22 December 2009

Having a Hard Time Cleaning Tile and Grout? Try Steam Cleaners!

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Cleaning tile and grout floors is difficult due to the unique nature of these materials. Tile and grout floors are usually the first choice for high-traffic areas. However, since grout is porous, it quickly accumulates dirt, grime, and stains. As a result, cleaning tiled floors turns into a real chore. Traditional methods of cleaning using a scrub brush, mop, and cleaning chemicals often fail to achieve that gleaming look you expect. This is why you should use the power of steam by using the steam cleaners available from reputable suppliers, like Daimer®.

The KleenJet® Pro Plus 200S from Daimer® is among one of the top steam cleaners on the market today. The advanced and versatile cleaning technologies of this steam cleaner enable it to reach high steam temperatures up to 310°F for quickly dissolving dirt and grime trapped deep within grout. The softened residues can then be easily wiped away. With True Variable Pressure Control, operators can also adjust the pressure levels (up to 75 psi) using a dial to select the right pressure level for the tile cleaning application at hand. As such, the cleaning results offered by steam cleaning equipment are exceptionally superior to the results of a brush and a mop.

The KleenJet® Pro Plus 200S offers superior cleaning results by using dry steam at extremely high temperatures. Since dry steam contains only 5 percent water, you will not have to spend additional time mopping up the excess water after you finish steam cleaning. The super-high steam temperatures generated by these steam cleaners allow you to simultaneously deep clean and deodorize your tile and grout floors. The KleenJet® Pro Plus 200S comes with different accessories and brushes for handling different cleaning tasks.

Quality steam cleaners designed for a host of cleaning operations are available at www.daimer.com.

03 December 2009

What Is the Difference between Steam Cleaners and Steam Pressure Washers?

When looking to find the right steam cleaners, people often come across other types of cleaning machines, like steam pressure washers. Naturally, they wonder what makes these units so different. It is important to understand the difference between these two machines before purchasing, to assure that you select the right machine for the cleaning applications at hand. While steam cleaners are suitable for many commercial cleaning tasks, steam pressure washers are best used for tough industrial cleaning jobs.

Daimer® offers a line of steam pressure washing machines specifically created to deal with the toughest industrial cleaning tasks. Unlike steam cleaners, which only have about 5 percent water vapor, steam pressure washers utilize wet steam for enhanced cleaning power. This high moisture content is ideal for blasting away debris and grease during the cleaning process. The Super Max™ 12800SP is an example of a steam pressure washer that utilizes Super-HOT™ technology to achieve high steam temperatures up to 330°F. These temperatures are effective in readily dissolving grease and other stubborn stains while blasting them away with highly pressurized water.

Since steam cleaners generate very little water vapor in comparison, they are best suited for cleaning hard surfaces, as in commercial kitchens and bathrooms and for spot cleaning carpets and upholstery. Steam cleaners, on the other hand, reach temperatures up to 360°F and can readily sanitize surfaces. Daimer's KleenJet® steam cleaners can be paired with ATIS® anti-bacterial technology or gum removal systems for superior cleaning capabilities. While both steam cleaners and steam pressure washers use the cleaning power of steam, it is clear that they are to be used for different tasks. Visit www.daimer.com for more details on these machines and other cleaning equipment.