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Epica Powerful 800 Watt Handheld Garment Steamer for Clothing with Fabric Brush and Lint Remover -12 Minutes of Continuous Steam!
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- Highly Rated: 4.0 star rating with over 1,400 reviews
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- Compact and lightweight, great for travel and quick touch-ups
- On/off switch for convenient control
- Ready to steam in 2 minutes, up to 12 minutes of continuous steam
- Easy, direct-fill tank uses tap water, 7 oz. capacity
- Includes fabric brush and lint remover attachments
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Delivering a full 800 watts of power, this handy little steamer smoothes the wrinkles out of your busy day. It's designed for quick, convenient operation, and the compact size is easy to store or pack in a suitcase.
Relaxes Wrinkles, Removes Odors
When you can't -- or don't want to -- set up the iron and ironing board just to remove a few light wrinkles, the Epica Handheld Fabric Steamer is a great alternative. It steams out wrinkles from clothing, curtains, tablecloths and any other textile items that can be hung vertically. Weighing much less than an iron, it's the ideal traveling companion. And it's perfect for sweaters, knits and delicate fabrics like silk or chiffon that shouldn't be ironed (as long as they are heat- and water-safe). The steam also helps sanitize and freshen upholstery, bedding and more.
Fast, Continuous Steam
The Epica fits right into your hectic schedule. It heats up in just 2 minutes, and delivers up to 12 minutes of continuous steam -- no waiting for it to stop and reheat every few minutes, as with some other brands.
On/Off Switch for Better Control
The onboard power switch makes using the Epica easier and safer than other steamers that have to be unplugged to turn them off.
Easy, Direct-Fill Water Tank
With the Epica, there's no separate tank that you have to disassemble. Simply remove the cap, fill with water up to 7 oz., and you're ready to go. You can even use tap water!
Fabric Brush and Lint Remover Included
These smart attachments let you kill two clothing care birds with one stone. While you're steaming, you can also be grooming wool suits, sweaters and corduroy pants to a clean, like-new appearance.
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As other reviewers mentioned, it will spit out hot water, especially if the tank is filled to capacity. This wasn't a big issue for me because there is a large warning on the steamer that warns users of spitting water. It's easy enough to just put the steamer by the sink and wait for the water to stop spitting out.
This steamer has a large tank. I usually can get through a weeks worth of shirts before I have to refill it. However, the large tank makes this steamer poor for travelling; it just takes up too much space in a suitcase. However, this steamer is fine if you're looking for a quick way to steam your clothes at home.
+Creates steam quickly.
+Seems very durable.
-Too big for travel.
-Some issues with emission of hot water.
So i waited and it came in the mail. I needed it to steam some hats so i was eager to give it a whirl. Topped the tank off, plugged it in and waited for it to heat up. After moments of listening to the coffee maker style bubbling scalding water shot out and managed to make a mess. Thinking the internet was right and i had lost i was about to give up when i consulted the manual which states "Do not fill past max line" if you look on one of the sides there is a line 3/4 of the way up the tank. If you go past that.. it will not end well for you. But works fine as long as it is bellow that. Although again i will state i was steaming hats so i was using it in a stationary upright position.
Would have given 5 stars but was a little dissapointed with the tips it came with.(2 weird brushes) so i ended up not using them. If this breaks though i would buy another although the construction does seem very sturdy and likely to last.
Tips and Tricks I tried:
-Pulling the fabric taught as you steam it (Seems to only marginally help)
-Gently moving the steamer back and forth during steaming (Seems decently helpful, especially if you are close to the fabric)
-Smoothing out the fabric after steaming it (definitley helps, but be careful not to add wrinkles)
-Steaming from the bottom upwards and the top downwards (I found bottom upwards seemed to work best)
-Allowing the fabric to get thoroughly steamed (read: kinda wet lol - also, works pretty well on those deeper set wrinkles)
-Delicate women's Blouses (the kind with silky smooth fabric, that shouldn't really be ironed because it is delicate...but it wrinkles like wrinkling is its job)
-Standard Men's Dress Shirt
-Both types of tops seemed to get similar results, they were overall pretty decent - the level of wrinkle free I would wear to work when I will be with my coworkers, but no clients...(I work in a Business Casual or higher work environment, for reference)
-There were definitely still "micro" wrinkles (really small, and can only be seen in certain lights)
-If you want your steamer to steam things to a level of crisp and pristine that an iron can get...this is not for you!
-If you want a steamer to get most wrinkles out of your shirt, to be good enough for general wear - and relatively clean-up free...this IS for you!
-Be careful when using the "Smooth the fabric out after you steam it" trick - it is one of the most helpful, but it's pretty easy to accidentally ADD a wrinkle to your shirt...and it might be hard to remove!
I have given this a try on two occasions (with multiple shirts each occasion), and will be continuing to try and use it! I have a feeling that it requires a little bit of skill to get the best results.
I have followed the direction and the the thing just spray water out. I have attached the attachments that the instructions say, I do not fill above the Max fill line but still spray water out. The first time I tried it, it got my suit jacket all wet, I am very disappointed because all the reviews raved about it. It works great with about ¼ of the fill but no more than that, then you cannot complete a pair of pants or a jacket.