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Uses and Non Uses of Steam Cleaners

Steam cleaners are powerful Cleaning machines capable of cleaning almost any type of hard surfaces. Their main cleaning weapon is high temperature output that can range up to 386°F.

These appliances are very expedient in carrying out many types of commercial and industrial cleaning tasks. Owing to their practicality, they are being widely used in hotels, hospitals, restaurants, and commercial buildings such as shops and malls. There are also some misconceptions about them. This post intends to spell out common uses as well as non uses of steam cleaners.

Cleaning Concrete Floors
The main use of any steam cleaning equipment is to clean various types of surfaces, such as concrete, tile, vinyl or hard wood surfaces. Floor cleaning is on the top of the list in the uses of steam cleaners in both commercial and industrial cleaning tasks. Machines such as Daimer®’s KleenJet® 500VP also feature ATIS® anti-bacterial technology for eliminating more than 99 percent of germs and bacteria on the surface.

Kitchen Cleaning
Kitchen accessories and utensils are prone to stain formation. Stains could be the result of oil spill, liquid spill, or exposure to heat. They are tough to remove because they are hardened due to their exposure to heat. Steam cleaners are the best machines to remove such stains and grime. Their high temperature output removes many types of stains.

Non uses
Steam cleaning machines are not ideal for removing grease from industrial equipment. Instead, heated pressure washers do well. Similarly, these machines are not suitable for cleaning paper, plastic, or linen coated surfaces.

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Uses and Non Uses of Steam Cleaners


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