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Model # 0282018

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705 128 oz. Wallpaper Steamer

$44.89 /each
  • Easy to clean
  • Fewer refills
  • Uses tap water for easy use

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Model # 0282018

Internet # 204171773

The Wagner 705 128 oz. Wallpaper Steamer helps provide up to 75 minutes of continuous steam for quick wallpaper removal. The 8 in. x 11 in. size steam plate allows you to cover large sections of the wall in a single pass, and the 11 ft. hose helps make the steamer easy to maneuver. The wallpaper steamer uses tap water for easy operation and cleanup.

  • 1500-Watts of power helps provide continuous steam for quick wallpaper removal
  • Uses tap water for easy operation and easy cleanup
  • 128 oz. reservoir tank helps provide up to 75 minutes of continuous steam time for fewer refills
  • 11 ft. hose helps make the unit easy to maneuver
  • 8 in. x 11 in. steam plate for applying steam to large portions of the wall
  • Small steam plate included
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Hose Length (ft.) 
11 ft 
Power cord length (ft.) 
Steam plate length (in.) 
11 
Steam plate width (in.) 
Details
Additional hose attachments included 
Yes 
Case Included 
No 
Continuous Steam Time (min.) 
75 
Decor Product Type 
Wallpaper Accessory/Tool 
Maximum temperature (F) 
200 
Reservoir size (gallon) 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Steam plate weight (oz.) 
12 
Warranty / Certifications
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year 

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I've been watching videos of how to use a wallpaper steamer and they all say to turn off power to the room before steaming. Does the steamer need to be plugged in to work? If so, how would you turn off the power in the room???

Will this steamer work on grass wallpaper?
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if you were overly concerned or not very careful you could run an extension cord from another room.....
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No it won't work if the power is off. Turning off the power is only recommended if you are stupid enough to put the steamer over an electrical outlet or let water drip into one.
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Stripper needs power to work. Need to be careful around outlets/switches.
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The manual for the Wagner steamer does not say you should turn off the power to the room you're working on, but it does say you should not let water drip into wall outlets or light switches. I just kept a towel with me to wipe up dripping water, and I didn't place the steam head directly over any outlets or switches.
The steamer works by heating the glue underneath the wallpaper until it's soft enough Read More
The manual for the Wagner steamer does not say you should turn off the power to the room you're working on, but it does say you should not let water drip into wall outlets or light switches. I just kept a towel with me to wipe up dripping water, and I didn't place the steam head directly over any outlets or switches.
The steamer works by heating the glue underneath the wallpaper until it's soft enough that you can peel off the paper. If your grass wallpaper is glued on like most wallpaper, you should be able to steam it off. You will still have to remove whatever glue is left behind. I used DIF gel for this and it worked like a charm.
Removing wallpaper is messy. I suggest you use a drop cloth to protect your floor and masking tape to keep water and glue remover from getting on the trim. Read Less
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Does this work on all types of wallpaper??

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I just purchased a condo and have no idea what type of wallpaper it is. But after 3 hours of working on it...I only got a 3--4 foot section of wall border off. I have a whole other bathroom to do. Please help!
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we've removed 2 types of wallpaper (one was a border) and plan on using it on a 3rd. we think this steamer will take down whatever you need it for. understand most papers don't come off in one big sheet - after you steam, you may need to help it a little. and with some papers, the steamer will take off the top layer, and then you go back and get the back side of the paper. but it still beats the heck out Read More
we've removed 2 types of wallpaper (one was a border) and plan on using it on a 3rd. we think this steamer will take down whatever you need it for. understand most papers don't come off in one big sheet - after you steam, you may need to help it a little. and with some papers, the steamer will take off the top layer, and then you go back and get the back side of the paper. but it still beats the heck out of the way you're doing it now. Read Less
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June 6, 2016
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The 705 Steamer should remove all types of wallpaper. You may be having a problem because of the glue that was used. Make sure to hold the steam plate up to the wall for at least ten seconds so that the heat will penetrate the wallpaper. If you have further issues you can call technical support.
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We have only used ours on a few of the standard types of wall paper and it has worked well. We intend to use it on a cloth wall covering in the fall. It took a border off with ease.
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Would this remove 5 layers of wallpaper?

