Steamer for Clothes, Hand Held Portable Travel Garment Steamer, Metal Steam Head, Mini Size, Cordless Handheld Steamer
Travel Iron is a necessary device in everyday life, but there are situations when the device would be useful outside home, for example, on a business trip or travel. Unfortunately, most modern devices are quite large – rich functionality requires a massive case, on which all technological innovations could be placed. But on a trip, I would like to have a lightweight and compact device that will not burden – today we will talk about such devices.
Feature of Steamer for Clothes, Hand Held Portable Travel Garment Steamer, Metal Steam Head, Mini Size, Cordless Handheld Steamer
- NEWEST 360 ANTISPILL TECHNOLOGY: Innovative steam channeling design & electronic pump system deliver steam evenly from any angle. Unlike ordinary unsafe steamers that simply boil water like an electric kettle and cannot be tiled over 45 degrees, Polardo can be used even upside down, effectively preventing water spitting & leaks. Finally, you can enjoy safe and dry ironing without the risk or burns and water spills.
- POWERFUL / ULTRA FAST HEAT UP / HIGH CAPACITY: The most powerful and top rated clothing ironing steamer on the market. The easy-to-fill water tank heats up in less than 25 seconds and powers 10 continuous minutes of effortless steaming. Unlike other models, if paused, the device starts working immediately after turned back on, saving your precious time.
- PORTABLE / LIGHT WEIGHT / TRAVEL SIZED: Look sharp on your business trips and family vacations. The Polardo mini iron steamer is powerful enough to get rid of even the smallest wrinkles, but compact enough to fit in your backpack. Being feather light, it is as powerful as a full-sized steamer. Includes a luxurious traveling bag for easy packing. The steamer also features an extended ultra long cord for added convenience.
How to use a handheld garment steamer
It should be understood that caring for things using such devices requires an understanding of the principle of operation, mastering certain techniques, and differs from classic ironing. For example, when processing delicate items, you should not “crawl” over the clothes with the evaporator – there should be a small gap between the fabric and the nozzles (1-2 cm, selected empirically), while the outerwear needs deep steaming and it is appropriate to apply tightly here evaporator.
using a handheld steamer
There are rules of use for manual steaming.
Before turning on the device, it is necessary to pour water into a special container, hang the clothes on the hangers or the supplied hanger, and turn on the device. After that, you need to wait a little, since heating takes some time (usually 40-50 seconds). As soon as steam comes out of the nozzles, you can start ironing.
preparation for steaming
Preparation for steaming does not take much time.
The steaming process itself is relatively simple – you need to install the evaporator over the crumpled area of the fabric and gently move from bottom to top to smooth out the bruises. Since you need to steam things in an upright position, in order to smooth, for example, the bottom of a shirt well, you should hold it by the edge with one hand and walk several times over the stretched surface.
Things should be steamed in an upright position.
Sometimes you have to support the product from the other side. To do this, you can use a special protective mitten, which is often supplied in the kit. Alternatively, you can use a regular kitchen potholder covered with aluminum foil. The sleeves and collar are smoothed with special heat-resistant supports. There is a clip attachment for leveling the edges.
steaming green stuff
Sometimes a thing needs to be held back.
After the completion of the work, it is recommended not to touch things for some time – they need to dry out, since the steam, albeit insignificantly, still moisturizes the fabric. Now you can turn off the device. In this case, you should also wait for the water from the nozzles to evaporate and the heater to cool down.
How to use electric iron at home
Many families have their own electric irons so that they can be used to iron the clothes after they are washed and dried to make the clothes flat. So how to use it in daily life?
Before powering on, check whether the protective layer of the wire is intact and whether it is damaged to prevent leakage.
If it is an old-fashioned electric iron, it does not have a water inlet. Therefore, when ironing clothes, you need to moisten the cloth with water or spread a damp cloth to prevent the cloth from being damaged.
Steam irons need water, and preferably boiled water or purified water without impurities. If it is general tap water, impurities inside may block the vents and affect the effect. In the process of adding water, pay attention to the amount of water, not too little, it is easy to evaporate in a short time. Be careful when pouring water into the water inlet. Do not spill water on other parts of the iron to avoid electric shock.
According to the material you want to iron, select the corresponding temperature range, and then start heating. Do not pay attention to this step, otherwise the clothes may be scalded or burned.
During the heating process of the electric iron and during the intermittent ironing, the iron should be placed upright and cannot be placed aside, as it is easy to burn out the items directly in contact with the iron.
After the steam iron is used up, if there is any remaining water, either pour it out or continue to energize it until the water is boiled out. If the water is not evaporated, the water may leak out by itself, adhere to the bottom plate, and leave water stains, which is not good for the maintenance of the machine.