The hot steam from a home-steamer lifts the textile fibers – instead of pressing them down like the iron – and makes them swell and regain their natural shape. Steaming is similar to airing clothes. The hot steam removes signs of a garment ever being worn, such as odors, shallow dirt and bacteria.
More powerful in comparison with a hand-steamer
Wrinkle-free, fresh and presentable clothes
Less washing – less energy and water consuming
Ideal for the bedroom or a walk-in-closet
Time-saving and suitable in most homes
Works on all materials except leather and suede – be gentle on silk
Accessories: anti-slip hanger, brush mouthpiece and heat protection glove
Water Tank: 1,8 l
Warranty: 1 year
Woven Cord: 2,5 m
Weight: 5 kg
Dimensions: 32x33x172 cm
Voltage and Frequency: 220-240/50-60Hz
When do I need a Cumulus No.3?
(i.e. the difference between a hand steamer and upright devise)
Cumulus No.3 is our best steamer made for home use. It has a large water tank that allows you to continuously steam for more than an hour. The Cumulus No.3 has a steady rod set where you can easily place your clothes while steaming.
Is it hard to assemble a Cumulus No.3?
Not at all, a five-year old into lego could do it here. Thanks to the hanger, the Cumulus No.3 also works as a valet stand. It is designed to be a natural part of your home, no need to put it away after use.
Are there any materials that one shouldn’t steam?
You can steam almost all materials. But, we do not recommend that you use your steamer on leather, suede, plastic or pu leather.
Do I need to descale my steamer?
Yes, we recommend that you descale your steamer every 20-30 water tanks. Please read more about this in our forum here.
Is the hanger included when I buy a Cumulus No.3?
Yes, the hanger is included and can be both folded and easily removed.
How do I steam?
For information about how to use your steamer on different types of garments, check out our tutorials. These video clips will provide you with tips and tricks on how to get the best results using all our products.