A Norelco TS60 is a travel fabric steamer. A steamer is designed to remove wrinkles and freshen clothes and fabrics. The Norelco TS60 is a small, lightweight fabric steamer perfect for traveling or for those who don't have room to store a large fabric steamer. The steamer is easy to use and only requires you to have access to an electrical outlet and water. Prior to steaming, be sure the fabric you are removing wrinkles from can withstanding the heat produced from steam. Delicate fabrics, such as silks and chiffons, can be damaged using a steamer.
Turn the Norelco TS60 fabric steamer top, so it is facing sideways on the water tank. Lift upward to remove it.
Fill the water tank with tap water up to the fill line. The fill line is located inside of the water compartment.
Place the top of the fabric steamer back onto the water tank.
Plug the fabric steamer into an electrical outlet. Allow the machine to heat up for five minutes. When you see steam coming from the machine, the steamer is ready to be used.
Hang the item to be steamed on a hanger or drape them over a chair or flat on a bed. Place the steamer three to six inches away from the fabric. Continue moving the steamer around the fabric to remove wrinkles. Lightly pull on the fabric to tighten the fabric for deep set wrinkles. Continue until all of the wrinkles are removed.
Unplug the fabric steamer. Open the fabric steamer once the appliance has cooled to room temperature and discard any unused water.