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Your getaway is coming to a close! Before you pack, take a moment to imagine all the great things you’ll be doing and what you’ll need.
For dinner, urban exploration and long-awaited reunions, you’ll want to look your best, so a few favorite outfits are a must. Cheers for getting ready again!
But how can you avoid being seen crawling through a suitcase? (Trust us, that ramped look is hard to pull off.) Simple — pack a portable handheld steamer for a quick refresh. It’s the stylish traveler’s secret weapon.
We’ve found a great one on Amazon for only $24: The Ozihome Handheld Garment Steamer!
Buyers are a little angry about this steamer, you: “We threw out our iron this morning,” one said. It has received over 17,000 perfect five-star ratings from Amazon buyers.
It is popular for a number of reasons, including its uncomplicated nature, willingness to travel, and the fun factor. Yes, “fun” was a recurrent descriptor in reviews. The heat panel is stainless steel, which is anti-corrosion and anti-oxidation – and it lasts longer than aluminum models. Plus it has a conveniently long cord!
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The easy, fun way to get rid of wrinkles
Just add water (distilled or purified, please), and in two minutes This 240ML-Capacity Steamer will be hasty to go, and will lubricate his garments to perfection. The handheld design and extra 9-foot rope make it a cinch to move around, so you can get the job done quickly, easily, and some say with joy.
“I love this steamer,” One five-star reviewer said. “I used this on a dress that was incredibly wrinkled in every way and it totally transformed it! It was so quick… much more fun than ironing. … you’ll love the shape “
a superfan said: “You may never use your iron again! … It’s kinda funny too … There’s something about watching the wrinkles fall out of clothes as you swirl the steamer over them, without any pressure Very satisfying. You don’t have to fight wrinkles anymore, they just fall out! It’s great! Well, I need to get a life – hahaha.”
ready to travel
The small size of this 1.3-pound wonder makes it especially popular for travel! It’s like a mobile spa treatment for travel-weary outfits.
The superfan continued: “It’s also super lightweight. It’ll be your best friend when you travel. No wrinkled clothes, just put it in a corner of your suitcase.”
For destination weddings and beyond!
NS Ozihome Handheld Garment Steamer Not just for everyday wear. Manufacturers recommend using it on everything from wedding dresses to plush toys, and users have been pleased with the results.
a happy bride wrote That it was “perfect for my wedding and honeymoon.” She continued, “I bought it … not only to take care of all the wedding clothes … (it was a destination wedding) but also to pack it in my suitcase to take us on our honeymoon to Jamaica. .. .THIS IS THE PERFECT SIZE – Very compact and lightweight. We used it on suits, pants, vests and bridal dresses and it was exactly what we wanted. Quick and efficient. All the clothes turned out beautifully. For your honeymoon, I didn’t worry. My clothes… were completely folded (I was pretty busy!) … It took less than five minutes in my hotel room to get the wrinkles out.”
This multi-trick pony also refreshes baby stuffies. As one delighted shopkeeper put it: “Really light. super convenient. Bought for my store a helping of toys and costumes, works like a charm! Heats up in a matter of minutes! That’s how it gets cold.”
If you’re wishing for wrinkle-free clothing at home and on the fly, this might be the ticket—and it’s only $24. happy travels!
Reviews cited above reflect the latest versions at the time of publication.
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