Let’s face it …

    Nobody likes to iron.

    You’ve got to deal with an ironing board, a really hot, really heavy appliance, and clothing that never seems to want to stay in one place.

    What if you could just hang your clothes up and spray them with some hot steam until the wrinkles came out?

    Well, actually, you can.

    Fabric steamers take the fuss out of removing the wrinkles from your clothes and getting dry clean only outfits cleaned quickly.

    If you think a fabric steamer might be for you, keep reading for a look at some Jiffy Steamer’s best products.

    Best Jiffy Steamers on the Market

    Why Jiffy Steamer Is Worth Every Penny

    If you want the best, sometimes you've got to go with the original.

    And in the world of fabric steamers, Jiffy Steamer is the original. Since 1940, this American company has been producing innovative, high quality steamers.

    Because of their history and reputation within the industry, Jiffy Steamers are well known for reliability and quality of their products.

    Jiffy Steamer makes steamers for just about every use including home and commercial use. Whether you're looking for a small steamer to take along on your next business trip or need something to shape leather goods, the odds are good that Jiffy makes it.

    This means they have a wide range of experience that can be applied to products across the board.

    Things to Consider Before Buying a Steamer

    If you’re thinking about buying a steamer, it’s important to understand what they are and how they work.

    Fabric steamers have two main uses:

    Releasing wrinkles and refreshing clothing and other fabrics

    Cleaning clothing or other items that can only be dry cleaned

    The great thing about steamers is how easy they make it to remove wrinkles from clothing. You won’t be able to get the same crisp, pressed look available with an iron, but the time and effort saved with a steamer is irreplaceable.

    What Will You Use Your Steamer For?

    Steamers come in a few different shapes and sizes, so it’s important to get a good idea of how you’ll use the steamer before picking one up.

    If you think you’ll primarily use your steamer around the house, Jiffy Steamer has some excellent floor models that hold enough water to make it through quite a bit of wrinkled laundry or dry clean only outfits in need of a refresh.

    But, if you travel often and need to keep your clothes looking neat and professional for that important dinner or meeting, you might want to consider a portable steamer. Jiffy has a few handheld models that can fit easily in a suitcase and warm up quickly when needed.

    A Closer Look at Jiffy Steamer’s Best Steamers

    ESTEAM Personal Hand Held Steamer

    If you do a lot of traveling or just want a simple steamer for quick jobs around the house, check out the ESTEAM.

    This compact, travel ready steamer is just 11 inches tall. Despite it’s small size the ESTEAM can hold enough water to steam continuously for up to 15 minutes. This steamer can be ready for action in just one minute.

    A 600-watt heating element makes this unit powerful enough for most small steaming tasks and is the most powerful compact steamer on the market according the manufacturer.

    The high impact plastic exterior of the ESTEAM—though perhaps not the most stylish available—is made in the USA, just like all Jiffy products.


    Pros and Cons

    J-2000 Jiffy Garment Steamer

    To really get the wrinkles out, you need a full-size steamer and there are few choices better than the J-2000 Jiffy Garment Steamer.

    This 1300-watt steamer has enough power to really take the wrinkles out of clothing quickly. And, the generously sized water tank provides up to an hour and a half of total steam time.

    The broad, six inch wide steam head is tethered to the water tank with a flexible five and a half foot hose and sits comfortably in a cradle on top of the steaming rack. The rack also gives users a place to attach clothes hangers or drape clothing over—although it doesn’t have any sort of hanger built in.

    The lower portion of the J-2000 is made of a durable composite material and is fitted with four small wheels, making this steamer east to move across smooth surfaces.


    Pros and Cons

    J-4000 Jiffy Garment Steamer

    If you’ve really got a lot of fabric to steam, check out the Jiffy Steamer J-4000.

    This steamer is made to handle large volumes and even commercial applications. The housing is made of die cast aluminum, with brass fittings for durability and long-term use. Within the housing, the J-4000’s water tank is made of stainless steel.

    A 1500 watt heating element powers this steamer and can be ready for use in about 15 minutes. The large, commercial size tank holds enough water to steam for about two hours.

    Just like its smaller sibling, the J-2000, this steamer has a wide, six inch head that can cover a lot of fabric quickly.


    Pros and Cons

    J-2M Jiffy Garment Steamer

    The J-2M Jiffy Garment Steamer is another versatile choice from Jiffy Steamer.

    This fabric steamer is ready for heavy home and light commercial applications with a 1300 watt heating element and a water tank that can keep the J-2M steaming for up to two hours.

    Like many of Jiffy's other products, the body of this steamer is made of die cast aluminum for maximum durability. This makes the J-2M pretty big and heavy, but durable enough to stand up to the demands of commercial use.


    Pros and Cons