips on the fabric and the floor. Be very carfeful, as water drops can leave marks on silk. Also the drips are very hot, and can burn you.
I looked at other professional steamers, and they were just too expensive. This works for any small steam application such as curtains, tablecloth, formal dresses, etc.