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Thread: Power steam pro

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    Senior Member Sandi19's Avatar
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    I have a chance to get a great deal on a Power steam pro by Elp. Have any of you purchased this product? How does it work? Is it handy for quilters?

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    I just googled it. I don't think I would want one. Doesn't look like it would do as good as an Iron.

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    I bought one of these and don't use it. A tiny bit of water got left in it overnight and there is a rusty substance that comes out. Steams great but not worth it if you ask me. I went back to my good ole iron. I don't want something I have to "baby".

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    Senior Member Sandi19's Avatar
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    I decided not to get it. It sounded like a lot of trouble and I don't really need it. Thanks for the info.

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    I bought it and I can never get enough steam to come out.

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    I just purchased the Power Steam Pro and I am in love!! It is absolutely amazing!! I use it every single day.. And it's so much easier than pulling out an old iron every morning. I can literally steam all my clothes in the time it took me to iron one shirt!! I think this product is wonderful and everyone should definitely try it!! You won't be sorry!!

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    I bought one recently and it is amazing! I have tried several other steamers and have finally found "the one". Nothing compares!! It works great for quilting and I love it for texture magic. I'm ordering another for my daughter because she is constantly using it too. I read about it in McCall and they were right...a definite must have.

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    Ladies! Power steam pro is one product that I can honestly say im happy I purchased. I haven't
    Had one problem w mine. I purchased my PSP exactly 2 years ago and use it 3-4 times a
    Week. Not only is it perfect for my quilting projects, but I recently used it on my daughters wedding
    Dress! And yes. Took it on a cruise for my 23rd wedding anniversary! It is absolutely
    Wonderful and my 3 daughters will agree. My husband even uses it! Thank you power steam pro!

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    How come all three people who rave about this just joined the forum and this is their first or second post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeaninmaine View Post
    How come all three people who rave about this just joined the forum and this is their first or second post?
    I noticed that too, very strange.
    Vicki W

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    I'm new, too

    Quote Originally Posted by jeaninmaine View Post
    How come all three people who rave about this just joined the forum and this is their first or second post?
    I know why I'M going to give a positive review (and just joined)on this item: Because this is the only forum to be able to do it. I, too, bought one a few months ago at the Southern Home Show. As I watched it, I was skeptical...even talked to a woman who had bought one and said she didn't like it. I'm soooo glad I didn't listen. It's WONDERFUL! It works great on the ironing board and I don't have to worry about scorching anything. It doesn't do deep creases like a regular iron, but boy it does everything else. I wish I could review it on their own website, but I can't see how.

    Anyway...hope that answers your question....

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    I bought one at a home show and it might be okay for traveling to steam clothes but it didn't work for quilting. What a dud.
    DonnaR
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    Very curious posts!!!!

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    I have the power steam pro and have lost the instructions. Is there anything special I should know? Should I put salt in it on the first use - should I use filtered water - I see I should not put more than 6 of the cap fulls of water in it - and rinse it out with water after use. I did just use it and it seems to work well. Thanks

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