Singer is back in the steam ironing press business with a brand new and improved model. Compare with larger 32x10" 34x11" and 36x12" Steam Ironing Board Presses below.
24” x 9” (63cm x 26cm) Pressing Area
Since the ESP-2’s pressing surface is almost 14 times larger than a conventional iron, pressing time is greatly reduced. In a fraction of the time large fabric surfaces such as table linens and draperies can have a professional-looking press.
100 Pounds of Pressure
Use just fingertip force to lower the handle and a 100 pounds of pressure is exerted. Effortlessly places creases and pleats in even in fabrics that tend to resist creasing fabrics, such as jeans. With 100 pounds of pressure it is easy to remove stubborn wrinkles or press several layers at one time.
Electronically Pumped Variable Steam
Steam helps eliminate wrinkles and set creases. The ESP-2’s steam is pumped electrically from the 300ml water tank to give a true burst of steam, not just a squirt. The steam openings cover the entire pressing area, ensuring the total pressing area receives the benefits of steam.
The press can operate as a dry press which ideal for delicate fabrics.
Power and Temperature Ready Indicator
The power and temperature ready indicators take the guess work out of knowing the press temperature. Choose the nylon, silk, wool, cotton or linen setting. The ESP-2’s indicator light will be illuminated when it reaches the correct temperature. The press will remain at a consistent temperature, protecting your fabrics.
The alarm sounds every 10 seconds if the handle is left down. The alarm will remind you to lift the handle to ensure that fabrics are not exposed to the heating plate too long.
Plenty of Space at the Back of the Pressing Board
There is ample room behind the pressing board for the holding table cloths, bed linens, draperies, and other large items as they are being pressed.
If the handle is left up for 15 minutes the power to the heating unit is stopped. The safety shut-off also works if the handle is left down for 10 seconds. Automatic Safety Shut-Off offers you peace.
Lock the handle and it conveniently stores in a vertical position. Weighing only 22 pounds allows the press to easily be transported.
The ESP-2 has a limited 1-year warranty. Your Ironing Press is warranty to be free of defects in workmanship and material for one year from the date of purchase.
Why own a press?
Pressing will not distort the fabric grain or stretch fabrics the way ironing does. Take better care of your fabric and reduce shine commonly caused by ironing.
Improve quilt-piecing accuracy by pressing instead of ironing. Pressing helps eliminate the possibility of distorting the fabric, making for more exact piecing.
Projects that require fusing are more precise when using a press.
The ESP-2’s streamline design can be operated with one hand; reducing the strain commonly associated with ironing. The press can be placed on a table so the operator can be comfortably seated while using the press.
- US Warranty 1 year limited warranty on defects in materials and workmanship.
- Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
Weight: 22 lbs
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When using electrical appliances, especially when children are present, basic safety precautions
should always be taken, including the following:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
KEEP AWAY FROM WATER
DANGER-Any appliance is electrically live even when the switch is off.
To reduce the risk of death by electric shock:
1.Always unplug it immediately after using.
2.Do not place or store appliance where it can fall or be pulled into a tub or sink.
3.Do not place in, or drop into water or other liquid.
4.If an appliance falls into water, unplug it immediately. Do not reach into the water.
WARNING-To reduce the risk of burns, electrocution, fire, or injury to persons:
1.This appliance should never be left unattended when plugged in.
2.Close supervision is necessary when this appliance is used by or near children or the physically
challenged. Unsupervised use could result in fire or personal injury.
3.Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use attachments
not recommended by the manufacturer.
4.This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
5.Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
6.Never operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or if it has
been dropped or damaged, or dropped into water. Do not attempt to repair the appliance. Incorrect
reassembly or repair could cause a risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when the appliance
is used. Return the appliance to an authorized service centre for examination and repair .
7.Keep the cord away from heated surfaces. Do not allow cord to contact heated surfaces. Do not pull
or twist cord. Let appliance cool completely before putting away.
8.This appliance has a polarized plug(one blade is wider than the other). As a safety feature, this plug
will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, Reverse the plug. If
it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature.
9.Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
10.Do not use outdoors or operate where aerosol(spray)products are being used or where oxygen is
11.Do not use an extension cord to operate appliance.
12.Surfaces of this appliance may be hot when in use. Do not let eyes or bare skin touch heated Surfaces.
13.Always turn the switch to the off position before plugging in or unplugging the unit.
14.Always let the appliance cool for at least thirty minutes before storing.
15.Do not move the appliance without unplugging it.
