Steaming Away

A good garment steamer is hard to come by these days, especially if you don't want to spend a ton of money. I know I need a steamer for all my dress shirts because it's getting really old taking my shirts to the dry cleaner and paying someone to steam them, when I could easily do it myself.

This Shark Garment Steamer is only $29.99 at Heartland America and has all the qualities of those "top-notch" steamers. This Euro-Pro garment steamer offers superior steam output to remove even the most stubborn wrinkles from thick fabrics in seconds - without scorching or leaving behind a shine like an iron can. Perfect for freshening up my dresses at home.

And for just a quick, fast steam, how great is this BeautyKo Steamer? Just fill it with water and it delivers up to 16 minutes of continuous steam that not only removes even the most stubborn wrinkles and creases, it freshens, sanitizes and deodorizes your clothing too.

When you're looking for iron and a steamer in one, it doesn't get any better than Shark. It features 1200 watts of power, a stainless steel soleplate for exceptional heat retention and effortless gliding, a range of temperature settings for use with virtually any fabric, burst-of-steam and spray-mist functions, auto shutoff, anti-drip design, anti-calcium filter and 10' cord.

Don't spend upwards of $50 on a good steamer or steam iron when you can get everything you need here

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