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  • Propress Steamer

    Has anyone used one of these and if so what do you think of them? I am a bit worried as anything with steam can shrink especially non pre shrunk interlining.
    Karen Rhodes
    Karen Rhodes Design
    Pole Design

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    Re: Propress Steamer

    I have experience's with propress steamers and have had several pass through my hands over the last few month as you know.. I have used them also on various fabrics, the steam isn't a forced jet but a continuous, gentle flowing vapor. You don't actually touch the fabric with the steam head, but wave around the fabric. I haven't had a problem with shrinkage and can recommend them.

    I would question the need for them though to be honest, and only bought mine because I got a bargain! If mine was to stop working I wouldn't feel the need to rush out and replace it.

    Philip
    Have you registered your business yet?

    http://www.ukcurtainmakers.co.uk


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      Re: Propress Steamer

      I have used my Propress for the first time on 3.2m drop interlined curtains. I only used it on the lining side as the face fabric was crease free.

      Its great for getting out those tiny crinkles and I would highly recomend this machine if you are serious about running a business. Gives a very professional result.
      Karen Rhodes
      Karen Rhodes Design
      Pole Design

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        Re: Propress Steamer

        Hi Karen,

        I would have given my I teeth for one of those this week. I sent curtains over to Dublin and they have spent ages wrapped up till I arrived on Monday. Not sure I'd have got it through customs though.......

        Jx.

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