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Stubborn and greasy dirt is loosened and liquefied by the steam in seconds. In particular, you can influence the pressure with the help of suitable accessories, so that you can optimally use the steam flow and the high temperature for cleaning.
It is best to use distilled water for your appliance, as limescale and particles from tap water can build up and clog the steam nozzles.
Before using it, you should pay attention to the heating time of the steam cleaner, because the steam needs a few minutes to work effectively. Once your unit has warmed up, you spray targeted hot steam with pressure and carefully go over the area to be cleaned with the cleaning brush or similar device.
After treating the dirty area, you'll need to pick up the loosened dirt with the mop cover on your cleaner or a separate cloth, depending on the power of your steam cleaner.
When it comes out of the nozzle, the steam has a temperature of about 80 to 100 degrees Celsius, so you can easily loosen dirt with hot steam. However, with steam cleaners that are used professionally in industry, the temperatures can be higher.
Extension tubes or attachments for the cleaner extend the distance to the hot steam, so you don't have to worry about burning yourself on your appliance if you use it properly.
Alternatively, you can also choose household vinegar to remove limescale deposits from your steam cleaner. To do this, pour vinegar into the container of your steam cleaner and leave it in for 24 hours to allow the vinegar to work its magic. Afterwards, rinse the steam cleaner thoroughly with clear water several times.
If you don't want to bother with descaling, you can also buy a steam cleaner that cleans and descales itself automatically. With the help of a descaling cartridge, the water is automatically and effectively descaled.