Disclaimer: Products received under this post were sent from Conair. Views expressed are honest and of my own.
If I told you that I still iron my clothes using my Mom’s 80’s clothes iron that has no advance tech to it and trust that it won’t burn my clothes, would you laugh? Probably. That’s why I avoid buying clothes that can be easily wrinkled. And the clothes in my closet that are wrinkled? Those rarely get worn or I would use a hair straightener to avoid taking out the iron and pulling out the ironing board.
That all changed thanks to Conair Turbo ExtremeSteam with Dual Heat Technology Handheld Fabric Steamer. This user friendly stand-up design, built-in creaser, and aluminium plate steamer made me say goodbye to the ol’ iron! It’s quick and easy to use with just 2 settings (standard and turbo) and heats up in 40 seconds. It also saves times and money, works on most types of garments and fabrics, and no chemicals are needed as you just add water.
The Conair Turbo ExtremeSteam with Dual Heat Technology also comes with a 3-in-1 attachment, a silicone band which pulls fabric taut for easier steaming, a delicate fabric spacer / low temperature guide to protect fragile fabric and trims, and a bristle brush to loosen fibers for better steam penetration.
The steamer did an incredible job at steaming out the wrinkles and in no time at all – it took about 5 minutes to steam an entire dress (pictured below). I went through a couple of rounds in order to get the wrinkles off but it was definitely quicker compared to a clothing iron that would have taken double the amount of time.
I never thought that I would love ironing clothes again. The shape of the Conair Turbo ExtremeSteam is not too heavy and allows a comfortable hold. I was able to effortlessly move the steamer up and down while steaming without having a tired arm. Sturdy enough that it will not fall over, this portable steamer can easily be stored away when not in use and won’t take up too much space.
What are your thoughts on the Conair Turbo ExtremeSteam Steamer? How do you normally iron your clothes? Or are you like me and buy wrinkle-resistant clothing?