Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Jiffy Travel Steamer Review!

I travel quite frequently. Sometimes I stay with friends, but more often than not, I'm in a hotel (or occasionally a campground). One thing I always look for is an iron; no matter how much my blouse claims to be wrinkle-free, after a couple days in a suitcase, it is wrinkled. I started out just relying on hotel irons, but that soon ended. Even in nice suites and luxurious rooms, the irons are not always dependable! I have stayed in nice hotel suites that had an iron from the 1970's that barely heated at all! So, I started bringing our iron with us, but that wasn't always feasible either; it would invariably spill while traveling. Or, we'd end up in a campground, and who wants to iron on their picnic table?! So, I was super excited when presented with the opportunity to review a possible solution to my dilemma-a Jiffy ESTEAM Travel Steamer!

The Jiffy ESTEAM is a compact, hand-held steamer that weighs very little, and takes up even less room than an iron. It is easy to use, and works great. Simply remove the top, fill with tap water, screw the lid back on, and plug it in to start heating. Within 2 minutes the water is boiling, and you're ready to start steaming the wrinkles out of your clothing! 

I was honestly surprised at how quickly this straightened out my clothes. I tried it on a pretty badly wrinkled shirt, and it took me no more than 2 minutes to have it looking fresh and ready to wear! I didn't think the steamer would work for "ironing" (for lack of a better word) the hem of my skirts down, but it did that as well! Now the Jiffy ESTEAM travels everywhere with me, and I don't have to worry about finding a working iron!!



If you need a steamer to travel with you, or just want an easier option at home rather than pulling out an ironing board, check out the Jiffy Steamer website today!

1 comment:

  1. That is a great steamer. The steamer I have is industrial, my husband purchased it, but it is not easy to take out and use because of its size. I like convenience and my steamer is not that. Thank you for sharing.