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f1000 professional clothes steamer

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v1000 mini slow juicer

f1800 whole fruit slow juicer

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f1000 professional clothes steamer GERMAN

f1400 professional clothes steamer GERMAN

v1000 mini slow juicer GERMAN

f1800 whole fruit juicer GERMAN

Sadly, there are some fabrics to avoid steaming. We do not recommend steaming waxed jackets, suede or materials prone to melting.

Care should be taken with delicate fabrics like silk, chiffon, sheer or velvet. Avoid letting the steamer head touch such fabrics and keep the head moving. To avoid damaging print or embellishment, perhaps try steaming the garment inside-out.

Care should be taken when used on leather, avoiding allowing the material to become damp.

If you’re ever unsure, cautiously test the steamer on a discreet part of the fabric first.

Always check fabric care labels for advice prior to steaming.

Fridja products being delivered to UK mainland should arrive on the next working day provided you have ordered before 1pm GMT (on a weekday). International orders can take up to a week to arrive depending on location, however all products will be dispatched on the same day, provided you place the order before 1pm GMT (on a business day of course!).

All our products will have to be signed for, however if you include a mobile telephone number, they will let you know what time they will arrive. Our couriers will give you the option of changing the delivery time / delivering to a neighbour. We hope that makes life easier!

Easy peasy!

Steam those trousers:

Then the jacket:

And don’t forget to sort your tie out!

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When tightening the metal telescopic pole, please ensure you’re tightening by twisting the metal pole segments clockwise (not the black plastic rings).

By twisting the metal pole segments, rather than the nuts, it should stay up perfectly.

If that doesn’t work please contact us here and we will try to help the best we can.

Fix up look sharp!

 

School uniform is super easy to steam! That’s why mums all over are converting to steamers over irons. Check out these videos to see how simple a task it really could be:

School Shirt

Fridja Professional Garment Steamers School – School Shirt from Fridja LTD on Vimeo.

School Skirt

Fridja Professional Garment Steamers School – School Skirt from Fridja LTD on Vimeo.

School Trousers

Fridja Professional Garment Steamers School – School Trousers from Fridja LTD on Vimeo.

School Jumper

Fridja Professional Garment Steamers School – School Jumper from Fridja LTD on Vimeo.

It’s easy to forget that when you are steaming, the bottom bits of the garments (you know, the bits near the floor) are just as easy to steam as the top bits.

You can simply lift the clothes off of the floor with one hand and steam with the other! Remember this when doing long things like trousers or dresses.

In addition, you can always use the hand mat for extra support!

At the moment we only sell our glorious products in the UK and Europe. From time to time we sell in Australia, but the postage is very expensive. If you still want to know how much, please message us here.

To all our American friends! We are planning on taking over your wonderful country with our garment steamers soon, so please hold tight till 2017!

A person with experience with a steamer will never burn themselves, however when you begin it’s a natural worry that you might burn yourself.

Therefore we’d always advise:

 

1 – Always pay attention! Be aware of the hot steam!

2 – Use the hand mat in your other hand. It is heat resistant and should stop any hot steam from you burning you.

 

Our accessories are usually within the polystyrene packaging that holds the steamer in the box. The three accessories that our f1000 and f1400 garment steamer comes with are:

1 – Clasp Attachment

2 – Upholstery Brush

3 – Hand Mat

 

It is very rare that attachments are missing, but should there be any issue whatsoever, please contact us here and we’ll do our best to help out ASAP.

 

Cut them into chunks small enough to easily slip down the feeding chute. Most citrus fruit rind tastes unpleasant so should be peeled first (lemon being the exception). Our f1800 whole fruit slow juicer will require little to no cutting of fruits and vegetables, wahey!

When working with any steam appliance there is the possibility of getting occasional drips, but there are things you can do to avoid them.

When you first switch the steamer on, especially on cold days, condensation may develop on the steamer head. Just wipe this off before using, once heated it should not happen again.

