Intersteam Technologies

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Commercial Steam Cleaners

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Quality manufactured steam cleaners, designed to efficiently and effectively clean a variety of surfaces.

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McDonald’s (PG Miller)

“Made cleaning easier and more efficient for staff.

St. Josephs at Fleming

“It is probably some of the best money I ever spent.”

Tim Hortons AB

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Commercial Steam Cleaning

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to commonly asked questions about steam cleaning equipment in our comprehensive FAQ section. Discover the versatility of steam cleaners and learn how they can effectively clean and sanitize various surfaces in your home or business. From understanding how steam cleaning works to getting tips on maintenance and safe usage, our FAQ section provides valuable insights to help you make informed decisions and get the most out of your steam cleaning equipment. Whether you’re a first-time user or looking to expand your knowledge, explore our frequently asked questions and find the information you need to keep your space clean and hygienic with the power of steam.

What surfaces can I clean with steam cleaning equipment?

Steam cleaners can be used on a variety of surfaces, including tile, grout, hardwood floors, carpets, upholstery, and even windows. Always check the manufacturer’s instructions for specific guidelines on suitable surfaces.

How long does it take for surfaces to dry after steam cleaning?

Drying times vary depending on the surface and the amount of steam used. Generally, hard surfaces like tile and hardwood floors dry within a few minutes, while carpets and upholstery may take a couple of hours to dry completely.

Can I use tap water in my steam cleaner?

Most steam cleaners recommend using distilled or demineralized water to prevent mineral buildup inside the machine. However, some models may have built-in water filters that allow the use of tap water. Consult your machine’s manual for specific guidelines.

How often should I descale my steam cleaner?

The frequency of descaling depends on the mineral content of the water you use and how often you use your steam cleaner. As a general rule, descale your machine every 1-3 months or as recommended by the manufacturer.

Can steam cleaners kill bed bugs?

Yes, steam cleaners can effectively kill bed bugs and their eggs when used properly. The steam must reach a temperature of at least 130°F (54°C) and be applied directly to the infested areas for a sufficient amount of time.

How does steam cleaning work?

Steam cleaners heat water to a high temperature, creating steam that is released through a nozzle. The hot steam loosens dirt, grime, and bacteria, which can then be wiped away with a cloth or picked up by the machine’s vacuum function.

Are steam cleaners safe to use around children and pets?

Yes, steam cleaners are generally safe to use around children and pets as they do not rely on harsh chemicals. However, keep children and pets away from the machine while in use to avoid accidental burns from the hot steam.

Can I use a steam cleaner on my car’s interior?

Yes, steam cleaners can be used to clean and refresh your car’s interior, including seats, carpets, and floor mats. Use a lower steam setting and a brush attachment to avoid damaging sensitive surfaces.

How do I maintain my steam cleaner for optimal performance?

To keep your steam cleaner in top condition, follow these tips: empty the water tank after each use, clean the nozzle and attachments regularly, descale the machine as recommended, and store it in a dry place. Always refer to the manufacturer’s instructions for specific maintenance guidelines.

Do I need to use any chemicals with a steam cleaner?

In most cases, steam cleaners do not require the use of chemicals. The high-temperature steam is usually sufficient for cleaning and sanitizing. However, some models may allow the use of cleaning solutions for tougher stains.