I just got mine last night, I've already been using a whole bunch. I used the squeegee attachment to clean the sliding glass door. It was awesome! i didn't even have to wipe it down! I've cleaned the sink, the washer & dryer and a patio table.
Depending on the surface you'd use it in the same manner as a normal spray. steam the area you want to clean & it'll loosen everything up, then you just wipe it down! I took my a step further. I'm testing it out to see how well it kills weeds! They have giant commercial 'weed steamers', so I figured why not try one of the hand held ones!?!?
Steamed a bunch of weeds this afternoon, we'll see how it goes. I hope it works cause it was nice not having to worry about my dog being out & me spraying anything harmful!
My cleaner came with several attachments, but there was no instructions to describe how they are to be used. I'm really looking for the particular attachment that allows me to iron my curtains.
I bought one of those too. I have a parrot and it makes short work with cage cleaning. Removes poop from all the crevices with ease. Now I don't have to wait for a hot sunny day and lug his huge heavy cage outside to hose it down. Plus I dont' have to use any type of cleaner. They are so toxic and the steam does it all.
It is great to do the tracks in your patio doors and tracks of the windows.
I've had no luck using the steamer. The steam may kill germs, but it blows the nasty gunk everywhere, YUCK. Good Luck!
one of the things i do that makes a HUGE HUGE time saver...is gettin the hand held steam cleaner...AND our floor steam cleaner....an use both to defrost the freezer...use the hand held to melt the build up...an the floor to suck it up fron the hand nozzel....makes an normal all day job done in bout 2 hours ...............another thing i use mine for is cleanin in the laundry room makes your washer an dryer where ya have all the groves around the dials shine like new...also works wonders on your stove nobs too
I too would like ideas on using a hand held steamer as I bought one and haven't even tried out yet. I have seen them demonstrated on TV tho and looks like you can use for all sorts of purposes. They showed even using an attachment and getting off soap scum on shower doors. I am hoping to try it on tile grout. I don't see why it wouldn't work there and probably wouldn't require much effort on my part. There must be someone out there that uses one regularly and can give us some hints! Thanks!
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