Learn about vapor steam cleaning
Flooring: sealed wood flooring, tile, parket, linoleum, grout, carpet, rug, and vinyl.
Bathrooms: fixtures, porcelain, shower doors, sinks, countertops, tile, group, mirrors, tubs, and even the toilet.
Living Room/Bedrooms: Upholstered furniture, blinds, and curtains.
Kitchen: can clean stainless steel appliances and surfaces without all the special chemical polishing agents, dissolves greases on ovens, stove tops and burners with ease, restores shine and removes wax build-up, and can clean refrigerators, freezers, coolers, and microwaves.
Industrial Kitchens: cleans and sanitizes food service and preparation areas.
Automotive/Boats/RVs: deep cleans and freshens fabrics, easily cleans vinyl, leather and cloth, eliminates odors from pets, smoking, molds and mildews, cleans hard to reach places like dashboards, vents, armrests, and cup holders, and removes wax and other compounds from chrome, moldings and bumpers.
No harsh chemicals are used. This helps not only our environment, but helps our own health and saves you money since you don’t have to buy chemicals to put in the units. With no chemicals being used, this also means steam cleaners are safe for the chemically sensitive to use. Studies show that over 3 million people each year are poisoned by their cleaning products; why even risk it?
They are eco-friendly in using only water and heat to clean which means no empty cleaning bottles to dispose of. They don’t leave behind toxic residue or stain clothing like some cleaning agents can. They kill bacteria and germs. Bacteria such as e-coli, listeria, and salmonella are killed upon contact with the use of steam cleaners, as well as viruses, mildew, and dust mites. They are very versatile and with the right attachments can be used nearly anywhere on any surface. Eliminates allergy triggers such as smoking, dust and dust mites, chemical residue, plants, animals, mold and mildew, and food.
Yes. It can kill bed bugs in all stages of development, including the eggs. Bed bugs are killed at any temperature over 120° F.