715 Power Steamer
The steamer comes with a large 8" x 11" steamplate for large work areas and a small 3" x 6" steamplate for small work areas. The 12' cool-touch hose allows the user to work over a large area without constantly relocating the unit.
The steamer is for water use only, so it is environmentally friendly and cost effective to use.
- Fast and simple to use
- Environmentally friendly
- Lightweight, portable design
- Chemical-free wallpaper removal
- Up to 70 minutes of usage time
What is the diameter of the fitting for the steamer attachment for the wager 715? Thanks!
Can I use this unit with 220v?
The steamer only runs for about 40 minutes before stopping. It still has plenty of water but it stops boiling and steaming
What's the difference between the 705 and the 715 models?
Where can I find a replacement fill cap or just the rubber-like pressure relief flap that attaches from the bottom of the cap? One of my children "lost" the pressure relief flap.
I lost my large steam plate for my 705. Would the large steam plate for the 715 fit the 705 hose, and if so could I order one?? I own two of the 705 steamers and have a job coming up that I would like to be able to use both on.
I lost the power plug for my wagner power steamer model 705. Where can I purchase another one?
Hello, I was wondering if you could tell me the thread size and pitch of the hose for this model? Thanks!
Does the power cord for the model 715 wallpaper steamer work for the model 705?
What's the thread of the hose?
Does the 715 model have any accessories such as brush or nozzle attachments? Is there a difference between the 715 and 750 model? Thank you.
I just bought this and it took 40 minutes to heat up the first time. It’s been almost an hour since I refilled it and I’m frustrated. It was unplugged when I filled it. I stopped the unit when the steam stopped. The casing is hot but no steam. ???
Can I get a replacement hose for power steamer 715
Prop 65 Warning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov