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post #1 of Old 08-28-2015, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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Best steam cleaner (for the money)?

Hi i'm looking for ideas on a steam cleaner to clean and sanitize bathroom shower areas. I've seen a few online and they are pretty pricey. I just want to make sure if I invest one I don't end up buying a piece of crap? Anyone out here have any suggestions? Thanks in advance!!!
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post #2 of Old 08-31-2015, 06:00 PM
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This is great!
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These are great ideas dear.
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Bissel Vac & Steam
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post #6 of Old 07-13-2016, 01:42 AM
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Best steam cleaner

Try for review sites which would help you get to decision
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post #7 of Old 08-02-2016, 03:04 AM
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Hi, Vistaclean
I know, how dread than tackling a dirty bathroom? You can compare multiple site selling online Steam Cleaner and can buy affordable one or if possible take a steam cleaner on rent or you can ask your neighbor or friend who has.
Better, You can hire cheap bathroom cleaning company who can help you in that.

Thanks and Regards
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This is great
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Go to Amazon. This site will help you select a best vacuum cleaner.
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post #10 of Old 09-28-2016, 07:26 PM
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My favorite search is "Best steam cleaner 2016" that will bring up some great review sites
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Please specify your place, eco carpet cleaning one of the best option in carpet cleaning virginia beach.
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Just Purchased

I just purchased a Dupray Hill Injection. Should deliver on Thursday. I"ll post my review soon!
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post #14 of Old 12-26-2016, 10:17 PM
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Steamer Review Here

Recently I purchased a Dupray Hill Injection Dry Vapor Steamer.
I've tried it in every cleaning situation I can think of in my home.
It definitely has its place in a cleaning service!
Any place that requires a toothbrush or toothpick to clean, the steamer is 10 times faster and cleans better and deeper.
After cleaning my entire home with NO chemicals, I was tickled to death of the fresh smell of clean!
Cleaning my oven wasn't as easy as advertised. If I would have added chemicals to the mix I'm sure it would have performed well.
I plan on trying vinegar in the injection to see how that does.
I paid $2000.00 for this steamer and I don't regret it. I plan on purchasing a larger one with extraction soon!
I feel that a good commercial steamer will give me the edge in marketing my cleaning service.
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Steam Cleaning Machine

I have a vapor clean unit.
While it heats up quickly and produces a steady stream of steam but lacks:
No water level gauge-- you have to premeasure the added water.
Doesn't clean carpet.
No temperature gauge or meter.
No pressure gauge/meter--the vapormore just has a knob to regulate the steam pressure.
Oven cleaning got poor results compared to Easy Off.
But the unit cleans furniture pretty well and is great for disinfecting floors after an overflow. Tile & Grout it does okay.
I like using it to clean & disinfect restrooms, which is probably my main use for the unit and since business is picking up I may go back to using the unit in some of the bigger buildings.
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My suggestion would be to find a steam cleaner that offers suction, so you could do some carpet cleaning.
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Steam Review

After a month of using my new Dry Vapor Steam Cleaner, I have some more thoughts to share...

The steamer I purchased is a Hill Injection. It has been very dependable and easy to use, but if I were to do over, I would have spent the extra money and bought a Larger unit.

I'm now debating between the: The KleenJet Ultra 5000CV or the
CARMEN SUPER INOX Steam Extractor.

My current steamer has the same PSI and Temperature as the two listed above, the HUGE difference is that the larger units maintain their PSI and temperature unlike the smaller one losing quite quickly. Also, the larger units have extraction which will add many more applications.

I tried cleaning a couple commercial kitchens with the small unit. It did great for a couple minutes, but then I had to give it a couple minutes to build temp and psi back.

The application the smaller unit excels at for me is Commercial Restroom cleaning and house cleaning. Plenty of power for these applications!
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Tile and grout allow stains to penetrate deep, while steam machine remove stains only at the top of the surface. Use Imperia, seeping deep into tile and grout to eliminate all the damages.
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Thanks for great ideas and tips.As far as your query is concerned, in my view you should get in touch with certified janitorial company as they have experienced professionals who can give you amazing janitorial services in within your bucks.
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post #19 of Old 03-29-2017, 01:31 AM
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Good thought you have. Try http://ecocarpetpro.com/ for your cleaning, This site offers great carpet cleaning service in an eco-friendly way at the reasonable price.
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