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Steam cleaning has been around for a long time, yet it seems that there are many…who don’t use this method. While it may not be something you use every day, there is certainly a need for it in your toolbox. “Steam vapor” is really a more accurate term for this type of cleaning because it involves very little water content and a lot of heat, so there’s little mess or residue left behind. Here are some of the many ways that you can use steam to clean.

• Cleans the unreachable—anything with a lot of crevices and/or hard to reach areas, especially good on smoke damaged items.
• Cleans in place—useful for cleaning anything that cannot or should not be moved such as very intricate and expensive chandeliers.
• Destroys molds and mildews—especially in cracks, crevices and other areas that might be hard or impossible to get to with chemicals.
• Steam disinfects—it’s faster and more effective than chemical disinfectants in eradicating pathogens like MRSA and many others.
• No heavy equipment needed—these units are light and portable.
• Steam is very green—because you’re using nothing but tap water, steam cleaning is free from any potential side effects that sometimes come from chemical cleaners.
• Steam is inexpensive—once the unit is purchased, all it will ever need is a little electricity and some tap water.

There’s almost no end to the ways you can use steam to clean. Use your imagination and you’ll no doubt come up with many more.

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