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What are the advantages of using a steamer over an iron?

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Handheld Steamer vs Ironing
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A steamer can be used with delicate and fragile or very structured garments to gently remove creases and wrinkles. Many retail outlets will have a steamer that they'll use with new stock coming into the store that's been packed. A steamer doesn't apply pressure so where there is lots of pleats or tucks in say a georgette or crepe de chine garment, a steamer will remove the creases without impacting the delicate design and nature of the garment.

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Steamers are usually believed to be easier to use and less damaging to the fabric over time

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