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Delivering a full 800 watts of power, this handy little steamer smoothes the wrinkles out of your busy day.

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Delivering a full 800 watts of power, this handy little steamer smoothes the wrinkles out of your busy day. It's designed for quick, convenient operation, and the compact size is easy to store or pack in a suitcase. 

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  • Ideal for travel and quick touch-ups
  • On/off switch for convenient control
  • Ready to steam in 2 minutes, up to 12 minutes of continuous steam
  • Easy, direct-fill tank uses tap water, 7 oz. capacity
  • Includes fabric brush and lint remover attachments
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Relaxes Wrinkles, Removes Odors

When you can't -- or don't want to -- set up the iron and ironing board just to remove a few light wrinkles, the Epica Handheld Fabric Steamer is a great alternative. It steams out wrinkles from clothing, curtains, tablecloths and any other textile items that can be hung vertically. Weighing much less than an iron, it's the ideal traveling companion. And it's perfect for sweaters, knits and delicate fabrics like silk or chiffon that shouldn't be ironed (as long as they are heat- and water-safe). The steam also helps sanitize and freshen upholstery, bedding and more. 

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Fast, Continuous Steam

The Epica fits right into your hectic schedule. It heats up in just 2 minutes, and delivers up to 12 minutes of continuous steam -- no waiting for it to stop and reheat every few minutes, as with some other brands. 

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On/Off Switch for Better Control

The onboard power switch makes using the Epica easier and safer than other steamers that have to be unplugged to turn them off. 

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Easy, Direct-Fill Water Tank

With the Epica, there's no separate tank that you have to disassemble. Simply remove the cap, fill with water up to 7 oz., and you're ready to go. You can even use tap water! 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Will this take 240v?

    Input is 120v so you'll need a converter.

  • Why it leaks water on the clothes, I'm not tilting it or anything like that is there anything I can do to prevent that?

    Be sure to not overfill it. I do find that the water fill cap doesn't always screw on smoothly (may take a couple of attempts to get it to thread in straight). Overall water shouldn't leak.

  • Can I use this in a downward position to remove creases from a rug?

    It is designed to be primarily used in an upright position. You can hold it horizontally and still get steam, but looks like heating elements are more at bottom of reservoir. Probably perform worse the lower the water gets. And can spurt. Don't think it would be too effective on a rug anyway. More for clothes.

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