How do you use a Philips handheld garment steamer?
Whether you’re using one of our portable steamers or a standing garment steamer, you can steam garments with prints, pleats, embroidery and the like the same way you steam any other garment. Just press the plate of your garment steamer against your garment and steam away!
How do you use a handheld steamer on clothes?
You have to hold your steamer up and depress the button and let steam come out for about a minute your.
What is the brush attachment on a steamer for?
Another attachment most steamers come with is the fabric brush. The fabric brush is great for use on thicker items such as jackets, jumpers, coats and jeans or fabrics that are more inclined to pill. The fabric brush helps to remove fluff and relax the fibers in your clothes.
How do you start a Philips steamer?
Your garment steamer needs to heat up heating before steaming. Allow it to heat up for 30 to 60 seconds before using it (the steam-ready blue or white light will be blinking at its default mode). When the steamer has heated up and is ready for use, the blue or white light will stop blinking.
What fabrics should not be steamed?
Wool, wool blends, synthetic wool-like fabrics, cashmere, silk, silk blends, and other delicates. Fabrics to avoid: suede, waxed jackets and anything plastic—it might melt.
How do you use a steam brush?
Use the cup provided to fill the tank with water making sure the device is at the right temperature to create the steam you need and for your convenience.
Is steaming clothes better than washing?
Yes! Steaming kills most germs and removes wrinkles from items that aren’t best suited to launder or dry clean.
Do steamers work better than irons?
Irons work better than steamers with bulkier, stiffer fabrics. While steamers can be used on stiffer garments, irons are often preferred for those trying to remove wrinkles from these fabric types.