Many Americans sometimes feel caught between two wants at home and at work. They want to not be surrounded by harmful bacteria, mold, and viruses. At the same time, they want to not be exposed to harmful and harsh chemicals and cleaners. This is important for people at home, at their places of business, and when they are out and about. It has been found that almost 30% of restaurant consumers will refuse to eat at an eatery if the bathrooms are not clean enough. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has identified at least 2,000 kinds of mold and they are all bad for you. Many people around the globe now turn to steam cleaning systems to work their magic in their businesses and homes.
There are a number of reasons homeowners and business managers are turning to steam cleaners to get rid of nasty dirty, germs, and mold. Here are a few:
- Steam is not at all toxic. Unlike harsh cleaners that use toxic chemicals, when you use a steam cleaning system, yo
It is the fear of every restaurant or organization or company where cleaning is at a premium: a customer or employee contracting a nasty bug, whether from a physical contaminant like hair or from biological contaminant like a microorganism. Loss of work and loss of time can cause an organization to reassess its cleaning methods.
Traditional cleaning methods include the obvious spray and wipe, with the spray containing some kind of bacterial killing solution. But a new type of cleaning has risen in popularity within the last decade for organizations that need a good clean–the steam cleaner.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six Americans get sick by consuming contaminated food and beverages. Restaurants, a highly visible part of the organizations