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Anyone tried the "Press & Refresh" steamer/iron "Wrinkle Eraser"?

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Also, if anyone has used this on premature creasing on Allen-Edmonds, please give a yodel in this thread.

Thank you.


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Originally Posted by Kenneth Cole Haan
Anyone try this?

http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/prod...p?SKU=17435850

Supposed to be a 'wrinkle eraser'


I have one. It's okay. The main benefit is that it takes like ten seconds to start producing steam. The steam is pretty weak. It's okay if you think it's the kind of thing you need. I keep one in my dressing room. It's good for removing quick wrinkles from wool stuff or neckties.

I have a real steamer which is much better, but takes forever to heat up.

I believe there is some kind of SF-approved steam iron for steaming things.


Originally Posted by voxsartoria
Also, if anyone has used this on premature creasing on Allen-Edmonds, please give a yodel in this thread.

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