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Steam Press?

Back in my working for corp america, I had my clothes dry cleaned.. then went to jeans and normal shirts and did them at home.. Now on the road, I find myself in tropical silk shirts , if I'm not working on stuff.. tommy bahama's mostly..

Been washing them, then hang dry.. then steaming.. and they still are not what I like.

So thinking of a ironing board w/ steam iron.. or I see these small steam presses out there.. like this..


Aside from a dry cleaner.. Just called.. they want $6 each shirt.. little too much for me, long term..

What does everyone do for the silk stuff? 





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We left anything that wrinkles behind..
But if you have the space for the press, and can afford the extra weight then go for it.


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