My Philips stand garment steamer leaves wet spots on garments
Published on 11 January 2023
When your Philips Stand Garment Steamer leaves wet spots on your clothes, there might be a simple solution. See how this works below.
Steam condensation inside the head of the steamer
It is normal to observe a few wet spots on the steamed clothes, especially when you have just started steaming. This is due to steam condensation inside the head of your garment steamer.
Steam condensation (in case of using a mat or board):
If you are using a mat or a board cover: wet spots can also be caused by steam condensation on the mat or board cover after a long steaming session. Please leave the mat or board cover to dry before storage. Replace the board cover or mat if it has worn out.
You can purchase a board cover or mat from a Philips Authorised Service Centre.
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