There are roughly 4 types of inner pots for clothes steamers: plastic inner pots, copper inner pots, aluminum inner pots, and stainless steel inner pots. the
Plastic liners have basically been eliminated at present, and now there are mainly copper liners, aluminum liners, and stainless steel liners on the market. The aluminum liner has lower steam pressure, the motor is less powerful, and is easy to burn out, and the price is more expensive; the stainless steel liner is cheap, the steam pressure is higher, it is not easy to scale, and the service life is longer; All-copper heaters, as we all know, copper is easy to oxidize to produce copper oxide in high-temperature and humid environments, and copper oxide will eventually produce copper green after long-term oxidation. After a period of time, the steam begins to decrease slowly. At this time, you need to use vinegar or a descaling agent to remove the scaling in the inner tank, which requires frequent cleaning and maintenance.
Usually, when using the garment ironing machine, keep the water in the water tank of the ironing machine to avoid dry burning to ensure a continuous supply of steam. After use, pay attention to draining the remaining water. When putting clothes on the rack, try to choose a pair of stable poles. It is recommended that multiple hangers can be ironed at the same time. When ironing trousers, it is advisable to use a thermal sleeve, especially if there are anti-slip clips and trouser clips on the stand.