16.Unplug this appliance before filling. Do not overfill.
17.While emitting steam, this appliance may cause burns if it is held too close to the skin, scalp or eyes,
or if it is used incorrectly. To reduce the risk of contact with hot water as it escapes through steam
vents, test appliance before each use by holding and testing it away from body.
18.Do not operate steamer without properly filling the water container.
19. Never yank cord to disconnect from outlet. Instead, grasp plug and pull to disconnect.
20.Burns could occur from touching hot metal parts, or proximity to hot water or steam. Do not turn
unit upside down- there may be hot water in reservoir.
21.To reduce likelihood of circuit overload, do not operate another high wattage appliance on the same
22.Use distilled water in the appliance.
23.Be careful. Burns can occur from touching HOT METAL PARTS, OR PROXIMITY TO HOT WATER
24.Do not let the cord hang over the edge of counter.
25.Always put the appliance in a secure and level place on a table or counter when using.
26.This unit is for household use only.
27. Do not allow cord to touch hot surfaces. Let appliance cool completely before putting away. Loop
cord loosely around appliances when storing.
28.This appliance must be grounded. Do not alter the plug or attempt to defeat this feature.
29.Before plugging in the steam press, be sure the electrical information on the label agrees with your
Getting to Know Your Steam Press
1.The Pressing Handle raises and lowers the Pressing Plate.
2.The Locking Knob will lock together the Pressing
Plate and the Ironing Board. Use this to carry or store
the Steam Press.
3.The Steam Burst Buttons on either side of the Pressing
Handle produce a burst of steam when pressed.
4. The Pressing Plate it the temperature controlled
surface that heats and presses the fabric.
5.The Ironing Board is the padded surface that holds
the fabric during pressing. It has a removable cover
that is washable.
6.The ON/OFF Switch.
7.The Power Indicator Light illuminates when On/Off
Switch is Set to the"On"position, providing you with a
clear visual indication that the unit is powered on.
8.The Pressing Indicator Light illuminates while the unit is heating to the selected temperature ,
and deactivates to provide a clear visual indication that you are ready to begin pressing.
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR STEAM PRESS
9.The Steam Ready Indicator Light illuminates once the unit is ready to produce bursts of steam,
providing you with a clear visual indication that you can begin using the Steam Burst Buttons.
10.The Temperature Control Buttons are used to select a desired temperature by cycling through
the list of choices above the buttons. Push the Temperature Control Buttons until the indicator light
beneath the type of material you are going to press becomes illuminated.
11.The Water Tank
12.The Pressing Cushion is a fabric covered pad used for pressing gathered or contoured areas such
as sleeves, darts, yokes
13. The Measuring Cup is designed to assist you in easily and consistently filling the Water Reservoir
with the optimum amount of water. filling the Water Reservoir with the optimum amount of water.
14.The Spray Bottle allows you to moisten fabrics before pressing, when helps to make the pressing
process easier and more effective in certain instances.
ABOUT THE AUTO SHUT-OFF
The Auto Shut- Off feature includes both an Auto Shot- Off and an Auto Wake-Up .These multiple
function safety features deactivate electrical power to the heater when the Pressing Plate has been
left closed against the Ironing Board for more than 10 seconds. Heater deactivation is signalled by a
beeping sound.Heater Functionality is restored when the Pressing Plate is raised back up. Power to
the heater will also be cut if the Pressing Plate is in the raised position without use for approximately
15 minutes(once again signaled by a beeping sound) The heating ability of the unit can only be restored
in this situation by pressing the Temperature Control Buttons. IMPORTANT: Auto Shut- Off does not mean that power to the unit is totally cut off. Power is always on,
and the Power Indicator Light will Remain illuminated until On/Off Switch is set to "Off"position
Features of Steam Press
Your Steam Press provides clean, professional results every time!
.Pressing surface is fourteen times larger than most hand-held irons
.Can reduce ironing time up to 50%
.Multiple dry and steam settings, burst setting to remove stubborn wrinkles
.Variable temperature control
.Automatic shut off safety feature while open or closed with audible alert
.Power indicator light
.Protects delicate fabrics like silk
IMPORTANT For Household Use Only
Do not plug the unit in until you have filled the Water Tank
1.Place Digital Fabric Steam Press on a flat, level surface.
2.Turn Locking Knob to Unlock position to unlock pressing Plate.
3.Lift up Pressing Plate using Handle. It will automatically stay in lifted position.
