Top Rated – Garment Steamer Reviews

A wrinkled shirt? A rumpled dress? Drapes that look like crinkled bedsheets? Not everyone has the time to go to the dry cleaners, or the money to keep a maid. And ironing…such an inconvenience. (Who wants to set up a surfboard in their laundry room just to spruce up a couple of button-ups?) Enter your new favorite tool, the clothing steamer, perfect for the DIY professional, the money-savvy homemaker and anyone else looking to live wrinkle-free.

But what kind of steamer do I need? That’s always the question.

Why not start with the best? Out of all the so-called best clothes steamers out there in the world, we’ve narrowed it down to the top three garment steamers on the market today. (That’s the best of the best, just for you!) Starting with, in no particular order…

The J-2000 Garment Steamer

j-2000 garment steamerPower — 5/5

With a 1300-watt, solid brass heating element, it has the power to make old T-shirts look brand new. And, with a rather fast, 2-minute heat-up time, combined with a 3/4 gallon tank, which makes for a 90 minute steam time, you can crisp up your entire wardrobe, quick and easy.

Size — 4.5/5

Its dimensions are 17.4 x 11.5 x 16.3 inches, with a weight of 18 pounds.

Performance — 5/5

For durability’s sake, this steamer boasts a high-impact plastic housing unit that’s unique to the field. It has wheels that swivel, a flexible 5.5 foot hose, a 6-inch steam head and an easily refillable water tank, all great for near-effortless application and mobility.

Additional Features — 4/5

The water tank, along with being easily removable, contains a no-drip check valve system, for added cleanliness. There’s also the option of two steamer heads, plastic or metal, and a conveniently located on/off switch right at the base of the machine.

Overall — 4.6/5

Flexible yet fortified, the J-200 Garment Steamer might not look like much — with its somewhat hefty design — but it sure gets the job done. On the higher end, in terms of price, it may be more expensive than the other brands, but with its proven durability, quick heat-up time and rather lengthy steam time, you can rest assured that it will be money well spent.

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The Steamfast SF-510 Fabric Steamer

The Steamfast SF-510 Fabric Steamer

Power — 4.5/5

This one’s quick. If you’re in a hurry, you’ll be happy to know that this model’s 1500-watt heating element boasts a rather expedient 45-second heat-up time. And, combined with a 46-ounce water tank, it can steam all your common use garments for up to 50 minutes per filling. (Quick! Get the drapes!)

Size — 5/5

Its dimensions are 11 x 11.5 x 63 inches (pole extended), with a weight of 10.82 pounds.

Performance — 5/5

Comes equipped with two large wheels for stress free maneuverability. It’s armed with a 4-foot telescopic pole that’s easily stored and fully adjustable. Its 5-foot flexible hose, along with being user-friendly, is insulated to keep itself cool during operation. It has an opportune water tank that can be removed and refilled with ease at any time. And it comes with its very own hanger, great for thick coats and heavy suits. What more do you need?

Additional Features — 5/5

The aforementioned hanger is not only sturdy, but it’s collapsible and easily stored. Down below, at the base, there’s a rather convenient cord management system that also acts as a storage space for any small accessories you may have. And, best of all, it comes with a detachable fabric brush, essential for removing all those unwanted adornments — like lint, hair and loose thread.

Overall — 4.8/5

With its sleek, compact design, and its modest price, the Steamfast SF-510 might be one the best bang-for-your-buck clothing steamers on the market today. It’s quick. It’s versatile. And, with an array of useful accessories, it’s quite practical for everyday use.

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The Conair GS7RXF Compact Upright 1600-Watt Fabric Steamer

Conair GS7RXF Compact Upright 1600-Watt Fabric Steamer top ratedPower — 5/5

Coming in at a whopping 1600-watts, with a rather respectable 55-ounce water tank, this model takes just 90 seconds to get going and, with a high-velocity output, can steam anything you need, with ease, for up to an hour before refilling.

Size — 4.5/5

Its dimensions are 20 x 12 x 64 inches (pole extended), with a weight of 9.2 pounds.

Performance — 5/5

If convenience is what you crave, then look no further than the 3-piece collapsible pole, the easily removable water tank or the sizable wheels, great for mobility. If safety is of more concern, consider the cool-touch nozzle and/or the 5-foot, cloth covered hose.

Additional Features — 4.5/5

For the sake of your aching back, this guy comes with a foot-activated power switch, right at the base. It includes an easily attachable lint brush and bristle brush, excellent for those thick and ornery fabrics and surfaces. And the T-nozzle cradle, positioned at the top, is designed to hold all those steam ready garments of yours, great for getting it done, A.S.A.P.

Overall — 4.7/5

If your wallet’s a little on the light side these days and you’re looking for something strong, then the Conair GS7RXF might be just the thing you need. Powerful. Thrifty. Convenient. It’s the opportune garment steamer for anyone looking to live a crisp and clean lifestyle, as well as save on all those trips to the dry cleaners.

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In Conclusion

Deodorizing an outfit. Killing bedbugs and dust mites. Keeping things wrinkle free. Whatever the use, a clothing steamer is a worthy tool to keep in your home. Whether it be power, or performance, size or accessories, it’s always important to educate oneself on the ins and outs of such an important and multifaceted product. The J-2000. The SF-510. The GS7RXF. They’re all fine choices.