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Philips Garment Steamers

Goodbye creases.
Hello style.

 
Effortless wrinkle removal and freshen up your clothes with or without using an ironing board. Choose from a compact handheld steamer, for up to two outfits, or a standing steamer for your entire wardrobe. 

Garment Steamers from Philips

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All-in-One
8000 Series


The complete steaming and ironing combination
Super-convenient mix of absolute precision, powerful steam and ease-of-use that keeps up with modern life’s fast pace, while keeping creases safely at bay.

ComfortTouch Plus


Easily de-wrinkle and refresh from top to bottom
Effortlessly remove wrinkles from top to bottom and refresh clothing with your favorite scents anytime you choose with MyEssence

3000 series


Compact and foldable solution
For easy use and storage to freshen up outfits anytime, anywhere

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Get answers to the most frequently asked questions

Can I replace my iron with a steamer?

A garment steamer is not an iron, so it won’t give you the same results especially on thick cotton or linen shirts.  Instead, a garment steamer is ideal for de-wrinkling thin fabrics, delicate fabrics and garments with difficult designs, such as pleated skirts.  It is also great for touching up and refreshing all kinds of garments, including woolens and jackets. That said, if you want to live life ironing-board free, you’ll be sure to get good results by just using your new Philips Garment Steamer.

Is my Philips Garment Steamer safe for use on all garments?

Yes, your Philips Garment Steamer is safe and suitable for use on all ironable garments. There’s no risk of scorching or burning.

What type of water should I use in my Philips steam iron or steamer?

Using the right type of water will help prolong the life of your Philips Garment Steamer or Steam Iron. Here are some tips and tricks:

 

Both are designed to be used with tap water. If you live in an area with hard water, though, limescale may build up quickly

If this is the case, try using distilled or demineralised water (50% demineralised water mixed with tap water can be used too).

Do not use perfumed water, water from the tumble dryer, vinegar, starch, descaling agents, ironing aids, chemically descaled water or other chemicals. Not only are they unsafe but they may also cause water spitting, brown staining or damage to your steamer or iron.

 

To fragrance your clothes, instead try:

• Using perfumed washing softener in your wash

• Using essential oils (aromas) during washing

• Spritzing your garment with perfumed water after ironing or steaming

Can using Philips Garment Steamer replace a washing cycle?

Using your Philips Garment Steamer does not replace a full washing cycle, but can help you refresh your clothes between washes, helping you to extend the time between washes. Not only is this good for the life of your clothes but it’s good for the environment too.

There are other benefits too. Steaming with a Philips Garment Care Steamer removes odours and kills 99.9% of bacteria, leaving clothes fresh, healthy and ready to wear.

Is it safe to touch my garment with my steamer?

To de-wrinkle your clothes effectively, hold the plate of your Philips Garment Care Steamer against your clothes. Don’t worry about this damaging your garments. The hot plate is specially designed for this. It will not burn or leave wet spots and can be pressed directly against any item of clothing that needs steaming.

What is Smartflow Heated Plate technology?

SmartFlow Heated Plate technology means that the steam plate on certain Philips Garment steamers heats up to an optimal temperature that is safe for all fabrics and prevents wet spots. The heated steam plate helps to press the fabric while steaming horizontally and provides even better steaming results*.

 

* Compared to Philips Steam&Go GC310 and GC320; without SmartFlow heated plate.

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