4.Pull Water Reservoir out. Note that Water Reservoir cannot be completely
removed from unit; do not attempt to force it free.
5.Remove Water Reservoir Cap to express Water Reservoir fill hole.
6.Using Measuring Cup(included), fill Water Reservoir up to the MAX(300ml)
line with distilled water.
7.Replace Water Reservoir Cap and push filled Water Reservoir back into main unit.
1.Turn the ON/OFF Switch to the"on"position.
2.Identify the type of fabric you will press and then select the temperature
setting that matches the fabric to be pressed. It is best to start with the most
delicate fabrics first, as higher heat will cause damage to Nylon and Silks.
3.Lay fabric flat on Ironing Board.
4.Digital Fabric Steam Press is ready for use when Pressing Indicator Light
deactivates. If pressing wool, you may choose to spray with a burst of steam.
This function is available once Steam Burst Ready Indicator Light illuminates.
NOTE: Do not activate burst of steam with unit completely closed, as this may
damage unit. Best results are obtained if Pressing Plate is held open approximately
75 mm above Ironing Board before pressing Steam Button. For safety
reasons, do not hold Pressing Plate open more than 75 mm when using steam
5.To press, lower Pressing Plate gently onto fabric and Ironing Board. Hold there for 6-8 seconds, then
lift up Pressing Plate. Repeat until you have achieved desired crease and smoothness.
6.Once Pressing tasks are complete, immediately set On/Off Switch to "off"position.
*DO NOT ATTEMPT TO PULL WATER RESERVOIR OUT COMPLETELY.
1.Hold Pressing Plate approximately 3" above Ironing Board.
2.Press Steam Burst Button to release a burst of steam onto fabric.
3.Lowr Pressing Plate onto fabric, then raise once again.
4.Repeat steps 1-3 above until fabric is smooth and wrinkle-free.
FOR BEST RESULTS, PRESS BUTTON FOR 2 SECONDS AND RELEASE.
1. Lay the garment on the Ironing Board.
2. Lower the steam plate and return to the open position after a few seconds.
NOTE: the unit will automatically turn off the heating plate after
10 seconds in the closed position. A beep will emit until the unit is opened.
Once the unit is opened, it will return to normal operation.
1. Lower the Steam Plate until it is slightly above the Ironing Board(about three inches).
2.Activate the Burst of Steam with the buttons on the sides of the Pressing Handle.
3.Wait a few seconds, and activate the Burst of Steam again.
4.Lower the Pressing Plate and then raise.
5.Repeat this process until all wrinkles have
Shirts and Blouses
Shirts and Blouses
1.Place the shoulder yoke on the Ironing Board
first and press.
2.Then place the sleeves on the Ironing Board with
the fold parallel to the long seam and press
3.Place the cuffs on the end of the board and press.
4.Place the bottom o f the shirt behind Ironing
board so that you begin pressing pressing the
side with the pocket. Pull the shirt towards you
as you Press each section.
5.Then finish with the collar of shirt.
1.Place the Pressing Cushion under the waistband and press,
repositioning the waistband until completely pressed.
2.To press the in-seam, place the cushion under the area to
3.Place the pleated area on the Ironing Board. Carefully fold
pleats and press.
4.Embroidery should be placed face down on the Ironing Board
to reduce wear and prevent damage to delicate areas.
1.Placing the pressing cushion between the fabric and the Pressing Plate may help with delicate fabrics.
2.Buttons and Zippers: if you have older types of buttons or zippers, you may need to take special
care to avoid melting. In order to do so, place the garment face down and cover with a pressing
cushion before pressing.
3.Spray bottle may be used to spray the fabric lightly. This will further help to remove stubborn wrinkles.
4.Place a damp cloth over the fabric before pressing, which will help with stubborn wrinkles or heavy
5.To press large pieces of fabric, place entire piece behind the Ironing Board. Pull the fabric towards
you, over the Ironing Board, and lower the Pressing Plate. Press the fabric in sections until completed.
Using the Pressing Cushion
1.For garments constructed with details such as darts, curved seams, and
shoulder pads, a Pressing Cushion may be used.
2.Use the cushion in areas where no creases are desired or to shape a tailored
3.Place the area to be pressed onto the Ironing Board.
4.Place the Pressing Cushion under the dart, seam, etc.
5.Making sure that the area to be pressed is raised, lower the Pressing Plate
until it meets the raised area.
6.Do not force the plate to its lowest position, as this may cause damage to the unit.
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