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Topic: Garment Steamers Better than Ironing?
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AuthorTopic:   Garment Steamers Better than Ironing?
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posted: 7/2/2021 at 4:10:39 AM ET
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First off, let me tell you my first experience with a garment steamer. I was in the market for a new one, as I had recently taken up running. I'm a fairly large person, and this machine seemed like the perfect way to not only take care of my clothes, but to also feel them too. I also was looking to save a bit of money, so going the full steam was not really an option. I did find that the smaller models were a little bit cheaper but not by much. I eventually settled on a larger model, and it has been great, especially when I have multiple garments to steam at once.

Now, that I have a garment steamer that is able to handle not only larger sizes but also more delicate fabrics like cashmere, silk, and sheer, I love it. I use it frequently and have found that it does a great job, no matter what I am steaming. For example, I usually use it to steam pants, skirts, and dresses before they're taken off. Sometimes I even steam my undergarments. It seems that even though I use the garment steamers on delicate fabrics, they do not seem to be too delicate, and I have washed several pairs of pants in these machines.

So my conclusion is that while the Philips Garment Steamer are a great alternative to using an iron, I would still recommend an iron for more delicate garments. I think you will save yourself a lot of time and effort with a steamer. They are also much less expensive, so if you are looking for an easy and inexpensive way to take care of your clothes, then I would definitely recommend investing in one. In addition, you won't have to worry about your wrinkles anymore.

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