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Casa Quickie: Steamer-Free and Wrinkle-Free

I'd love to own a garment steamer, but I really don't need another space-hogging appliance lying around the house. While I do actually enjoy ironing, I tend to leave it to the last minute, so it's impractical for my morning routine. Wrinkles aren't practical either, though.
Instead, I hang my clothes from the rod at the end of my shower (far from the faucet), close the bathroom door, and then take my morning shower, letting the steam do all the work. By the time I'm finished, my clothes are wrinkle and odor free! If you don't have a shower rod in your bathroom, you can really hang your duds anywhere in the bathroom. Just make sure you close the door so the steam is contained, and don't allow your clothes to get wet.
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emalove emalove 7 years
I've totally done this, as I HATE ironing!
Frenched Frenched 7 years
Wow, good tip! :D
Frenched Frenched 7 years
Wow, good tip! :D
lilkimbo lilkimbo 7 years
I have always done this. And yes, it does work well.
hippiecowgirl hippiecowgirl 7 years
This is what I do, too. Works like a charm.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
I know lots of people who do this.
Miss-Kylie Miss-Kylie 7 years
I take cool showers so this trick never works for me (I live in Hawaii so outside temperature isn't a concern).I have a compact Conair steamer that works wonderfully. It has a hanger that hangs over a door and holds the steamer handle. To store, the hose and handle wrap around the base and I can slip it under my bed. Best thing about it, it's ready to go in about 5 minutes.
Miss-Kylie Miss-Kylie 7 years
I take cool showers so this trick never works for me (I live in Hawaii so outside temperature isn't a concern). I have a compact Conair steamer that works wonderfully. It has a hanger that hangs over a door and holds the steamer handle. To store, the hose and handle wrap around the base and I can slip it under my bed. Best thing about it, it's ready to go in about 5 minutes.
q8dee q8dee 7 years
very interesting!!!
q8dee q8dee 7 years
very interesting!!!
hanako66 hanako66 7 years
I always used to do this in my apartment...my bathroom now does not have a door so I can not get any steam on my clothing :(
ThePerfectScore ThePerfectScore 7 years
good idea! But I would love to get one of those dryers with the steam setting!
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