How to Steam Pears

All steamed foods are cooked over simmering water, and pears or no different. First, wash, peel, chop, and core your pears. Then, just boil some water, place your pears on top, and wait for your pears to soften. If you don’t have a steamer basket, you can opt to steam your pears in the microwave.(…)


How to Steam Clean an Oven

Steam is a wonderful, natural cleaning tool that works wonders on all sorts of surfaces, including oven interiors. There are two major methods you can use to steam clean your oven. You can either put a pot full of water inside your oven and then heat it up for 20-30 minutes, or use a household(…)


How to Steam a Shirt

Using a handheld or standing garment steamer is a great way to gently smooth out wrinkles and creases from your shirt. You won’t get the crispness of an iron, but you won’t risk singeing the shirt fabric, either. Fill up the steamer with distilled water and hang up your shirt. Start with the stiffer, more(…)


How to Steam Hair

Steaming your hair is a great way to moisturize it. Regardless of which method you use, wash your hair before you steam it, as the steaming process works best on clean hair. Start by covering your hair in your favourite conditioning product. Then, use a hot face cloth and shower caps or a hooded steamer(…)


How to Steam Dresses

Instead of ironing a wrinkled dress, try steaming it! The steam makes the fibers relax, which gets rid of the wrinkles, and the heat kills odor-causing bacteria. Steaming is also a great way to refresh dresses that can’t be laundered frequently. If you have a steamer, you’ll need just a few minutes of time to(…)


How to Take a Steam Bath

The body has 2 ways of removing toxins, through the kidneys and through the skin. Toxins exit the skin via sweat and this is why people use steam baths. Over a period of 5 to 20 minutes in a steam bath, the skin will start sweating out all of the body’s toxins and leave you(…)


Faceted Cubic Zirconia Steam Machine

This machine is an oscillating cylinder steam engine also known as a “wobbler”.The first patented oscillating engine was built by Joseph Maudslay in 1827 and they were typically used for marine applications.This one, however, is the worlds first running oscillating steam engine made entirely out of…By: Hans Meevis Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


Steam Link Arcade

I wanted to build an arcade, but wanted to do something different than the RetroPie bartop arcades I see everywhere. So I designed "The Steam Engine Arcade" to run on a Steam Link (Purchased for $ 5 during a Steam sale) and let my gaming PC do the work. It came out even better than(…)