Sometimes, depending on how the steamer head is being angled, small amounts of water may collect in the steamer head causing drops. If this is the case, occasionally tilt the steamer head back and extend the hose for a moment to allow any collected water to drain down the hose.

Cut them into chunks small enough to easily slip down the feeding chute. Root vegetables should be cut into ½” pieces.

When juicing leafy greens or wheatgrass, we recommend rolling or folding them up before feeding into the chute.

To avoid them jamming the juicer, alternate with other fruits or vegetables. Cut stringy vegetables into ½” pieces to prevent them tangling in the mechanism.

Our f1800 whole fruit slow juicer will require little to no preparation of vegetables

Making delicious nutter butters (AKA peanut butter) is very easy in a slow juicer.

Simply slowly feed in your nuts and your nut butter will come out of the pulp chute. Please watch this video to see how to make them in action!

 

Making nut milk is also very simple in a slow juicer.

Soak nuts overnight in a covered bowl. The next day (the longer left, the more creamy the milk), rinse the water off and add fresh water. The more water added, the thinner the consistence of the milk will be. Then ladle in mixture of fresh water and soaked nuts. You will very quickly be in the company of, nut milk!

See it in action towards the end of this video:

 

 

Check this video out!

Yes! Cooled fruits and vegetables produce a higher yield and better tasting juice.

Never use frozen produce though! This might damage your juicer.

We don’t advise to add anything to the water as this will both damage the heater and invalidate your guarantee (unless it is a Fridja approved product!)

However, there is nothing wrong with spraying the garment with the scent / ironing water prior to steaming. You’ll get the same effect and you won’t damage your beautiful steamer!

Our juicers are suitable for almost any produce you can think of, but sadly there are a few exceptions.

We do not recommend juicing sugar cane, coconut, bananas, dried herbs or spices, liquorice root, grains or seeds.

Fish or meat products should not be juiced because that’s gross.

Avoid juicing frozen fruit or vegetables and always remember to take stones and pips out of fruit first!

Attempting to juice any of the above will void your warranty.

Fridja products being delivered to UK mainland should arrive on the next working day provided you have ordered before 1pm GMT (on a weekday). International orders can take up to a week to arrive depending on location, however all products will be dispatched on the same day, provided you place the order before 1pm GMT (on a business day of course!).

It’s so easy!! But we made a video just to help you along the way!

 

Absolutely!!

You can simply head to here for a full range of spares and accessories for your pretty garment steamer.

The f1000 and f1400 professional garment steamers must be plugged in, but are on wheels allowing easy manoeuvrability. They are also light so you could transport them easily.

This is especially handy for professionals needing a steamer on locations, or taking up and down the stairs of your home!

We are currently making this video, however it is VERY similar to setting up an f1000 steamer. You can watch a video here to help you.

Our two models are both 1500 watts, with the same top steam output level.

Our recently released f1400 improves on our original f1000 with new steam power level controls (adjustable via a panel on the steamer and a remote control on the stainless steel head), an advanced adjustable folding hanger and a larger 3.2 litre water tank that produces up to 100 minutes of continuous steam, all housed in a new chic design and range of colours.

It is important to stay on top of maintenance procedures for your steamer to avoid problems in the future.

To flush sediment and limescale out of the steamer, disconnect the house, pole and other attachments and take the steamer unit to a large sink or bath. Unscrew the small drainage valve on the side at the bottom and flush through with clean cold water, pouring through the small hole where the water tank usually sits. Continue until it runs clear.

To thoroughly descale, use descaling crystals, such as those for kettles, or a vinegar solution. Fill the water tank with the solution, and leave steaming for 20 minutes in a well ventilated room. Having switched it off and left it to cool, flush the steamer out as above.

The f1400 is probably more suitable for business needs. Firstly it has adjustable steam power output level, so it can be turned to lower settings for especially fine or delicate fabrics. This can be set from a remote control in the handle, so you won’t have to crouch down every time you want to switch it off.

