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Philips Steam&Go Plus Handheld Garment Steamer GC362/86

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Background

In October 2022, I was looking for a garment steamer in case I did not have time to iron my clothes. As such I search online to look for one.

As there were many different types of garment steamers, I decided to get the Philips Steam&Go Plus Handheld Garment Steamer GC362/86 as it looks good.

The Stuff

The Philips Steam&Go Plus Handheld Garment Steamer GC362/86 is a portable-size garment steamer with a long handle. The shape of it is like a handheld barcode scanner. According to Philips's website, it can be used vertically or horizontally. It comes with a detachable 70ml water tank that can be refilled anytime during use.

In terms of packaging, it includes a bag for storage, a brush to attach to the garment steamer, and a glove.

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show what the stuff looks like:

The Philips Steam&Go Plus Handheld Garment Steamer GC362/86 box
The Philips Steam&Go Plus Handheld Garment Steamer GC362/86 box

What's in the box
What's in the box

The heated plate
The heated plate

Brush attachment to the plate
Brush attachment to the plate

The location of the power button
The location of the power button

The water tank
The water tank

Usage and Experience

I have been using the Philips Steam&Go Plus Handheld Garment Steamer GC362/86 a couple of times since this post. So far I have been using it for my polo shirts and tee shirts as they don't require to be super duple wrinkle-free like office attire.

The 70ml water tank I feel is very little. Based on my usage I have to refill after steaming one garment or less depending on the wrinkles.

If the garment is very crumpled, a steam iron will still be better as it removes more wrinkles.

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:


Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the Philips Steam&Go Plus Handheld Garment Steamer GC362/86 does its job by reducing wrinkles from garments, but definitely not a steam iron replacement. If you are interested in this stuff, you can click on the link below:


Alternatively, you can click on some of the alternatives that I have found on Shopee and Amazon: