Philips EasyTouch Plus Garment Steamer with Double Pole, Hanger - GC523/60
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Philips EasyTouch Plus garment steamer is designed for easy crease removal every day. With a wide range of essential steaming solutions, it is a perfect appliance for quick touch-ups, delicate and difficult to iron clothes.
Safe to use on all garments
Large steam plate
5 steam settings
Adjustable double hole
Special garment hanger
Large detachable water tank
Easy de-calc function
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Fast crease removal, Continuous steam: 32 g/min, Ready to use: <1 min, Easy to use, Safe on all ironable fabrics: Even delicates like silk, Detachable water tank, Integrated power plug, Scale management, Descaling and cleaning: Easy De-calc, Variable steam: 5 levels, Variable steam levels, Vertical steam
Water tank capacity
Glove for extra protection
Adjustable double pole
Garment hanger w trouser clips
2-year worldwide guarantee
100% recycled materials
100% recycled paper
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Philips Domestic Appliances India Ltd
3rd Floor, Tower A, DLF IT Park, 08 Block AF, Major Arterial Road, New Town (Rajarhat), Kolkata, West Bengal 700156.
If your Philips Garment Steamer leaves stains, or you notice impurities coming out from it, there might be a simple solution. Find out how to solve this issue in the following lines.
Scale built up in the steamer
If your steamer is not descaled regularly, it is normal for scale to build up in your garment steamer, and this can cause it to release some impurities or produce stains.
To solve this, please descale your steamer. The descaling process depends on your product and series.
Chemicals or additives are added into water
If you used any chemical or additive with your Philips Garment Steamer, fill the water tank with water and allow it to steam out 1 full tank to rinse off chemical residues from the appliance.
For stains on the garment, rinse off any stains under running water.
For stains on the steamer head, wipe any deposits off the steamer head with a damp cloth.
Note: The chemical or additives (e.g. perfume, essential oil, vinegar, etc) cause damage to the appliance. Do not use any chemical or additive with your garment steamer.
High level of water hardness
Depending on where you stay, the water hardness level may be high and results in fast scale build-up in your garment steamer.
Ensure that water tank is emptied after a steaming session. It is recommended to use a combination of demineralized/distilled water (50%) mixed with tap water (50%).
At the start of a steaming session, set the steam setting to the MAX mode. Hold the steamer head away from the garment and press the steam trigger for 10 seconds to release the initial gush of water droplets.
For stain on the garment, rinse off any stains under running water.
For stain on the steamer head, wipe any deposits off the steamer head with a damp cloth.
Using the right type of water helps prolong your Philips garment steamer or steam iron's lifespan. Please read along to find some tips and tricks.
Water type to use
Your Philips steam iron or garment steamer has been designed to be used with soft water. However, if you live in an area with hard water, fast scale build-up may occur.
Therefore, to prolong the lifespan of your iron or steamer it is recommended to use distilled or RO water.
Please do not use perfumed water, water from the tumble dryer, vinegar, starch, descaling agents, ironing aids, chemically descaled water or other chemicals as they may cause water spitting, brown staining or damage to your steam iron or garment steamer.
To perfume your clothes we recommend you choosing one of the following options:
If your Philips Stand Garment Steamer produces a croaking sound, please find our troubleshooting advice below to solve this issue.
The head or hose is horizontally positioned
When the hose of your Philips Garment Steamer is horizontal, the condensation in the hose might not flow back into the tank. This can cause a croaking sound.
In this case, please lift up the head of your stand steamer to straighten the hose vertically. This will allow condensation to flow back to the tank.
The hose forms a U shape
When the hose forms a U-shape, the condensation in it cannot flow back into the water tank. This can cause the head of the steamer to produce croaking sound. In this case, please lift the steamer head to straighten the hose vertically.
If the head of your Philips Stand Garment Steamer drips water, please read our troubleshooting advice below to solve this.
The head and/or hose is in a horizontal position
When the hose of your Philips Stand Garment Steamer is in a horizontal position, there might be condensation in it that cannot flow back into the water tank, and this might cause the head to drip water.
In this case, please lift the head of your stand steamer up in order to allow condensation to flow back to the tank. At the start of a steaming session, set the steam setting to be in MAX mode.
After this, hold the steamer head away from the garment and press the steam trigger for 10 seconds to release the initial gush of water droplets.
The hose is forming a U shape
When the hose of your Philips Stand Garment Steamer forms a U-shape, condensation in it cannot flow back into the water tank, and this can cause the head of the garment steamer to drip water.
In this case, lift the head of your stand steamer up to straighten the hose vertically. In this way, condensation can flow back into the tank.
At the start of a steaming session, set the steam setting to be in MAX mode. After this, hold the steamer head away from the garment and press the steam trigger for 10 seconds to release the initial gush of water droplets.
If you have been using your stand steamer heavily for a long time, this can cause water condensation. If this happens, water will drip from the head.
To solve this, first let your steamer cool down. Then, remove the grill and press a dry cloth against the black surface to remove the condensed water.