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Sunbeam S1500 1500-Watt Classic Garment Steamer
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- Heats up in just 45 seconds for 1-1/2 hours of continuous steam
- 1500 Watts of Continuous steam with automatic shut off
- Patented cool-touch hose and anti-drip t-nozzle with drain plug for convenient draining
- Special fabric brush and detachable hanger included with telescoping collapsible pole
- Convenient roll casters for easy mobility and storage
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Removing wrinkles from garments, drapes, and upholstery is easy with this classic garment steamer. Simply hang the garment on to the provided hanger, extend the telescopic pole to desired height from 36-inch to 50-inch-inch, and let the machine do the rest. For use on drapes or upholstery, the steamer's swivel casters and flexible hose provide convenient portability. The optional fabric brush attachment will sweep away any lint, fluff or hair as you steam. Emitting a powerful 1500 watts of steam, the machine effectively sanitizes fabrics and eliminates odors. Heats up in just 45 seconds for continuous steam. Get dry-cleaning quality every time.
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The unit itself is very flimsy. The center pole is perhaps 1/2 inch and the horizontal bar maybe 1/4". It is difficult to get the garments in a position where you can get the wrinkles out. I have an iron mitt that I attempted to use behind the garments, but did not have much luck with that either. I drained it and put it in the closet. In my opinion, it would be OK for an occasional use on a suit jacket or coat, but for use on shirts and pants an iron is faster and does a much better job.
An ok steamer, if you want to bring the hose down to do the bottom of the shirt it does become weaker. Over a few months, it became weaker and weaker. We used it a few times a month- nothing close to daily use. The steamer ended up completely melting where the hose meets the bigger part of the machine. The hose is not able to be connected now. Going for repair under the one-year warranty.