It also has a larger water tank which allows it to produce continuous steam for up to 100 minutes.

Unlike the f1000, the size of the hanger’s shoulders can be also be adjusted according to the size of the garment.

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Simple!

In general most fabrics are brilliant for steamers. This ranges from delicate silk to dry clean only wool. However, there are some fabrics to avoid steaming. We do not recommend steaming waxed jackets, suede or materials prone to melting.

Care should be taken with delicate fabrics like silk, chiffon, sheer or velvet. Avoid letting the steamer head touch such fabrics and keep the head moving. To avoid damaging print or embellishment, perhaps try steaming the garment inside-out.

Care should be taken when used on leather, avoiding allowing the material to become damp.

If you’re ever unsure, cautiously test the steamer on a discreet part of the fabric first.

Always check fabric care labels for advice prior to steaming.

Though we recommend using distilled or demineralised water, normal tap water may be used. This carries the risk of more sediment buildup, so occasionally empty the unit.

Do not allow the water to become stale. Old water containing mineral buildup or mildew may cause stains or musty odours. Follow the descaling instructions in the manual if necessary.

Never use scented or starched water, as they could clog up your steamer and cause malfunction.

Try changing the batteries in the remote control, found under the removable battery cover in the handle.

If you use it regularly, it should not be necessary to empty the steamer after each use. However, if you only use it once in a while please do empty it to prevent limescale or algae developing. We advise to not leave the steamer/water tank in direct sunlight.’

Hopefully it’s a minor problem, please check the following…

When you switch the steamer on, does the operational light illuminate? If not, there may be either a problem with the plug socket you’ve used or the fuse in the steamer’s plug. Please change the 13 amp fuse in the plug and test in a different power socket.

If the lights are illuminating, check whether it is clogged up with limescale and sediment. It’s important to ensure your steamer does not become clogged with limescale as this can harm the internal boiler and cause malfunction.

To flush sediment and limescale out of the steamer, disconnect the house, pole and other attachments and take the steamer unit to a large sink or bath. Unscrew the small drainage valve on the side at the bottom and flush through with clean cold water, pouring through the small hole where the water tank usually sits. Continue until it runs clear.

 

If your problems persist and your steamer is within its warranty, please get in touch and tell us your issues using the form here.

If your warranty has expired, you may want you use our repair service.

For f1000 steamers click here.

For f1400 steamers click here.

Absolutely! We offer a repair service for steamers that have developed a fault beyond their warranty period, your steamer will be fixed, cleaned and returned in near new condition.

For F-1000 steamers click here.

For F-1400 steamers click here.

Both the f1000 and the f1400 have telescopic poles, which can go down to knee level (78cm tall). However if you really want to store your steamer away, you can remove the pole and the hose quickly so it can fit in that cupboard under the stairs easily.

However we’d say if you can keep it up next to your cupboard and use it once a day, you’ll get the most use out of it!

As both the best, and the most worst estate agents have agreed, London is EXPENSIVE!

Therefore we opted to keep costs down and not hold stock here. We hold our stock in beautiful rural England.

Therefore unfortunately we can’t offer a collection service from our office.

However! If you order before 1 o’clock, we promise to dispatch the same day and you will receive it the very next working day. Please include a mobile telephone number so we can even tell you what time the courier will arrive with you brand spanking new Fridja.

Hope that helps!

Our sexy products are designed by clever art school graduates in London, UK. They are manufactured in China for two reasons. Firstly, the costs can be kept down so everyone can afford Fridja products, and secondly because they are very good at it! Chances are you’re reading this on a device that was made in China!

Although we used to be able to take card payments over the phone, we’ve come into some trouble with stolen credit cards lately (cheers gangs). So the best way now is to pay online using 3D Secure. If you need any help with 3D Secure, please contact your bank. The best way I find is just to reset your password, that way you can finish the transaction.

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