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We have two rooms that have five layers of wallpaper, one over another. Will this work to remove all of them?
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We had one area with 3 layers. It sort of came off one or two layers at a time.
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Others have claimed it does.
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I have used this steamer in almost every room of my house and it made every job easier. My kitchen had 3 layers of wallpaper over old paint and this steamer helped get the wallpaper and old paint off. The longer you hold the steamer on a certain spot the easier it becomes to remove excessive layers of wallpaper. The amount of layers shouldn't be an issue, but you may need to do the same area several Read More
I have used this steamer in almost every room of my house and it made every job easier. My kitchen had 3 layers of wallpaper over old paint and this steamer helped get the wallpaper and old paint off. The longer you hold the steamer on a certain spot the easier it becomes to remove excessive layers of wallpaper. The amount of layers shouldn't be an issue, but you may need to do the same area several times to get it all off. Read Less
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how hot does the steam get. Does it kill bed bugs?

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Steam is always hot! When you heat water to a very high temperature, that's when you get steam. I had no problem because I never turned the steamer toward my face or body parts. It'll ruin your hairdo! As for the bed bugs or mites, just wash your bed clothes weekly with very hot water and use a good soap. This includes the mattress pad. I also vacuum the mattress and box springs when I turn my mattress Read More
Steam is always hot! When you heat water to a very high temperature, that's when you get steam. I had no problem because I never turned the steamer toward my face or body parts. It'll ruin your hairdo! As for the bed bugs or mites, just wash your bed clothes weekly with very hot water and use a good soap. This includes the mattress pad. I also vacuum the mattress and box springs when I turn my mattress around so I can sleep on the other side.
NOTE: Recently I needed minor surgery. I was given a special soap to use before retiring for the night and instructed to replace my bed linens with clean sheets! Next morning I had to use the special soap again. This surprised me because I have had both my hips replaced this past year (no clean sheets)! The GERMS are getting stronger!
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The steam gets really hot. So be careful. I don't know if it kills bed bugs though!
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Steam is at least 200 degrees, plenty hot enough to kill bedbugs.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 216 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great!!!!!!! Utter simplicity, good design, well engineered, easy to use, lightweight. It's just a plastic container with an element imbedded in the bottom. No switch even. We had to do a ceiling with two coats of paint over 80++ year old thick paper on plaster. Had to scrape the paint which pulled half the paper thickness off first. The rest almost fell off with the steamer. Only minor improvement could be a more ergonomic handle on the large paddle. Hose length would be fine for walls but for a 9' ceiling I made a steamer platform on my 6' fiberglass ladder & bungeed the steamer to it. I also hung hooks for the paddle. Consider a rolling scaffold and 3' wide roll of disposable kraft paper. MUCH better than renting and cheaper too, considering we have more rooms to do in this 1890 vintage bldg. It's paid for itself already with this ceiling being the first task. Wagner has a winner with this one. March 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It does what it is supposed to do well. This wallpaper steamer works. It gets very hot quickly and puts out a lot of steam. Beware it remains very HOT for a long time after unplugging. June 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good purchase. Worked well,not as fast as a rental steamer but the price is right and you own it. You can work at your own pace on many wallpaper projects. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great little steamer. Scored the wallpaper as wide and half the length of the big steaming pad started at the top and worked my way around 1200sqft in 6 hours with minimal effort and mess. Well worth the money. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pretty darn good first, I have to admit I haven't used this. but my husband steamed off a border and then the paper along the staircase. the only other steamer I had used had been a rental and it was a monster. this is easy to handle, good size with 2 heads. we felt it was worth the money instead of a rental. that way we could do the work when we felt like it. not pressured to get it back to rental. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It works! It's simple but does the job. Made quick removing paper that was not responding to anything else. May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by overall good product Gave this product a 4star only because it didn't remove all of the glue. Overall made the 3 layers of wallpaper fairly easy to remove. I didn't bother with scoring the paper since i thought it would just make the paper come off the wall in smaller pieces. Some reviews said they wished it had a bigger tank but in my case there was plenty of capacity. With some of the glue left behind I applied kilz original (oil based) to seal and prime after removing the wallpaper, then painted with latex after that. Way better than the peel and scrap method! April 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Must Have Item For Wallpaper Removal This product made wallpaper removal a much easier proccess. There was no need to score the paper, just hold the steamer over the paper to loosen the glue and start taking it down. I used this to remove wallpaper in my entire house. I started the old fashion way and quickly decided that a streamer was a must. This product did everything I needed it to do and made my life much easier. The only drawback was that it takes a bit of time to heat up. May 9, 2016
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