Epica 1500 Watt Fabric Steamer Review .#standsteam

I received this incredible Epica 1500 Watt Fabric Steamer for free to try and test out- I have been at it all weekend cleaning everything from the winter coats that needed to be done for the season , right down to the furniture. I pretty impressed with how good this works and how easy it is to use. At first I thought it was going to be a bit on the bulky side- but it proved me wrong . Its compact and stores easily. It is very easy to use and I actually think that I am going to order two more of them for my daughters Christmas gifts.

Product Details.
A great combination of speed and power, the Epica 1500 Watt Fabric Steamer makes short work of wrinkles and odors. Its deep penetrating steam is effective on heavy curtains and upholstery, yet gentle on your delicate clothes as well.

Steam Fast, Steam Long
You might expect 40 oz. of water to take at least a couple of minutes to heat up, but the Epica is ready to steam in just 45 seconds. And thanks to that 40 oz. capacity, it can keep on steaming for up to 45 minutes. The water tank lifts off the base for easy filling, and you can refill it at any time without turning the steamer off or waiting for it to cool down. To avoid mineral build-up inside the tank and hose, we recommend using distilled or de-mineralized water.

Adjustable and Movable
The Epica Fabric Steamer glides on caster wheels wherever you need it, from the sofa cushions to the drapes to the car upholstery. The 4.3 ft. hose gives you plenty of reach, too. When you're steaming clothes, simply slide in the Epica's pole and hang the garment from the clothes hook at the top. The pole's height adjusts up to 51", letting each user get the optimum angle for comfort and efficiency. It can be taken apart for compact storage.

Fabric Brush and Press Pad Included
Attach the fabric brush to the steam nozzle and you can simultaneously release wrinkles and remove particles such as hair and lint. Use the press pad for intensive steaming of small areas such as collars and hems: just hold it behind the fabric with your free hand as you steam (it attaches to your hand with a Velcro strap).

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