Last Updated on September 18, 2022 by Erik Sullivan
Rowenta offers some of the best garment steamers available in the market. These steamers can provide reliable services for many years. But, you’ll need to take proper care of them by removing build-ups that may be affecting its performance.
In this article, we will show you how to clean your Rowenta clothes steamer to keep it in good condition.
- How To Clean Rowenta Steamer Fast And Efficiently?
- How to Clean and Descale Your Rowenta Handheld Clothes Steamer?
- How to Descale Your Rowenta Commercial Standing Clothes Steamer?
- How to Clean the Exterior of Rowenta Steamer?
- What’s the Best Commercial Descaling Agents For Cleaning a Steamer?
- Frequently Asked Questions:
How To Clean Rowenta Steamer Fast And Efficiently?
Rowenta makes two different type of clothes steamer- handheld, and commercial clothes steamer. Cleaning and descaling process of these two variant is almost same.
How to Clean and Descale Your Rowenta Handheld Clothes Steamer?
Method 1: Clean Steamer With Vinegar and Baking soda
In this process, we’re going to use vinegar to descale the mineral buildup inside the tank. Vinegar is an acid, so it works really well to dissolve the calcium and magnesium buildup.
Things you’ll need:
- Distilled water
- Baking soda
- White Vinegar
Follow The Step by Step Process:
Step 1: Unplug your clothes steamer and remove water from the reservoir. Let it cool down for some time.
Step 2: Refill ½ the tank with distilled water.
Step 3: Add ½ cup white vinegar and 2 tbsp of baking soda into the water.
Step 4: Next, put the tank inside the steamer and shake the steamer gently to mix the items properly.
Step 5: Then plug the steamer in and turn it on.
Step 6: Give it some time to boil the water completely.
Step 7: Let the water keep boiling for an hour or so.
Step 8: After 1 hour, turn off the steamer and allow the mixer to cool down again.
Step 9: Once cooled, drain it out in your sink.
Step 10: Rinse the tank with regular water to remove the vinegar smell.
Method 2: Clean Steamer Build up Without Vinegar
You can use lemon juice instead of vinegar to clean the mineral buildup of your rowenta steamer. Lemon juice is acidic, so it can help break down any build-up that may be on your steamer.
To use lemon juice, simply fill your steamer’s reservoir with equal parts water and lemon juice. Run the steamer for a few minutes to let the mixture work its way through the system. Then, empty the reservoir and rinse it out with clean water.
How to Descale Your Rowenta Commercial Standing Clothes Steamer?
Follow the steps below to descale your rowenta commercial clothes steamer.
- Turn off your steamer and unplug it from the socket.
- Untwist the hose from the base and flush it with tap water.
- Remove the water tank and take out the water from it.
- Fill the tank with a mixture of equal parts distilled water and distilled white vinegar.
- Let the mixer sit there for about 30 minutes to allow the solution work properly.
- Take the steamer out of your room. And put it in your yard or patio.
- Plug in the steamer and let it boil the mixer to produce steam.
- Steam for at least 30 minutes. By this time, you’ll notice that, ½ of the solution has already turn into steam.
- After 30 minutes, turn off the steamer and leave the solution for more 30 minutes.
- Pour out the solution from the tank.
- Fill the reservoir again with normal water. And shake the reservoir to rinse it properly. This also help to remove the smell of vinegar.
How to Clean the Exterior of Rowenta Steamer?
You’ve already done the most challenging part of cleaning Rowenta steamer. Cleaning the exterior of it, is like walk in the park. You can easily clean the outside of your Rowenta steamer with a soft damp cloth or sponge.
You can also use a mild cleaning solution like vinegar or soap if needed. Before cleaning the device, let it cool down completely. You should never wash your steamer directly under the sink.
What’s the Best Commercial Descaling Agents For Cleaning a Steamer?
There’re some great descaling solutions available in the market. But, only a few are my favorite. I highly recommend the following solution to use in your commercial rowenta steamer:
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why is my Rowenta steamer not steaming?
There could be a couple of reasons why your Rowenta steamer is not steaming.
First, make sure that, the water label is above the fill line of the tank. If not, refill it with distilled water and try again.
If the water reservoir is full and the steamer still isn’t producing steam, then there’s might be something blocking the steam outlet or steam vents. In most cases, the mineral build ups are responsible for this trouble. However, you can easily descale the steamer by following the manual or our step by step method.
After descaling the clothes steamer, try once again to steam. If it fails to produce steam then, it’s possible that the heating element isn’t working. In this case, you’ll need to contact Rowenta customer service for further assistance.
How Often You Should Descale Your Rowenta Clothes Steamer?
It depends on mainly two factors, how frequently you use it and the water hardness label of your area.
If you use tap water that highly contaminated then it will affect the steamers performance by creating buildups inside the tank. In that cases, you should descale your Rowenta steamer each months or so, to prevent it from clogging.
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