The vertical steam ironing machine was invented by the Americans in 1946. At that time, it was mainly used in high-end tailor shops and noble families. It was suitable for textiles made of cloth, silk, wool, cotton, and linen, especially for home clothes. , fabric sofas, curtains, bedding, etc. To this day, standing steam iron garment steamers have advantages over flat irons.
Clothes are often pressed with a flat iron, which can easily damage the fabric of the clothes, causing the fabric fibers to harden and age. On the other hand, the ironing machine is ironing in a natural hanging state. Under the dual action of the clothes' own gravity and high-temperature steam (temperature above 100 degrees), direct damage to the fabric is avoided, and the clothes can be ironed quickly, conveniently and easily. to keep your clothes looking as good as new and in their best shape.
When the garment is in contact with the garment (exhaust part of the nozzle) when ironing, the garment steamer is far away from the steam source, and the dirt generated by the high temperature of the domestic water used will never be sprayed on the clothes like a flat iron or a steam ironing brush. , but remain completely in the faraway bottom heater storage compartment (located at the bottom end of the steamer heating stove). At the same time, high-temperature steam also has the functions of dust removal, sterilization, and disinfection.