I checked the water release outlet first just to ensure I know how to open it. I thought I had to press it down to get it to move but after reading the instruction, turned out I have to turn it in an anti-clockwise direction to get it to be released. Why don't they put the directional arrows on the part?
As you can see, the stopper can be pulled out. But only just that, you cannot un-hook it from the steamer itself.
Then I turned it back.
These pictures are with the big steam setting:
And then I adjusted to the small steam setting and you can barely see the steam. But as you can see, the steam cord was not really straight. But at the sales yesterday it was really strong!
Then I started ironing at 12.51pm after turning back to the srong setting.
The steamer actually took less than the 2 minutes it said it will get to start steaming.
These are the Before effects...
A white cotton skirt, and my gray polyester dress.
A zoomed out view.
And after steaming half of the shirt, you can see the obvious difference.
And you can see the effect on the white skirt wasn't really good too. Still can see a few crease though when I wear it, it won't be obvious.
As for the gray dress, because it is made of polyester, the effect isn't that great.
You can see still the crease or maybe it was my technique. In the end, I still use a normal ironing board (but with another Philips Steam Iron) to finish the job.
As you can see, the temperature remains throughout at 29.5 degree Celsius. So there isn't much heat generated. though the clock was placed next to it. It is really thoroughly insulated!
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