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Whole House Clean

BEDROOM
  • Sanitize Mattress
  • Clean Draperies
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Dust Mites
  • Freshen Clothing
  • Bedroom Windows

FAMILY ROOM

  • Sealed Hard Flooring
  • Patio Doors and Tracks
  • Pet Stains and Odors
  • Window Coverings
  • Coffee Table Stains

 

DEN

  • Laminate Flooring
  • Sanitize Toys
  • Baby’s Changing Table
  • Disinfect Doorknobs
  • Sliding Doors
  • Mirrors and Frames 

UTILITY ROOM

  • Inside of Washer & Dryer
  • Window Screens
  • Pet Cages
  • Litter Boxes
  • Clogged Drains

 BATHROOM

  • Tile & Grout
  • Shower Doors
  • Around the Toilet
  • Bathtub Scum
  • Vanity & Mirror
  • Toothbrush Holder

KITCHEN

  • Ovens & Cooktops
  • Stainless Steel
  • Sinks & Faucets
  • Sealed Hard Flooring
  • Backsplash
  • Baked-On Messes

General Steam Cleaning Tips and Tricks

  • All you need is tap water! Although filtered water is recommended for optimal steamer performance and longevity (especially with hard water).
  • Take time to vacuum or sweep up any loose particles, debris or dirt.
  • Test an inconspicuous area first to make sure the material you are cleaning is color fast.
  • Keep the machine moving so you don’t soak the fabric/material and avoid pressure in one area for too long, especially wood surfaces.
  • When using steam clothes with your steamer, clean the least dirty areas first, which will help keep the cleaning cloth cleaner for a longer time, and avoid smearing dirt on your clean surfaces.

Please check out our FAQ about steam cleaning below! 

How does steam cleaning work?

- Water from the fill reservoir is drawn into the high efficiency boiler where it is super-heated to over 240 degrees. The water vapor (steam) created is pressurized, which allows for penetration of surfaces to loosen embedded grime that cleaning clothes, cleansers and brushes cannot remove.

- Vapor steam is very hot. The heat causes the physical bond between grime and dirt to weaken, which makes clean up much easier. Unlike a towel, steam can penetrate pores and literally lift the dirt out.

What can you clean with steam?

Is steam cleaning safe?

What should not be cleaned with steam?