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Blow off some steam when you clean

April 22nd, 2014 Category: Office Cleaning

Do smelly and toxic chemicals put you off cleaning the oven? It doesn’t have to be that way! By investing in a steam cleaner you can tackle the hard to clean areas of your home without expending too much effort.

You don’t need to use any noxious or strong detergents to lift dirt and grime as the magical mist produced by the gadget is powerful enough.

There are many ways you can use a steam cleaner to get your home hygienically clean with minimal effort.

Oven

If you can’t see through the glass door and there is an unpleasant cooked grease smell emanating from somewhere deep inside the oven, then it’s time to don the marigolds and get to work.

Instead of coating the it with toxic chemicals, leaving overnight and scrubbing the next day, you can use a steam cleaner to lift away the grime. Use of the glass door and squeegee away the grease for a crystal clear finish.

You must remember to keep the gadget away from the element, as this could stop the appliance from working properly.

Windows

It is often impossible to achieve clean and streak-free windows as cloths and detergents can leave residue behind. This is not the case with a steam cleaner!

Most steam cleaners have a special attachment made especially to clean windows and there is no need to spray any sort of cleaning chemicals onto the glass before you start.

Just place a towel at on the window sill to catch any water or condensation and et voila! You’ll have enviable streak-free windows with minimal effort.

Upholstery 

When was the last time you cleaned the sofa? Normally this would involve pulling all the cushion covers off and throwing them into the washing machine, while you used scrubbed away using an upholstery shampoo.

A steam cleaner can hygienically clean the settee without any scrubbing or the need to remove covers. Use the special upholstery attachment to gently lift dirt and stains, while killing any mites or bacteria that has taken up residence on the sofa.

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