Bathroom Cleaning Machines for Eliminating Germs

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Courtesy of Daimer Industries Inc.

Bathroom cleaning machines that are easy to use, powerful, effective, and water efficient are a dream come true for contractors looking for the right tools to clean bathrooms in commercial areas. These machines remove soap scum, algae, mold, and grime from various surfaces in the bathroom. If you are worried about germs, these machines have the answer. Use a machine equipped with bacteria elimination mechanisms to remove as much as 99.9 percent of bacteria from toilet seats, doors, faucets, sinks, showerheads, and tubs. 

Even the most basic bathroom cleaning machines designed for commercial use are more powerful than dry vapor systems used for residential cleaning. These machines have pressure levels of at least 75 psi, and some commercial bathroom cleaning machines have pressure levels as high as 150 psi. In addition to high pressure levels, these machines have very high temperature levels. The best bathroom cleaning machines attain steam temperatures as high as 386°F. 

The vapor steam systems are inherently low flow, as they use dry vapor to clean surfaces. You can either wipe the surface dry with a microfiber towel or you can use a machine with wet vacuum extraction to remove moisture from the surface after cleaning it. 

Vacuum extraction benefits
Vacuum extraction has many other advantages. Machines fitted with dry and wet vacuum reduce the need to manually handle dirt and debris. The contractor need not invest in a separate dry vacuum system. Some machines have the capacity to remove chewing gum wads in addition to other types of dirt. 

Many of the machines with vacuum extraction are able to remove allergens. These steam cleaners have specialized filters called HEPA filters, which are able to entrap particles as small as 3 microns. Pollen, dander, dust mites and similar minute particles cannot be eliminated through regular vacuum cleaning. So, these are removed using steam cleaners with HEPA filters. 

Affordability
Cost effectiveness is another factor you should consider when purchasing vapor steam cleaners. Can you afford to replace the boiler if it stops working? Can you pay for detailing brushes? If not, then you need to purchase a steam vaccum machine with a lifetime boiler warranty. You should also purchase machines with cheap, replaceable detailing brushes. Ideally, the machine should have a boiler made of stainless steel, as it is durable and corrosion resistant. Some vapor steam cleaners have self-cleaning boilers, reducing the possibility of corrosion and eliminating the need for maintenance. 

Detailing brushes are very important to the entire bathroom cleaning process. Different types of brushes are used for cleaning different types of surfaces. While nylon brushes work for soft surfaces, you need a hard-bristled stainless steel brush for harder, grimier surfaces. Many dealers offer vapor steam cleaners with a range of detailing brushes, such as brass, nylon, and stainless steel. They also offer brushes in different shapes and sizes for cleaning large floors, corners, and smaller areas. 

Some commercial steam vacuum machines can operate nonstop. This is a special advantage in high end portable steam cleaners. These commercial steam vacuum machines have automated boiler refilling mechanisms, large water and detergent chambers, and heavy-duty boilers that are well equipped to handle high pressure and temperature. 

Hard surface cleaners are another type of equipment for bathrooms cleaning. These machines have very high pressure levels and motorized spinner wands for removing dirt and heavy layers of grime from large surfaces, such as floors and walls. Hard surface cleaners are the ideal alternative to vapor steam systems, which may not be able to handle heavy buildup of grease spread over large surfaces. 

High-quality portable steam cleaners and hard floor surface cleaners accelerate bathroom cleaning tasks and help achieve faster and better results.

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