What is the difference between Cirrus No.1 and Cirrus No.2?
Both models have pretty much the same basic functions. However, the Cirrus No.2 is further developed, both in regards of design and the fact that we have added a coating on the inside of the steamer. The coating makes the Cirrus No.2 resistant to residues of limestone and minerals, i.e. it doesn’t require descaling. Cirrus No.2 also has a mouthpiece in stainless steel to create better friction between the steamer and the fabric.
How big is Cirrus No.1 and what’s the weight?
The dimensions of Cirrus No.1 are 30x15x9,5 cm and it weighs 0,74kg
Do I need to descale my steamer?
Cirrus No.1 has a coating that makes it resistant to residues of limestone and minerals, but we still recommend that you descale your steamer once in a while.
Can I use my steamer on bedding and upholstery?
Yes, steaming is a perfect way to refresh your bedding and upholstery- and make them smoother at the same time.
When do I need a Cumulus No.3?
Cumulus No.3 is our best steamer made for home use. It has a large water tank that allows you to continuously steam for more than an hour. The Cumulus No.3 has a steady rod set where you can easily place your clothes while steaming.
How do I create creases with my steamer?
Put on a flat surface underneath the fabric and steam while pressing the steamer against the fabric. Put the included heat protection bag on a flat surface underneath the fabric and steam while pressing the steamer against the fabric.
How do I steam?
For information about how to use your steamer on different types of garments, check out our
These video clips will provide you with tips and tricks on how to get the best results using all our products.
Are there any materials that one shouldn’t steam?
You can steam almost all materials. But, we do not recommend that you use your steamer on leather, suede, plastic or pu leather.
Warranty, returns and claims?
Cirrus No.1 has a 1-year warranty.
For more information please see our Returns & Claims page.