Ugly soap scum not only ruins the look of the bathroom, but also creates the risk of slipping and falling. If left too long on the tile, it can discolor the surface. While manual scrubbing and wiping may remove some of the residue, there is still a large amount left behind. Doing this process by hand is also time consuming. This is why steam cleaners for removing soap scum need to be robust, continuously operating, and powerful. Daimer® stocks machines that have all three features.
Daimer®’s machines have many advantages over competitors’ products. These machines have a durable boiler and a heating element, both made of stainless steel. The low-maintenance boiler requires minimal care, as it is self cleaning. Daimer®’s boilers carry a lifetime warranty, something that most competitors do not provide on their machine parts. The supplier also provides a 90-day warranty on steam irons.
Most of Daimer®’s machines can operate for hours without a break. Steam cleaners fitted with continuous refill technology allow the users to refill the machine, even during operation. In ordinary steam cleaners, you need to shut off the machine, refill the boiler, and wait about 30 minutes for the water to reach a reasonably high temperature. However, with continuous refill steam cleaning machines, operators add water to the refill chamber while the machine is in use. The machine then draws water from the non-pressurized refill chamber to the boiler tank as needed.
Some models, such as the KleenJet® Pro Plus 300CS, also feature a steam iron. This harnesses the power of steam generated by the machine for purposes other than cleaning tiles and grout. Steam cleaners are essential for cleaning tile grout sealer. With new technologies available, Daimer® offers a variety of different steam cleaners to help with everything from light cleaning tasks to industrial cleaning applications. Visit www.daimer.com to learn more about these features.