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Wrinkled Clothes? Steer Clear of Burns: Vornado Garment Steamer Recall and a Safer Alternative

February 14, 2024

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If you own a Vornado handheld garment steamer, particularly these models: SF-425, SF-435, SF-440, SF-445, SF-447, VS-410, or SI-428, it's time to pay attention. These models have been recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) due to a serious burn hazard.

The concern? The steamers can malfunction, spraying or spitting hot water from the nozzle. This has already resulted in 23 reported burn injuries, and it's simply not worth the risk.

What to do if you have a recalled steamer:

  1. Stop using it immediately. Put it somewhere safe where you won't be tempted to grab it.
  2. Contact Vornado for a free replacement. You can visit their website ( or call them at 1-800-234-0604 for more information.
  3. Report any incidents to the CPSC. Even if you haven't been burned, reporting your experience can help prevent future injuries.

Now, let's talk about a safer alternative for getting those wrinkles out:

Introducing Mango Fresh Laundry! Our professional laundry services offer gentle, expert care for your clothes, ensuring they look their best without any risk of burns. Here's why Mango Fresh is the perfect solution:

  • Experienced professionals: Our team knows how to handle even the most delicate fabrics, leaving them wrinkle-free and looking sharp.
  • Eco-friendly methods: We use safe, sustainable cleaning processes that are gentle on your clothes and the environment.
  • Convenient pickup and delivery: Skip the laundry hassle! We'll pick up your clothes and deliver them back to you, fresh and ready to wear.

So ditch the risky steamer and let Mango Fresh Laundry take care of your clothes. Your skin and your wardrobe will thank you!

P.S. Remember, safety first!

Even if your steamer isn't on the recall list, always handle it with caution and follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully.

Disclaimer: This blog article is for informational purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for professional advice. Always consult with the CPSC or a qualified professional for the latest safety information and recall updates.

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