Steam Cleaners are normally associated with hard surface Cleaning. With their high out put temperature, these machines melt even the toughest stains from hard surfaces such as concrete floors, hard wood surfaces, and vinyl surfaces. However, these machines may also be used to clean some other surfaces such as windows and screens. However, operators should be careful while using Steam Cleaners for cleaning windows. Here are a few tips that would help.
Beware of Heated Output
A good quality steam-cleaning machine gives a high Temperature Output. Some of the latest machines in Daimer®’s KleenJet® series provide a steam temperature as high as 386°F. Such a high temperature output can melt softer surfaces, such as carpets, unsealed wood, and curtains. Therefore, one should remove all the soft substances near the window before using steam cleaners for this purpose. Curtains, plastic substances and paper-coated material must be kept away from the output of these machines.
Use a Squeegee Tool
Steam cleaners melt and dissolve almost any kind of stain and dirt on windows and screens. The hardest part of cleaning windows is removing the dirt residue. Using brushes or towels is time consuming and laborious. The best option is to use a squeegee tool, offered with many KleenJet® machines. It makes the cleaning of windows and screens faster and easier.
Select Good Machines
Another important thing is to choose the right kind of machine. A number of steam cleaning machines are available on the Internet.
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