The benefits of a steam press
If you don’t have time to iron using the traditional method, as few people today do – a steam press can be a fantastic alternative. They are also useful for older people, who find ironing is getting to be one of those more difficult tasks. Probably the most uncomfortable part of ironing is the standing, which for people with back problems can make this a more painful chore than is necessary. A steam press
takes much of the hard physical labour out of the equation. Modern steam presses require minimal physical effort and are well designed and simple to use. For those who have large amounts of ironing, they can really make a difference to the job.
Even if you are not an enthusiast when it comes to laundry, but are an enthusiast when it comes to sewing, a steam press is a brilliant piece of equipment. Whether it’s a hobby or a fulltime occupation, sewing and craft work are easier with a professional press. For straightforward ironing, modern models include pads for sleeves in shirts and awkward areas. For sewing they really help to get a professional finish on seams and interfaces. A steam press can easily halve the time it takes to get through a load of ironing – the press area is usually substantially bigger than a standard ironing board. It’s also a lot easier to fold away and store. For difficult materials to iron a press features a strong jet of steam which makes even the toughest creases easy to eliminate and can help to create a fold or seam for sewing with thick materials, which normally take some serious persuasion with a traditional iron.
For a professional finish to all of your clothes, bedding and for any sewing projects a steam press
is ideal. Even if you have to do the pressing yourself, you will be surprised at the speed and ease that a steam press brings to the task, leaving you far more time in the day to spend doing the things you really enjoy!