First up, using a steamer. I currently use a handheld steamer from Amazon like this one. It works pretty well for a small inexpensive steamer, but I find that the water tank is a little small and I have to fill it up a lot. Steamers work fairly well at getting wrinkles out, but they don’t crease or press. The small compact size also makes storage simple. You can get larger steamers with a built-in hangar and larger water tank, but the price goes up. One important note, use distilled water. Distilled water doesn’t have the minerals in it which can clog your steamer and cause it to fail prematurely. Do steamers work at getting most wrinkles out? Yes.
Next, using a traditional iron and ironing board. This is my personal favorite wrinkle-removal method. I use an iron almost every day depending on what I’m wearing. I’m pretty quick at it and I really don’t mind spending a minute or two running an iron over a shirt. I can control the iron better, get creases where I want and get overall better results than with using a steamer. Start to finish, ironing is even faster than steaming. Does ironing work at removing wrinkles? Absofreakinlutely.
Guys, please feel free to leave me a comment below and let me know what you prefer, iron or steamer. I’d love to hear from you.