Although Jiffy can be found around the world, the company prides itself on offering only American-made products. Every handcrafted Jiffy Steamer originates from Union City, Tennessee where it’s assembled with only the finest, American-made components.
Jiffy makes no compromise in the engineering and construction of its products. Stainless steel, die-cast aluminum, machined brass, copper, incoloy and silicone-braided, color-coded wiring comprise Jiffy’s products. These high-quality materials are simply not found in competitors’ products.
After a 52-step assembly process, every unit undergoes rigorous, comprehensive quality assurance testing before leaving the Jiffy factory. As a testament to uncompromising craftsmanship of products, Jiffy offers an industry-leading three-year warranty on its products, giving customers even more confidence in the quality of everything Jiffy makes.
Big names in fashion and other industries choose Jiffy’s high-quality steam products and solutions to deliver results quickly and easily.
"This thing earns 5 stars and more. It's built like a tank, simple to operate, heats up in minutes, cranks out a steady flow of steam."
"This is the most amazing device ever, and Jiffy really made a fantastic product here."
"This machine rocks!! I've had it about 2 months, and it's gotten tons of use already... It heats up literally in seconds, has a large water reservoir, and just performs like a workhorse."
"This is a great little steamer. Solid construction. Easy to use. I'm new to steaming and I had no idea how effective it is. It's perfect for those relaxed fabrics, just wave the wand over it a few times and all the wrinkles are gone."
"I would like to tell you how refreshing it is to be able to call Jiffy Steamer and actually have someone answer the phone. I spoke with James and he was very kind and knowledgeable, assuring me that he would do his best to have my product repaired/replaced and turned around the same day it was received...I certainly don't think it's a coincidence that you've been around since 1940."