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These are the best cheap steamer deals for September 2020

If you’re looking for cheap garment steamers, you’ll find a wide selection at reasonable prices. You can find good steamer deals in all sizes, but even if the prices are low, you’ll be happiest if you choose a steamer that suits your most frequent uses. We rounded up the best garment steamer deals so you won’t need to spend the time searching for them.

Today’s best cheap steamer deals

  • Conair CompleteSteam Travel Fabric Steamer$16, was $20
  • Bissell 39N7A/39N71 Steam Shot Deluxe Hard-Surface Cleaner$40, was $50
  • Steamfast Upright Garment Steamer$48, was $50
  • Black & Decker Advanced Handheld Garment Steamer$54, was $60
  • Conair Turbo ExtremeSteam Handheld Fabric Steamer$57, was $60
  • McCulloch MC1275 Heavy-Duty Steam Cleaner$140, was $200

PurSteam Steam Mop Cleaner 10-in-1

$85 $90
Expires soon
The PurSteam 10-in-1 steam mop cleaner has a detachable handle. Steam cleans hardwood, tile, carpet, laminate, pets, kitchen, and clothing. A flexible hose puts control in your hands.

Conair ExtremeSteam Handheld Fabric Steamer

$31 $40
Expires soon
Conair's ExtreamSteam handheld fabric steamer has an anti-calcification filter so you can use tap water without harming your clothing.

Conair CompleteSteam Travel Fabric Steamer

$16 $20
Expires soon
Conair's CompleteSteam travel steamer heats up in just one minute for fast touchups. Comfortable handle and a large steam head for quick pressing.

OGHom Steamer for Clothes

$18 $25
Expires soon
Portable handheld home and travel steamer for clothes and garments. Light weight easy-to-pack and provides up to 15 minutes of continuous steaming.

Steamfast SF-510 Fabric Steamer

$64 $69
Expires soon
The Steamfast SF-510 Fabric Steamer's 48-ounce water reservoir provides up to 50 minutes of continuous steaming. An adjustable telescopic pole with a sturdy hanger holds heavy garments in place.

Conair Turbo ExtremeSteam Handheld Fabric Steamer

$57 $60
Expires soon
The Conair Turbo ExtremeSteam handheld fabric steamer's dual-slotted ceramic-coated soleplate helps you smooth wrinkles fast. A three-in-one attachment tool and built-in creasing tool add pro touches.

Samsung AirDresser Upright Garment Steamer with Sanitization

$1,050 $1,350
Expires soon
Samsung's AirDresser steams and sanitizes your clothes, removing 99% of bacteria, odors, dust mites at the same time it banishes wrinkles.

PurSteam Professional Heavy-Duty Full-Size Steamer

$85 $90
Expires soon
Heavy-duty full-size professional PurSteam Steamer for clothes, garments, and fabric. Four steam levels with continuous steam, good for disinfcting and sterilizing.

Steamfast Upright Garment Steamer

$48 $50
Expires soon
You get up to 45 minutes of continuous steaming time wiht the SteamFast SF-407's 40-ounce water capacity. The 1,500-watt heating system has plenty of power for clothing and even drapes and upholstery.

J-2000 Jiffy Garment Steamer with Plastic Steam Head

$199 $219
Expires soon
Jiffy Garment Steamer has a 1300-watt heating element with a durable high-impact outer housing. Holds 3/4 gallon of water and heats in two minutes for up to 1.5 hours of continuous steaming.

PurSteam Garment Steamer

$70 $80
Expires soon
Heavy Duty Professional PurSteam Garment Steamer has a 2.5-liter wter tank for 60+ minutes of contuous steaming. Four-level steam adjustment for sterilizing and disinfecting.

iSteam Steamer for Clothes - Luxury Edition

$35 $38
Expires soon
Multi-tasking Luxury Edition iSteam Steamer removes fabric wrnkles, cleans, and refreshes clothes. Handheld accessory for all garments good for travel or home use.

Black & Decker Advanced Handheld Garment Steamer

$54 $60
Expires soon
Black & Decker's advanced handheld steamer has both a continuous steam switch and a steam burst trigger for easy operation and fast resuls. Compact and lightweight, this steamer has a 15-foot cable.

Boaraino Clothes Steamer

$63 $70
Expires soon
High-temperature garment steaming wiht Boaraino's 1450-watt clothes steamer. Heats water from the 40-ounce reservoir in just 50 seconds and is good for up to 40 minutes of continuous steaming.

BISSELL 39N7A/39N71 Steam Shot Deluxe Hard-Surface Cleaner

$40 $50
Expires soon
Bissell's Steam Shot Deluxe hard surface cleaner uses highpressure steam to clean many surfaces including hard-to-reach area. On-demand trigger makes work easy. Includes a fabric cleaning tool.

McCulloch MC1275 Heavy-Duty Steam Cleaner

$140 $200
Expires soon
Heavy-duty McCullough steam cleaner with 18 accessories, extra-long power cord, pressurized cleaning for floors, counters, appliances, windows, autos and trucks, and more.

How to choose a steamer

  • Purpose: The most important factor to nail down when shopping for a garment steamer is how you’ll use it. Do you want something to throw in a suitcase to take on trips so you can quickly freshen and remove wrinkles from clothes while you travel? Then your needs are different from someone who wants to steam suits, dresses, and coats on a regular basis — or someone who wants to seam curtains, tablecloths, and napkins. The other factors below relate to different usage patterns, but even if you’ll never take a steamer out of your home, there’s no need for a garment steamer to be a big-budget item. Professional steamers that can withstand hours of daily use and even double as carpet cleaners can easily cost hundreds of dollars. Large units also use a lot of electricity to heat huge water reservoirs and can be cumbersome to move around.
  • Capacity: Measure steamer capacity two ways: The size of the water reservoir and the maximum running time, usually rated in minutes of continuous use. If you only want a steamer to touch up clothing before you head out, a travel steamer may be sufficient for use at home. If you foresee yourself steaming several garments each week for yourself and your family, consider investing a bit more (still under $100) for a steamer rated for 60 minutes or more of continuous steaming.  One factor to remember if you often find yourself rushing out the door to be on time is that steamers with large water reservoirs can take a lot longer to get up to steaming temperature than smaller-capacity models.
  • Portability: Consider size, weight, and convenience. It’s a lot easier to steam a sports jacket when it’s on a hanger or rack, but you won’t find travel steamers with integrated garment hanging accessories. You might give up a bit of convenience if you have to lay a garment out on a towel to steam it, but unwieldy steamers just don’t make it on trips.
  • Versatility: If you can think of other uses for your steamer aside from getting wrinkles out of clothes, look at one of the larger models, possibly a steamer that rolls on wheels. Larger-capacity models can handle a wide variety of cleaning tasks, including floors, windows, carpets, cars, bikes, boats, sports equipment, and more.

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