Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Living: New Goodway Garment Steamer

Goodway's latest garment steamer
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Turns out that no only was the previous garment steamer recommended by the Consumer Council was no good after 2 years. Guess it was good in practicality but not in durability. With leakage of water and electricity, it was time to find a decent successor.

Turns out, I have discovered a pretty good deal!

It comes with a stand
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Goodway is definitely a Made-in-Hong Kong brand that has captured many many mid-aged housewives' fans, and frankly speaking, I have never thought about getting a Goodway ever in my life, but this G-SQ1 has proven me wrong.

Soft brushes
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For like HK$500, it comes with the steamer, a stand, two soft brushes, and two extra soft brushes in another box.

Brush detached from iron
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Oh, forgot to mention that this garment steamer is in fact an iron in disguise, but this iron doesn't flatten creases on cotton, because it maxes at low-temp for silk.

So, how well does it work?

Have you got a good garment steamer? Leave a comment below and tell me what you think.

crease -- (c)[N] a line on cloth or paper where it has been folded or crushed

Living: How To Clean Your Garment Steamer? @ Locky's English Playground