Price: $39.99 - $29.99
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Product Description


What Fabrics Can Be Steamed?

The fabrics that can be steamed are similar to those that can be ironed. Always check the care label for ironing compatibility and temperature suggestions.

Ideal fabrics for steaming include cotton, linens, and certain synthetic fabrics like polyester.

Exercise caution when steaming delicate fabrics such as wool, silk, chiffon, and velvet, and do not use a brush attachment. Check the care instructions and consider steaming from the underside of the fabric.

Additionally, waxed jackets, suede, and materials prone to melting, like plastic, leather, or dry-clean-only items, should not be steamed.


Please note that this product only use in 110-120V countries and regions such as the US, Canada, Japan. So We recommend that please do not use Hilife garment steamer in countries over 110 volts.

If you use our products under 220V-240V voltage, the product will be burned immediately and cannot be used.

How to Steam Clothes

1. Ensure that water is filled up to the tank’s maximum line. Low levels will damage the steamer. Excessive levels will cause water spraying.

2. Plug in the steamer. When the light on your device turns on and steam is produced, it’s ready to go.

3. Hold the garment taut from the bottom and gently work your way up and down, section by section. Keep the steamer’s nozzle moving; avoid leaving it in one spot. When steaming, never turn the unit upside down or tilt it past a 45-degree angle.

4. After steaming, allow your garment to dry and settle before wearing it to prevent wrinkles from reappearing.

For stubborn wrinkles, steam over the area for up to 30 seconds, allowing steam to relax the garment fibers, releasing wrinkles and odors.

Steaming Precaution: Avoid holding the steamer too tightly to prevent creating new creases.

Should You Use Distilled Water or Tap Water?

Always check the manufacturer’s instructions for your garment steamer. If specified, use distilled water.

If you live in an area with hard water, it is recommended that you use distilled water. Hard water can leave mineral deposits, visible as white flakes and potentially cause machine clogging. If you live in an area with regular water, you can fill up your steamer with tap water.


*Please do not add water over the Max water line.

*Never turn the unit upside down or tilted your steamer past a 45-degree angle.

*Never use the steamer on clothes that you are wearing on yourself.

*For perfect use-please use a hanger to hang your clothes while steaming.

[Easy to Use] This 700W steamer generates gentle, long-lasting steam and has a 9- foot power cord, so you’ll never have to worry about operating it remotely and you can iron clothes from a distance.
[Portable]This garment steamer is portable and lightweight, making it an ideal travel companion. This travel steamer is compact enough to fit in any suitcase or carry-on luggage.
[Large Tank]It has a water-holding capacity of 240 ml and can provide up to 15 minutes of continuous steaming to eliminate wrinkles flawlessly.
[Strong Penetrating Steam] This steamer creates strong penetrating steam and can be used for a wide range of fabrics (chiffon/silk/wool/cotton/linen/nylon, etc.).
[Power Requirement] Hilife Garment Steamer only use in 110-120V countries and regions such as the US, Canada, Japan. However, Plugging into a 220V-240V or not 110-120V outlet will damage the product

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