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What features should I look for?
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Date: 8/17/12 12:43 PM

Ok, I'm in the final days of a work event and we ended up having to iron flags, among other wrinkled things.

I think we need a handheld steamer. Well, I certainly want one, LOL!

So, those of you who own these, what are the features I should look for? Width of the spout? Cordless or wired?

Any and all suggestions welcomed

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Date: 8/17/12 3:07 PM

No advice but awaiting answers. I am still looking for one that will work for cleaning as well as for steaming clothing.

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Date: 8/19/12 10:14 PM

I have a small corded hand held Rowenta steamer that I bought years ago. I don't use it alot, but it came in handy at my daughter's wedding.

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