Conair GS60 Deluxe Compact Fabric Steamer
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- 1200-watt fabric steamer smoothes wrinkles from clothing, bedding, curtains, and more
- Heats up in about 5 minutes; up to 40 minutes of continuous high-velocity steam
- Automatic shut-off; 5-foot, insulated, cool-touch hose; wheels for easy mobility
- Cool-touch base and handle; crease attachment, lint attachment, and door hook included
- Measures 9-1/4 by 10 by 14-7/8 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
I looked online and compared products and this one seems to be the best buy for under $50. This one has 1200 watts compared to others which have 600 & 800 watts. My decision came down to this one and the Rowenta steam brush (800 watts & only 1-2/3 ounce water capacity). I decided on this one because I did not want to have to constantly refill the water tank.
It's the GS6 model for about $40. It does hold a lot of water and does produce about half an hour of steam.
I have been using this for almost 6 months and have to say that it is amazing. I use it to steam everything. It works faster on the softer fabrics (t-shirts, polos etc.) but it does work on the stiffer fabrics as well such as jeans and button-down dress shirts. I also use it to steam curtains and furniture. To learn how to steam, I just watched a few videos on youtube about steaming clothes.
You have to be careful not to burn yourself when steaming. You MUST always steam in an upwards direction because if you do it in the downward direction the steam will burn you. Also, one negative of this item is that the long steam pipe gets hot so you must avoid touching that also. I keep a half gallon bottle of water on the floor in my closet in case the steamer needs to be refilled.
The more you use the steamer, the easier it will be to use.
I burned my fingers a couple of times which was my fault.
I put clothes on hangers straight out of dryer then steam.
The steamer is very easy to set up & work.
I am planning on purchasing 2 more for my sister & mother.
With this purchase, I wasn't expecting to throw away my iron. It is undeniable that if you want a crisp, pressed look, you will probably have to use an iron.
Nevertheless, I dread ironing because it is time-consuming and tedious. In the rare event that I do have some free time, ironing is not a top priority. In fact, I have lots of great clothes that I do not wear, simply because I am too tired (or lazy!) to iron them. This steamer heats up in about 5 minutes and takes only a minute or so to steam your entire outfit, which is perfect for those hectic mornings before work!
I plan on saving my iron for more formal occasions when I want to dress to impress or if I want to wear linen (I tried to steam one linen top, and it took out some of the wrinkles but just didn't do the job like an iron would). For everyday use, I have had success with this steamer for pants, denim, knits, sweaters, silky tops, and woven blouses. You simply cannot beat a steamer for use with delicate silky fabrics or knits. Anyone who has tried to iron a knit top or a lightweight sweater, only to make weird scrunched wrinkles in it will definitely appreciate what I am talking about! Plus, you don't have to worry about any of those shiny "burn" marks that an iron can sometimes leave behind.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For small, barely wrinkled items, this works fine. But the steam output is weak.Published 3 months ago by T.R.
It didnt last months then the hose got broken and never ironed the clothesPublished 9 months ago by aimy1234
i love this steamer.i use it to steam my work clothes before i go to work and it easily removes wrinkles and is very easy to use. Read morePublished 21 months ago by bears34
Horrible burn my arm and my face water was squirting out would not recommend it I got the Steam Fast FS-407 fabric steamer works a lot better and doesn't squirtPublished on July 16, 2014 by Cristina72
Loved it while it wasn't broken. After a little less than a year of use, the plastic head broke off. Bummer!Published on June 18, 2014 by brandellaa