Vapor Steamer

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I want to buy a vapor steamer to clean upholstery, drapes, leather and cubicle partitions. Can anyone recommend a good steamer that wouldn't break the bank? Thanks
 

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I think the mytee is a decent choice. Check out their site. It's the only vapor steamer I have used though.
 

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i have a mytee vs 1500 maybe used twice in my house to clean bathroom and stove willing to let go for 275.00...pm if interested
 

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it works fine the tank is just to small
 

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I want to buy a vapor steamer to clean upholstery, drapes, leather and cubicle partitions. Can anyone recommend a good steamer that wouldn't break the bank? Thanks
Steve Andrews and I had this discussion just last week via email and I do think he would agree with me that this company here is about as professional as you are going to get. LOTS of choices for you Frank. Hope this helps.

https://www.daimer.com/vapor-steam-cleaners/

P.S. I know very little about vapor steamers, so from here on out, I have no more advice. Steve Andrews is the expert in this field. PM him for some good advice on this matter. Good luck to you.
 

Johnny Bravo

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How do you vapor steam drapes? I've got a vapor steamer and have only recently used it on stainless steel stove and will be doing a BBQ Tuesday. I like it on Hard Wood floors too.
 

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90% of drapery cleaning is Proper Dusting and Dry Soil Removal.

Here is a little clip that is designed for just introducing the information but it will give you a good idea.
Drapery cleaning is very simple and very easy if done with this method and it will easily out clean the Dry Cleaning methods that are promoted and used.

I am just sharing this since it was brought up that there is a way to do this with little effort and a vapor steamer. The email address on the end of this clip is not correct any longer.


Hope this helps at least a little.

SAA