Originally Posted by LPBeier
Munky, that is awesome! Can you regulate the amount of steam? If not, is it really strong and hot?
I ask because I have been looking for a steamer I can use on my cakes and this looks perfect. Steam can smooth and shine fondant but you have to be very careful that you don't melt it.
I also think it would help me with cleaning!
No you can't regulate the steam. It gets hot. Seems to me depending on what attachment your using, how strong or close you apply the heat that's going to be the outcome.
For instance the window I was working on had a corner that needed some steam cleaning, but not alot. I used the longer hose cone adapter. It had a kinder steam. I tested it on a gloss painted wall to. The paint didn't peel. Like I'd care anyways. I was just testing it out.
It did a better cleaning job than any other method I've ever used to wipe down walls.
Btw. One wall we had in particular had masking tape glue stuck to it. I had that section of wall clean and unglued in less that an hour.
Wish I had had this steamer when my sons were younger teaching them how to write starting with stick letters. I gave him paper. Left the room for 2 minutes tops and came back to see the letters ( K,I,L,M) all over my wall. He decided he needed a bigger canvas with a CRAYON!
OMG!!!! He was so lucky to be 3 at the time.
It will remove crayon marks. Little late for me. But hey if it helps anyone around here, I'm alright with that.