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Jiffy J-2000 Pink Garment Steamer
De-wrinkling is easy with this professional Jiffy garment steamer. Even the most difficult wrinkles disappear with a swipe of hot steam. The steamer comes with a five-foot flexible hose and a no-drip valve system to steam most any fabric.
- J-2000 Jiffy garment steamer is ideal for home or commercial use
- 1300 watts of steaming power will de-wrinkle all your laundry
- Garment steamer is equipped with a clear 0.75-gallon water reservoir
- No-drip check valve system
- Five-foot flexible hose
- Plastic steam hand and handle
- Easy-roll casters for mobility
- On/off switch heats up in one minute
- Featured in a pink color option for breast cancer awareness
|Dimensions||10 in. x 15 in. x 64 in.|
|Materials||Brass, copper, plastic, steel|
|Product Features||Made in USA|
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Before I bought this steamer, I had the other one that is famous on ***. When I got that one, it is not user-friendly. Until I got this one, it is really amazing! Although I still have to learn some tricks regarding how to correctly and effectively use a steamer, I love the results so far. I would definitely recommend this one to my friends who wants to iron their clothes but don't want a regular iron! Jiffy Garment steamer is recommended!Read More
I don't know what I was expecting....I have only ever used the smaller hand held steamer. It heats up fast, but I still found myself having to go over the garment several times to remove any wrinkles. I wanted this unit mainly to take any little wrinkles out of T-shirts and sweaters. ON the plus side, it was super easy to put together....within 5 minutes of taking out of box, I was using it. Perhaps I just don't have the hang of it yet. Gonna keep it....i'm sure i will get better at it.Read More
Easy to use and works well. Steams my windows and mirrors over my vanity as well.Read More
If you need a home steamer, this is it! Very convenient and easy to move and use. Doesn't feel flimsy, which is good considering your working with hot, steamy water. Daughter works in bridal store (where they steam daily) and she is impressed. Did a lot of research and almost bought Rowena (I own their iron) but read that Jiffy's are sturdier and built to last. I'm sold.Read More
I am a wedding planner and need a really great steamer that can be easily packed up and moved. This one is great. I love it so much that I use it on all my own clothes at home. It works really well.Read More
I have had three garment steamers and the last one was the most expensive and after much research, highly rated. It died after less then one year and I wanted to find one which was better and again, I did quite a bit research. Apparently Jiffy is the best unless you want a professional steamer you may need for a company. I received this one last week, just in time to steam my huge winter wardrobe. At first I was doubtful because of the watts and small tank. I am more then pleased to say it is a work horse. The design is excellent!! It is far more powerful then any steamer I have had and the smaller tank means nothing, so easy to fill with regular water, not distilled. It also uses less water then my previous steamers so I find no difference, except the superior steaming ability. If you want to steam heavy cotton, I do not think any steamer will do the job. My wardrobe consists of knits, wool/cashmere and silk. It is fantastic for any similar cloth. All and all, this is the best little machine I have used and I clocked many hours during the past few days. Finally, Overstock beat every price I found. Thank you Overstock!!Read More
I bought this product because my conventional ironing skills were seriously lacking. Despite my best efforts, my attempts at ironing yielded terrible results. I'd iron one side of a garment only to turn it over and find I wrinkled or re-wrinkled the other side. After debating the purchase of a steamer for quite some time, I finally decided to pull the trigger. I researched commercial steamers and found this model (though not necessarily the pink version) received the highest volume and most positive overall reviews. Based on that, and the reputation of the Jiffy name, I ordered the J-2000 from Overstock because the price was better than any competitor. Having used this product several times a week for several weeks, I couldn't be much happier. Sure, it might not always be quite as effective as a regular iron, but for the most part, it keeps up extremely well. Also, and most importantly in my opinion, it's a million times easier, quicker, and more convenient. I loved this product so much, I bought one for my mother for her birthday and will likely be purchasing one for my sister as a wedding gift.Read More
I returned this item because the steam output was not as strong as I liked. I may be biased as I am used to working with commercial/industrial strength steamers, but in general it was not going to work as I had hoped. It took as long or longer to steam my clothes and at times I would have needed to iron some parts of my clothing as well. I might as well keep the iron out and iron it all then.... I will say that the quality of the product was very strudy and didn't seem cheap.Read More
This is the first garment steamer I have ever purchased. I have only used it a couple of times but I am very happy with the results. What use to take me 2 hours with an iron took me 30 minutes. The results are very good. It was easy to fill and use. If you are looking for crisp creases you will need to use an iron.I cant judge durability yet. Overstock you are great. I recieved my order within days. The previous reviews really helped me choose this product and I am glad I did.Read More
This is highest rated by consumer magazine and so I got it. It works like it says. I think for women's clothing it works really well. If you are looking for well-pressed men's shirts, it will not suit that purpose. Certain fabric seemed to respond better than others to steaming. All in all for my purpose, it works well.Read More
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