Introduction to steam cleaners

The steam cleaner uses a microfiber cleaning cloth attached under the main unit of the steam cleaner to absorb stains, grease, dust and remaining moisture on the floor surface that have been dissolved and separated by steam. Because the ultrafine fiber in the cleaning cloth has a diameter of only 0.3μm, which is only 1/10 of silk, it has extremely strong decontamination and water-absorbing properties. It does not cause any damage to the surface being wiped, and does not cause the shedding of cilia common to cotton fabrics; it is easy to wash, easy to dry and durable. And the microfiber cloth is composed of hook-shaped microfibers, which can more effectively capture dust particles as small as a few microns, and the effect of decontamination and oil removal is more obvious.


Steam cleaners do not use any chemicals and only use a small amount of tap water to clean and sterilize, saving water and electricity. They are a healthy and environmentally friendly household product. Steam cleaners are suitable for solid wood floors, laminate floors, ceramic tiles, marble, glass panels, foam pads, etc. Unlike mops, which are directly cleaned with water, steam cleaners use fine steam particles to clean. Not only do they have high cleaning efficiency, but the steam evaporates quickly and will not leave excessive water stains like mops, causing floor deformation and corrosion. ; And it can clean, sterilize and disinfect ceramic tiles and floor gaps, and prevent discoloration caused by mold in ceramic tile gaps.
Generally, steam cleaners are equipped with a sterilization tray, which is specially designed for textile products such as carpets, mattresses, and sofas. Installing the sterilization tray on the main unit of the steam cleaner can conveniently sterilize these cloth products and kill the breeding of them. Mites on cloth items.