Goodbye Chemicals, Hello Steam!

What’s more natural than water? With chemicals present in our day-to-day lives, steam is the natural, toxin-free and environmentally friendly method of getting things clean. With temperatures that reach up to 140°C, it uses the combined power of water and heat to sanitize and clean simply and efficiently.

As our world starts to move away from the overuse of chemicals in our homes, people look for more natural ways to clean. That’s where steam comes in. Steam can replace the harsh cleaning agents that we use in our home. Any room and surface in your home can benefit from its wonderful and natural cleaning power, including tiled bathrooms, carpeted rooms and even upholstery. Great for commercial cleaning as well, a steam cleaner is an indispensable tool for hospitals, offices and restaurants.

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All you need to do is add water and you can start steaming everything around your home, indoor and out. Windows, carpets, upholstery and outdoor.

Clean plastic toys with confidence, knowing your child won't be inhaling harsh cleaning chemicals. Instantly disinfect surfaces that your children and animals come in contact with.

Using only tap water eliminates plastic waste such as bottles and no fumes are released into air. No more soap or other chemicals down the drain either!

Steam cleaning kills 99.99% of bacteria. This includes E.coil, Staph bacteria, Salmonella, molds, bacteria, virus, and other dirty things lurkking around the house.

Harsh chemical cleaners have been known to cause respiratory distress among allergy-sufferers and those with scent-sensitivity. Steam can safely eliminate dust mites and other allergens without triggering an allergic reaction.

Did you know? The average North American family spends between $40 - $50 a month on cleaning supplies. That's around $600 a year!

WHAT CAN I CLEAN WITH STEAM?

USE STEAM TO LIMIT SPRING SNEEZING

Those without allergies during hay fever season may delight in seeing trees and flowers blooming, yet if you suffer from seasonal allergies and are sensitive to pollens from trees, grasses and airborne molds then spring is rarely a walk in the park.

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EVERYBODY LOVES A (CLEAN) BARBECUE

Much as we love a backyard barbecue in the summertime, when the hot weather subsides, very few people rush to clean their barbecues. Many people scrub their grills with an assortment of abrasive pads, brushes and liquids to remove layers of grease and build up. Yet these methods are not only time-consuming but some could impact your family’s health if the cleaning products are potentially toxic.

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ARM YOURSELF FOR FLU SEASON: TIPS FOR AVOIDING INFECTION

With winter knocking at the door, and pool parties, barbecues, and vacations now only a memory of the summer that was, many people are spending more time inside—whether at work, school or at home.

For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, increased exposure to colds and flus typically accompanies this shift. During this period of cooler temperatures, cases of influenza increase almost tenfold, peaking in December when kids bring germs home from school, and again in January or February when the coldest temperatures of the year set in.

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KEEPING YOUR DORM ROOM CLEAN WITH STEAM

While cramming for midterms or writing essays some college students may not see dishes piling up, dust on the furniture or the past week’s dinners ground into the kitchen floor. Yet there are those students who just can’t focus on schoolwork if their living space isn’t clean and tidy.

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STEAM CLEANING POOLSIDE DURING THE SUMMER

There’s nothing quite like relaxing by the pool to beat the late Summer heat. Although if you and your family spend a lot of time swimming and sunbathing in your back yard or patio area, chances are that the surfaces around your pool—whether ceramic tiles, concrete, or paving stones, could use a good cleaning.

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ELIMINATING PET ODORS AND RESIDUES FROM YOUR HOME

Acknowledging the chaos of everyday life, comedian Roseanne Barr famously quipped, “Excuse the mess, but we live here.” Somehow that mess seems to increase when pets come into the picture. Whether feathered or furry, our pets also bring with their love and affection allergens, odors, and stains, adding a whole new level to household cleanup.

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FIVE WAYS TO CREATE A PEACEFUL OUTDOOR OASIS

Whether you have a patio, balcony or backyard, the outside area of your home should be your sanctuary, a private retreat from outside daily stresses. With that in mind the last thing you want it to be is a headache to get it looking—and feeling—just right.

“People are discovering that they need to bring balance, wholeness, and serenity into their lives, and a garden is one of the best ways to do that,” says Linda Wiggen Kraft, an artist, garden designer and writer based in St. Louis. Her work focuses on creating garden spaces to cut down on stress in people’s lives.

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GETTING YOUR OUTDOOR SPACE SUMMER READY

When spring arrives and the days grow longer, the last thing you want to do is clean. Yet after winter your outdoor space usually isn’t fit for you to enjoy let alone to entertain in.

The BBQ requires scrubbing, the yard should be raked and the deck or patio could do with clearing of winter debris and washing. The patio chairs and table that you carefully stored away in the garage or shed last year beg a thorough wipe down.

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TAKING THE CHORE OUT OF CLEANING A CHILD’S BEDROOM

Children tend to accumulate so much these days—trinkets, paper, stuffed animals. With the advent of low-cost plastic toys, there is more than ever in their rooms.

Yet today, helping a child tidy his or her room isn’t just about putting clothes, toys, and other items in their proper place. Information published from the 2014 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) reports that 8.4 per cent of children in the U.S. under 18 years of age suffer from hay fever, while 10 per cent deal with other respiratory allergies such as allergic asthma.

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TAKE CONTROL OF SPRING ALLERGIES!

Did you know May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month? Along with the warmer weather and longer days, springtime can bring runny noses, watery eyes and seasonal sneezing– a peak time for many asthma and allergy sufferers.

From the ceremonious spring cleaning to blooming flowers and thriving trees, the season can trigger allergies caused by culprits both inside and outside the home. Don’t let allergens such as pollen, mold, dander or dust mites make you suffer and spoil your spring fever.

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BED BUGS MOVE ALONG WITH COMMUTERS

Bed bugs are the pest-world’s globetrotters. They can attach to a person or their belongings and travel as far and wide as their host. And they make their way through public transit systems without even paying fare! Government health officials across North America and the world are on notice: Paul Wenning, with the Franklin County Public Health in Ohio agrees, “Bedbugs are a common enough phenomenon in Columbus that you can pick them up at the bus… Anyone can get bedbugs.”

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