Commercial Steam Cleaners

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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Commercial steam cleaners are effective on a variety of office surfaces such as walls, tile, countertops, and carpets. The office place can be a cozy environment for germs, especially mold and mildew in bathrooms, as well as hazardous food-borne bacteria in kitchens. Over time, these substances can accrue to dangerous levels, which is why regular commercial steam cleaning is essential.

Commercial cleaning not only removes particles, but sanitizes and deodorizes at the same time. Moreover, it does this safely, without the use of concentrated chemicals and abrasives that can damage surfaces and do harm to the body's organs. By using little more than a modest amount of water and electricity (in separate elements, naturally), vapor steam cleaners are efficient, effective, and non-toxic.

Parts for Commercial Steam Cleaners

Most commercial steam cleaners are more or less identical, so your decision will come down to price and a few added features. One place you don't want to skimp is your boiler capacity; anything less than two liters and you're inviting trouble. Also, proceeding without a safety cap can be a poor idea. Not only will you allow steam to escape, you can risk scalding yourself as well.

To make your steam cleaning easier, you'll want to select a few extensions and other accessories to get into hard-to-reach nooks and crevices. Bristle brushes, triangles, extension rods, and hoses can help remove dust and grit from window sills and corners, bookshelves and mantels, as well as a host of other perpetually dirty areas. Finally, be sure to search for commercial steam cleaners that are fully backed by manufacturers' warranties on parts and labor. If you can't find a company that stands behind its product line, you don't need to invest in their products.


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