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Rowenta Ultrasteam DR6055 Steam Brush, Dual Voltage

by Rowenta
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  • Alternative to a travel iron thanks to the dual voltage
  • Helping remove creases easily with a powerful vertical steam output
  • Remove small fabric fibres and threads with the added lint pad
  • 55ml removable water tank
  • Travel pouch included
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Get that dry-cleaned look even when you travel

Some clothes are made of fabrics that can easily creases, and it can become a real issue when you travel. With the steam brush you have the option of refreshing and removing creases from your clothes even when you are far from home.

Rowenta Ultrasteam DR6055 Steam Brush
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Rowenta Innovative Solution
  • With their ease-of-use and practicality, steam brush are designed to be beneficial when you travel. The Steam brush is an ideal choice to achieve the ideal results anywhere, in little time.
  • Dual voltage, ideal to travel
  • Powerful vertical steam to easily remove creases
  • Accessories: lint pad to remove small fabric fibres and threads, travel pouch
  • 55 ml removable water tank

Box Contains

1 x Rowenta Ultrasteam DR6055 Steam Brush
1 x Fabric Brush
1 x Lint Pad
1 x Travel Pouch
1 x Instruction Booklet

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JB TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 May 2014
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An easy-to-operate device that will reduce or remove creases in clothing. The steam brush is aimed at the 'traveller' and clothing that has become creased in the suitcase or on the journey.

I have used this brush several times over the last month and it does do a pretty good job on suit jackets, particularly with the creases that appear after a day's wear.

The steam brush has a detachable 55 ml water tank, (with a slightly fiddly rubber stopper that needs to be opened for filling) that should be filled with tap water. It takes around a minute for the brush to get to temperature and then press the trigger for a 4 second burst of steam.

The instructions suggest putting the garment on a hanger and gently stretching the clothing as the brush is moved over the surface. This works up to a point and its success is wholly dependent on the clothing's fit on the hanger; for my suit jacket I found it easier to hand the garment by its neck loop and hang it on the back of the door. The instructions remind the user that steam is hot(!) and not to use the steamer on clothing that is being worn (!!); good job I read the instructions (!!!)

As others have pointed out, this is not a replacement for a steam iron and it works best on clothes that have already been ironed that have become creased. It is particularly useful for reviving and freshening clothing that needs to be worn again. It also helps one avoid using grotty stained hotel ironing boards.

It will have its uses around the home (others have mentioned curtains), but used for travelling it's very useful, assuming one can make space in the suitcase and remembers to remove the garment before steaming it.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ralph Bacon TOP 500 REVIEWER on 20 May 2014
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Having just returned from holiday with a suitcase of clean albeit severely creased clothes this was an ideal time to try out this Steam Brush. Did it work or get me hot under the collar?

PROs
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Easy enough to fill with water (must be normal tap water not deionized, it says) and takes about a minute before steam is available.

It got some creases out of the T-Shirts, but, quite frankly it would have been easier (and quicker and safer) to plug the iron in for these items. Where this product beats an iron is where you can't iron the item, such as suits, satin blouses and so on.

Included lint brush worked well removing stray threads.

Dual voltage (EU and USA) so you can take it on business trips.

CONs
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Clothes must be put on a hanger then 'stretched tight' as you steam, it says. Well, you try stretching anything tight whilst it's on a clothes hanger, single handedly, because you will have the Steam Brush in the other hand. Not so easy, in fact, pretty impossible.

Steam was only emitted for a few seconds per trigger pull; keeping your finger on the trigger didn't make the steam come out continuously so I had to keep re-triggering the steam process.

Conclusion
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I wanted to like this product but we both felt that for 'normal' clothes (that is, clothes which can be ironed) this is not the tool to use. For clothes you would not normally iron this works reasonably well but don't expect a pressed suit or silk blouse at the end - just a reasonably crease-free item.

This has its place and for business persons it could be a godsend; for me with a suitcase of crumpled clothes it was easier to get out the iron.

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By Cheshire Cat TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 Aug 2014
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Disappointing performance and we struggled to get much steam from it until, after some weeks of trying, it stopped working altogether.

This may have been a rogue unit and, being a test , we did not have the usual means of swapping it for a replacement but I would have to hope that the performance should normally be better otherwise a traditional steam iron would probably give similar results.
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By Nick on 17 July 2014
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This is a good steamer but not for heavy curtains. Also if you continuously press for steam it leaks water all over the floor so don't use the trigger too much. Overall it got the creases out of my uniform
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By krystal on 3 Aug 2014
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BIT DISAPPOINTED WITH THIS STEAM BRUSH THE WATER CHAMBER IS TOO SMALL YOU HAVE TO KEEP FILLING UP AND I DON'T NOTICE MUCH DIFFERENCE AFTER USE.
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By martynroberts3 on 13 Aug 2014
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I like the steamer and it works well but its a bit bulky for a travel steamer
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Su TOP 50 REVIEWER on 30 April 2014
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We have been spring cleaning and boy has this little steamer came into its own.

We have multiple large burgundy velvet curtains and they are a so-and-so to clean. Even if you wash them by hand and drip dry them they will still need to be brushed so that the pile lies correctly.

This steamer, however, has removed the need for the biannual red velvet bath and prayers for a long sunny day with a breeze to dry them on the line - each curtain has to be done individually due to the size and the wet weight.

We started on an old green velvet curtain. This curtain was taken to a famous national dry cleaners and came back with chunks of pile missing, so it was decided to try it out on that. The curtain had been folded up in a plastic bag and had a number of areas where the pile stuck out. After several minutes with the steamer it was as good as new (except for the missing patches of velvet pile).

With the test successfully done we decided to try it on the hem of one of the burgundy ones. These curtains have been up for over 6 months and are looking a little on the dusty side. There seemed to be no harm to the test patch of the curtain and so with trepidation the other half started at the top of the curtain and slowly worked down in sections. The curtains are that big that the one took several hours and multiple refills of water in the small tank on the handle of the steamer (as well as multiple refills of coffee for the worker) and then we waited for it to dry.

The following morning when we looked at it the difference between the steamed curtain and the unsteamed one was dramatic. The steamed one was a darker colour (all the dust that had been held by the pile had gone) and the pile itself seemed plumper and softer.
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