The Benefits of Steam Cleaning Machines
There are tremendous benefits to owning a steam cleaning machine for your home or business. A steam vapor cleaner can be used to clean any surface in your home. Flooring, bedding, furniture, kitchens and bathrooms will never be any cleaner than with using a professional steam cleaner. Hardwood, laminate and ceramic tile to name a few floor types are cleaned much deeper using a steam cleaner versus the traditional mop or hands & knees technique. It cleans, disinfects and dry's the floor all at the same time, making it much easier on you. The high temperature of dry steam will kill all bacteria and the best benefit of using a steam cleaner is it's all natural. No chemicals are necessary because the steam heat will disinfect and kill all the bacteria. No chemicals means no residue or harmful toxins left behind, only a sparkling clean product for all to enjoy. A steam vapor cleaner with super heated water can melt away grease, grime and build-up while killing mold, mildew, bacteria and allergens deep where they hide. Steam vapor cleaners are completely changing the way we clean by cleaning deeper, healthier and making our lives easier.
How to Steam Clean Hardwood Floors?
Hardwood floor cleaning has never been so easy, it's a simple 2 step process. A steam cleaner on a hardwood floor is completely safe and 100% more effective than a traditional mop.
Fill your steamer with water. We always recommend distilled water to prolong the life of your steamer, though clean tap water is fine.
Plug your steamer in and turn it on. After a few moments it should heat up and when the steamer is ready a light should go on to tell you your machine is ready. Attach the correct floor tool with a clean cloth over the floor attachment. Simply pull your trigger and start mopping the floor and it will be cleaner than ever. Please note that no specific cloth is really needed for the attachment. A simple clean household towel will do the job fine.
Remember not to focus the steam on one spot to long as it may cause damage to the finish of the floor. Normal use in a back and forth motion will prevent any damage from happening. Your floor will dry extremely fast as little water is left behind compared to standard mops. You're ready to go!
How to Clean A Mattress & Kill Dust Mites?
Sleeping on a clean mattress will help you breathe easier and allow you to experience a better night's sleep. Using a steam cleaner is one way of ridding your mattress of dust mites and keeping it clean. A vapor cleaner is recommended as it uses less water and will allow the mattress to dry faster. Simply follow the following steps:
Fill your steamer with water. We always recommend distilled water to prolong the life of your steamer, though tap water is fine. Plug your steamer in and turn it on. After a few moments it should heat up and when the steamer is ready a light should go on to tell you your machine is ready. While the machine is warming up you can strip the mattress of all bedding sheets and make sure that they are washed in hot water before being put back on. Attach an attachment to the end of the wand (a floor tool is fine with a new cloth over the top). Simply pull the trigger and start moving in a back and forth motion making sure not to stop in one area to long as you don't want to damage the mattress. Start from the top and move back and forth till you reach the bottom. Before flipping the mattress make sure to do the four sides of the mattress. When complete perform the same task on the opposite side of the mattress. Allow the mattress to dry for a bit before putting back in place and remaking the bed with the newly washed sheets. You're ready to go!
How to Steam Clean Grout?
Steam cleaning the grout of a tiled floor will leave it looking brand new. A professional steamer will clean the grout 10 times better than an individual could scrubbing and it can all be done with no chemicals, just water in a matter of moments. Follow these simple steps:
Fill your steamer with water. We always recommend distilled water to prolong the life of your steamer, though tap water is fine. Plug your steamer in and turn it on. After a few moments it should heat up and when the steamer is ready a light should go on to tell you your machine is ready. While your machine is heating up you can clear the floor of all furniture and prep it. Add the detail brush to the end of your wand as this will allow you to clean the grout the best. Detail brushes come in different formats and you'll want to make sure to start by using the least abrasive brush first. The Nylon brush tends to be the softest and the steel tends to be the roughest. Start in a private area first to assure proper use and the correct brush. Place the tip of the wand over the grout and begin moving back and forth watching the dirt disappear. Once complete you'll want to take a dry cloth or mop over the tile to remove any excess water. A standard kitchen can be complete in less than 30 minutes leaving the grout looking brand new. As an added touch you can add the floor attachment and steam the tile to complete the overall appearance of the job. You're ready to go!
How to Profit in Your Business Using Steam Cleaning?
If you own a residential or commercial cleaning company, offering steam cleaning as an additional service is a great way of generating additional revenue from your existing customer base. The revenue opportunity is large and the opportunities are many. Residential customers love this service in their homes and the commercial opportunities are endless. You can offer this in nursing homes, hospitals, restaurants, hotels, super markets, offices and apartment buildings. Inside homes this can be used in bedrooms on mattresses, kitchen cabinets, refrigerators, stoves, floors, bathroom sinks, toilets, tubs and much more. You can sanitize any possible area and cut through grease in seconds.
The marketing of this business can be as simple as offering a free demonstration to your existing clients and the results sell the service for you. The revenue potential is as large as you want it to be. The typical charge for offering this service is what the market for the area can bare. Typically the average service charges $.50 per square foot with roughly 120 square feet of cleaning being able to be completed per hour. (That's $60 per hour for a machine that can be run by one person) Most services have a minimum service charge for the smaller jobs. Typically 5 or 6 jobs alone will pay for a great commercial steam cleaner that will produce tremendous future revenue as machines that are well kept last very long. You're ready to go!
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