This Ideal Home approved clothing steamer just plummeted in price in the Black Friday Amazon sale

Pick one up while you still can

Clothing steamers are invaluable for refreshing and de-creasing garments. The Ideal Home approved Fridja steamer is 22 per cent off in this amazing Black Friday (opens in new tab) clothing steamer deal.

Related: Best clothes steamers 2020 – refresh your wardrobe quickly and easily with a handheld steamer (opens in new tab)

All our buying guides are tried and tested by our team of experts in a home setting. So when you see the Ideal Home approved logo, you know you can trust it.

The clothing steamer deal is available in three colourways on Amazon (opens in new tab). We have our eye on the millennial pink shade, but the black is equally as chic.

'This Fridja handheld comes with an oversized velvety bag that’s unisex but feels like it could happily belong in a boudoir,' wrote our reviewer. 'The power cable is a bit on the short side at 2m but, that aside, it’s hard to fault. The design is clean and modern, with a big, bright power light.'

'Definitely the best for handheld power, you could blitz a pile of garments with the Fridja where other handhelds are designed more for just refreshing one or two items,' our reviewer added.

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The Fridja F10 steamer comes with many clever features including a clever bottle adaptor so you can take it on holiday. The adaptor allows the steamer to be used with most water bottles, so you can leave the water tank at home.

There is also a sliding switch instead of a standard trigger, this allows you to keep it on. The steamer can provide a constant stream of steam for eight minutes at a time.

Unlike most steamers, the Fridja doesn't come with a brush. However, if does include several other accessories to get your garments crease free.

View deal: Fridja Powerful Handheld Clothes Steamer, Was £99.99, Now £78, Amazon (opens in new tab)

The full accessory kit includes the water bottle adaptor, delicate fabric guard, portable hanger and a collar press. Our reviewer revealed that while a steamer will never offer the sharp results of an iron, the collar press was surprisingly helpful. 'It does help a bit - you hold the plastic up behind the collar and it gives you something to push against.'

Related: Five wardrobe must-haves our storage expert Becky is buying in the Black Friday sales (opens in new tab)

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Rebecca Knight
Rebecca Knight

Rebecca Knight has been the Deputy Editor on the Ideal Home Website since 2022. She graduated with a Masters degree in magazine journalism from City, University of London in 2018, before starting her journalism career as a staff writer on women's weekly magazines. She fell into the world of homes and interiors after joining the Ideal Home website team in 2019 as a Digital Writer. In 2020 she moved into position of Homes News Editor working across Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc, Real Homes, Gardeningetc and Ideal Home covering everything from the latest viral cleaning hack to the next big interior trend.