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Specific one you recommend? I'm assuming it's way faster than ironing?
million times faster lol, just grab really anything on Amazon that has awesome reviews, don’t need anything fancy just steam.

Just hang up the tee and steam it, all the wrinkles disappear. Takes less than 30 seconds and you don’t need an ironing board or to wait for the iron to heat up, nor do you have to worry about burning.
 

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shoulder bumps? :oops:
i always been hanging my expensive knits.
Will deffo need to fold my Dior cashmere hoodie and SLP jumpers then! Only issue is lack of space for folded items.
Do you guys fold tees? Cotton tees should be fine on hanger right?
 

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shoulder bumps? :oops:
i always been hanging my expensive knits.
Will deffo need to fold my Dior cashmere hoodie and SLP jumpers then! Only issue is lack of space for folded items.
Do you guys fold tees? Cotton tees should be fine on hanger right?
I fold heavy knits and hang up all of my tee’s. Never had issues with tee’s and shoulder bumps.
 

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million times faster lol, just grab really anything on Amazon that has awesome reviews, don’t need anything fancy just steam.

Just hang up the tee and steam it, all the wrinkles disappear. Takes less than 30 seconds and you don’t need an ironing board or to wait for the iron to heat up, nor do you have to worry about burning.
Does it work well on linen?
 

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What’s up everyone. Question. Who copped the Avalon or the Inverness type 3? Did you have to size up? Cause comparing it to the masa thumper it runs a lot smaller (the type 3)
 

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What’s up everyone. Question. Who copped the Avalon or the Inverness type 3? Did you have to size up? Cause comparing it to the masa thumper it runs a lot smaller (the type 3)
Yeah I got a large from Ssense during the sale and it was way too small. Too small without layering. Grabbed an XL and it fits much better. I'm a TTS large
 

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Specific one you recommend? I'm assuming it's way faster than ironing?
I don't use an iron with the exception of some formal wear.

I use this steamer. Ready to go in 30 seconds and is easy to maneuver.
I hang up whatever I'm steaming from where the shower curtain is and I'm done in a couple of minutes.

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Beautural Steamer for Clothes, 1200-Watt Powerful Handheld Garment Steamers, Wrinkle Remover, Clean and Sterilize, 30s Fast Heat-up, Auto-Off, 100% Sa https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N1QE5ME/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_YBeSSrr12M2PM
 
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Yeah I got a large from Ssense during the sale and it was way too small. Too small without layering. Grabbed an XL and it fits much better. I'm a TTS large
Bet! Thank you, would have been upset cause I’m an XL.
 

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