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Differences Between A Carpet Cleaner And A Steam Cleaner

By Ted Johnson

Cleaning takes a lot of different cleansers in order to do a good job, right? Wrong! It simply takes the right tools to do a good job and ensure everything is clean. There are a lot of different tools that can be used to clean with like a broom, mop, furniture polish and cloth, scouring liquids and bleach. You do not really need all of these chemicals and cleansers to thoroughly clean a home, you simply need a steam cleaner.

There are a number of cleaners that use steam to clean that varies in size. Some are industrial machines that are intended to be used on floors in hospitals and nursing homes for sanitizing their surface. This type of steamer can be expensive depending on the size you choose. Other cleaners such as hand held versions are really quite inexpensive.

Many people simply think it is water that is being used and in some regards this is true. However, there is more to using water than just filling it up from the tap. Some manufacturers recommend using distilled water because of the purity it offers. Distilled water is free of contaminants so there is less likelihood of leaving a film or bacteria behind.

There are many benefits to using a steamer for cleaning. They make a great sterilizer for bathrooms, kitchens and even toys. The steam penetrates porous surfaces so stains are released much easier and they are instrumental in removing allergens. Many people mistakenly think that carpet cleaners use steam to help clean the carpet.

Steam cleaning carpet machines are a common misconception. They do not actually use steam but simple hot water instead. The hot water is forced down into the carpet fibers to loosen the dirt and then a vacuum is used to pull the water from the fibers. A steamer actually heats the water to the boiling point in order to produce steam. Both machines use water but the steamer uses much less than a carpet cleaner.

Many people find that steam cleaners are instrumental in removing mildew and molds from bathroom tile. It also helps kill the mold spores so that it is more difficult for it to grow. They easily release soap scum from tile as well as sanitizing toilets and bathtubs in guest rooms.

Another benefit of using this type of cleaner is the fact they can be considered a green tool for the home. This is because it does not use chemicals to clean with, kill dust mites, bacteria and germs that could be living in your home. This is the most effective way of freshening bedding and upholstery, drapes and other fabrics as well as removing most allergens within the home.

If you trying to determine the best way to thoroughly clean your home, consider using a steam cleaner. They have quickly become popular not only for homeowners but for businesses as well. They are both economical and effective at cleaning all types of surfaces around the home.

Ted Johnson owns a cleaning company. He uses the best steam cleaner at home and keeps a best steam cleaner review blog to write about how to choose a steam cleaner and review all the steam cleaners he tried.

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Johnson, Ted "Differences Between A Carpet Cleaner And A Steam Cleaner." Differences Between A Carpet Cleaner And A Steam Cleaner. 26 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 29 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/differences-between-a-carpet-cleaner-and-a-steam-cleaner/>.

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