27 September 2010

Steam Cleaners - Ideal Equipment for Kitchen Cleaning

Kitchen Cleaning Steam Cleaner
A number of companies promote products for cleaning kitchens, including steam cleaners, pressure washers, and even carpet cleaners. A search on the internet will reveal endless information on these machines, their applications, and how they work. However, someone unfamiliar with cleaning equipment may become confused when trying to figure out which machine is best suited for his or her cleaning applications. The following information may be helpful when choosing steam cleaners for kitchen cleaning.

Mode of Cleaning

The first thing to check when buying a machine for cleaning kitchens is the method of cleaning. Different machines have different cleaning methods. For kitchen cleaning, steam cleaners are most often used. They provide moderate pressure levels and high temperature settings for eliminating tough dirt and stains on countertops, ranges, and other kitchen appliances. Carpet cleaners are used for cleaning fabrics and cannot remove grease and dirt from machinery, and many kitchens often do not have adequate drainage or room for the use of pressure washers.

Most of the dirt and impurities found in kitchen are made stronger the more they are exposed to heat. As a result, these stains can be extremely difficult to remove. For removing such heat treated food and liquid stains, a machine that provides high temperature output is necessary. Steam cleaners are ideal for removing dirt and stains from kitchen tops, stoves, machinery, and other areas.

How to Select Steam Cleaners

It is important to select quality steam cleaning machines to achieve the desired results. The best machines from reputable suppliers such as Daimer® can reach temperature levels up to 386°F. In addition, machines such as the KleenJet® 3000CVP include ATIS® anti-bacterial technology for removing more than 99 percent of germs and bacteria on the surface, including E. Coli, MRSA, and Salmonella. The 3000CVP also includes an attached vacuum for easy cleanup of the liquid residue left behind.

Daimer®, a reputable distributor of cleaning machines, provides high quality steam cleaners ideal for kitchen cleaning. For more details, visit www.daimer.com.

13 September 2010

Advantage Steam Cleaners - Fight the Chewing Gum Mess Faster

Chewing Gum Removal
Eliminating chewing gum is often a difficult and laborious task dreaded by many. It is common to find gum residue left stuck on surfaces for years. The longer it sits, the more difficult it is to remove. The introduction of steam cleaners for gum removal has brought about a change in this area. Equipped with the right technology and machines, gum residue can be eliminated in a matter of seconds.

Gum removal steam cleaners typically have a gum removal solution that dissolves the chewing gum. High temperatures soften the gum further. The softened gum residue is then agitated and loosened by a brush. The final step is to use a powerful vacuum that extracts the gum residue.

Using these machines to remove chewing gum has many advantages over traditional methods. The process of removal is much faster with these machines. They reduce labor and lower operating costs. They leave very little to be cleaned up afterwards, further reducing time and labor involved.

Daimer® supplies GUM EXTERMINATOR® systems of various sizes and strengths. For instance, the KleenJet® GUM EXTERMINATOR® Mega 1000CVGP features pressure levels up to 89°F and temperature levels of 320°F. Included with every GUM EXTERMINATOR® machine is Daimer®’s GUM EXTERMINATOR® liquid to further help eliminate gum residue. In addition, the 1000CVGP includes Daimer®’s ATIS® technology, proven to eliminate more than 99 percent of disease causing germs and bacteria often associated with chewing gum residue.

Always purchase machines from reputable suppliers such as Daimer® to ensure you receive quality products and services. For further information on steam cleaners for removing gum, visit www.daimer.com.