Steamer Bundle
Steamer Bundle
Steamer Bundle
Steamer Bundle
Steamer Bundle

Steamer Bundle

Regular price$174.00

About the Sloane Steamer

  • REMOVE WRINKLES FAST AND EFFICIENTLY - Make your garments smooth and crease-free with Sloane garment steamer. As opposed to ironing, using a steamer is easy and is totally harmless even to fabrics that can't be ironed.

  • PRESERVE YOUR CLOTHES - The Sloane steam will also remove odors, dirt stains, and make the fabric thicker and richer in color. Steaming is a sustainable option for washing garments that only need to be refreshed.

  • PORTABLE HANDHELD STEAMER - Truly a portable steamer, bring this clothing steamer with you while you travel. A heat protection bag is included and allows you to store the steamer easily.

  • MULTI-FUNCTIONAL - The Sloane Steamer combines the best of two worlds; it's an efficient and easy-to-use steamer that is also great to use if you want to style curtains, bed linen and other textiles in your home or office.

  • Sloane create beautiful and easy-to-use tools for clothing care. We use technology to provide simplistic tools that will make your garments last longer.

  • Front plate in stainless steel – engineered to spread the steam evenly over the fabric
  • Starts in 25 seconds
  • 75 ml water tank – 6 min of on demand steam (enough to steam one full outfit)
  • Up to 15 g steam/min (The Sloane Steamer has pressurized steam to obtain the same steam as a floor-standing steamer)
  • Easy water refill without unplugging the steamer from the power outlet
  • We recommend you to use distilled water in your steamer 
  • Starts fast and easy to use
  • Ideal to bring on travels
  • Great for steaming curtains, bedding pillows, etc

    Why Steam?

    Make your clothes last longer by steaming them after use instead of washing. Clothes that are excessively washed lose both shape and color. Garments we call worn-out is most often washed-out. The steam causes the textile fibers to swell and regain their natural shape. You can steam almost any fabric (except leather and suede), and therefore you can steam even the clothes that can't be ironed. Steaming is like airing on fast-forward: it removes unfresh odors and kills some bacterias.

    Steamed clothes are:

    Wrinkle-free and soft

    Fresh: the steam removes dust and some bacterias

    Matte (as compared to an iron which makes the fabric shiny)


    A steamer works by pressing hot steam (near 100 degrees C) through the fabric. The steam causes the textile fibers to swell, soften and regain their natural shape.

    A steamed garment will become wrinkle-free and soft, but the steam will also enhance the color and make the fabric feel thicker. Simply put your clothes will look smooth and stylish. The steam will also remove some odors, dust, and dirt. Steaming is like airing on fast-forward. Using a steamer to refresh your clothes after use means less washing. Less frequent washing is a win-win situation for you and the environment. When we think of clothes as worn out, they are actually most often washed out. Excessive washing is the reason why garments lose both shape and color. Not to mention its a waste of water. Steaming is a gentle option to ironing. When ironing there's always a risk of scorching and (and far from all textiles can be ironed). Ironing on stains means a risk of making them permanent.


    What differs a steamer from an iron is good to know. For most people, a steamer is a replacement for the iron. For some, it will work as a complement to the iron.

    Earlier we mentioned that a steamer works by causing the textile fibers to swell. An iron works by flattening the fibers. Both methods will make your clothes wrinkle-free but in different ways.

    For most garments, you prefer the steamed look, but for some, you might prefer the finish you get from the iron. We're used to seeing white cotton shirts pressed, and many prefer them that way. The iron will make the shirts look shiny and super flat, whereas a steamed white cotton shirt will have a matte finish. It's a matter of taste really.


    You can steam all textiles except for leather and suede. For instance, you can steam silk and viscose – fabrics that would be easily ruined with an iron. A steamer can never scorch you delicate fabrics since the steamhead never gets that warm. It's just the steam itself that is hot.

    Don't take our word for it


    I was looking for the perfect steamer for quite some time and I’m happy I found one.

    Alisha Marley

    Los Angeles, CA


    This steamer got wrinkles out of a pair of pants in no time!

    Us Weekly

    Los Angeles, CA


    I recommends this product to anyone who is looking for a great handheld streamer!

    John Plaw

    New York, NY

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