Fort Smith, Arkansas (PressExposure) September 29, 2011 -- A new website has opened that promotes a convenience item that has been specifically designed for the his and her wardrobes as well as for other fine fabrics. The site [http://www.garmentsteamerinfo.com] touts not only the different categories and capacities of garment steamers, but also expounds upon a garment steamer's convenience, safety, and economy.
A garment steamer's convenience can be illustrated by its use in removing stubborn wrinkles in a variety of fine fabrics such as business suits, formal evening apparel, and draperies without having to bring out an iron and bulky ironing board. Safety is enhanced in that a garment steamer will not risk damaging fine fabrics, unlike an iron. At one time or another, most everyone has seen the buildup that looks like brown tar on the face of the iron. This buildup is leftover residue from all of the other past fabrics that have been ironed.
Using harsh cleaning chemicals can destroy the face's protective coating and thereby void the warranty. Another safety item: When the instructions are followed, there is little chance for personal injury. With an iron, there is always the danger of burns, especially around small children. Finally, a garment steamer is economical in that it allows the user to make quick and effective touch-ups to suits and dresses without having to make an unnecessary trip to the dry cleaners.
Visitors browsing the site can learn about a garment steamer's various features and shop online for commercial, portable, compact, as well as handheld and travel garment steamers. "Garment steamers are steadily gaining a foothold in today's marketplace and may eventually replace the iron and ironing board ", said William Porter, the site's creator.
Those who are considering having a garment steamer in their household have come to the right place. This site provides the visitor with useful, complete, yet concise content about the advantages of owning a garment steamer--just like the domain name says.