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Handheld Clothes Steamer | Cirrus 2 by Steamery - Blue - Cashmere Circle
Handheld Clothes Steamer | Cirrus 2 by Steamery - Blue - Cashmere Circle
Handheld Clothes Steamer | Cirrus 2 by Steamery - Blue - Cashmere Circle
Handheld Clothes Steamer | Cirrus 2 by Steamery - Blue - Cashmere Circle

Handheld Clothes Steamer | Cirrus 2 by Steamery

This handheld steamer will turn any rumpled fabric into a smooth, wrinkle-free item with outstanding results in no time. Not only does the hot steam remove wrinkles — it also reduces bad smells, shallow dirt, and bacteria for an overall clean end result. The busier you are, the more you'll love this!

The advanced design of Cirrus 2 includes a special coating on the inside to protect against residue from minerals and limestone. Plus, its stainless steel mouthpiece provides better friction for improved performance. And when it comes to materials: all fabrics are game (with the exception of leather, suede, plastic or puleather). To top it off — Cirrus 2 works with 220-240V power adapters so you can look sharp wherever your travels may take you.

Cirrus 2's efficient and sustainable solution keep your clothes fresh and neat at all times.

The hot steam from a professional steamer lifts the textile fibers – instead of pressing them down like the iron – and makes them swell and regain their natural shape.  Steaming is similar to airing clothes. The hot steam removes signs of a garment ever being worn, such as odors, shallow dirt and bacteria. 

Passionate about making clothing care modern again

Steamery is not your typical fashion company. They're dedicated to sustainability and are based in Stockholm, Sweden. More importantly, they're on a mission to combat fast fashion and promote responsible consumption.

Steamery wants you to cherish your clothes and look after them, rather than just discarding them and buying new items. With their expertise in textile care, Steamery is a unique company that truly cares about both you and the planet.

£108.00 Regular price £120.00

Handheld Clothes Steamer | Cirrus 2 by Steamery

£108.00 GBP Regular price £120.00 GBP

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Why Cashmere Circle?

Environmental Committment

Our aim is to look after the cashmere garments that already exist. Keeping them out of landfill with careful care and creative recycling. Sustainability is woven into every fibre of our business. From our packaging to the ingredients in our Cashmere Wash. And, we promise to donate 1% of our gross revenue to grassroots environmental groups.

A Green Tomorrow

A business model for a Green Tomorrow. Hawick and the Borders was the global hub for cashmere and knitwear. The region is rich with skills and knowledge passed down through generations. Our focus on zero-waste circularity with emphasis on garment care and upcycling, introduces to the region a model of business more suited for a sustainable tomorrow.

Passing on Skills

For us all to support sustainable fashion, we must ensure the skills and expertise that once filled the mills of the region are not lost. Our lead repairers are those who have spent a lifetime working with international fashion brands. We're ensuring these skills are carried on the next generation by supporting knowledge transfer programmes to inspire a new generation to see the creative possibilities of sustainable fashion.

Highly skilled

Invisible Mending

Invisible mending is a fabric repair technique that re-weaves yarn into the fabric of a garment or item of upholstery to seamlessly patch a hole. The yarn is often discretely taken from other parts of the garment to allow for a perfect colour match.

Preparation is key

Moth damage

Don’t let moths ruin your wardrobe, by protecting your garments. Moth season kicks off in May and lasts all summer through to October and you’ll find them in dark, undisturbed places.