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PostSubject: Interior Steam Cleaner?   Tue 24 May - 16:29

I've gotten sick of looking at the dirty carpets and rear seat in my wagon and was thinking about picking up a small steam cleaner that can do the carpets and the rest of the interior. I came across this little one on Amazon. Anyone have any experience with it or can recommend a good and relatively INEXPENSIVE one?

http://www.amazon.com/Bissell-ProHeat-Compact-Multi-Purpose-14254/dp/B002DNXBUI
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PostSubject: Re: Interior Steam Cleaner?   Tue 24 May - 16:50

Just go rent one from Home Depot for an afternoon. Do the seats and carpets. You'll be amazed how nice it looks afterword.
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PostSubject: Re: Interior Steam Cleaner?   Tue 24 May - 16:55

I use a Bissell Green Machine. Works well.
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PostSubject: Re: Interior Steam Cleaner?   Tue 24 May - 16:59

Looks like the one I posted just... well... green. Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Interior Steam Cleaner?   Tue 24 May - 20:56

I used one like that for about a year before I graduated to a professional one. They work well for what it is, a PART TIME machine.
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PostSubject: Re: Interior Steam Cleaner?   Tue 24 May - 20:57

Krzdimond wrote:
I used one like that for about a year before I graduated to a professional one. They work well for what it is, a PART TIME machine.

That's all it would be. Just something to clean the carpets and then clean the car every so often after that.
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PostSubject: Re: Interior Steam Cleaner?   Tue 24 May - 21:02

These machines also suffer from a SEVERE lack of "lift", or suction. Dry everything with a towel afterwords and you should be fine.

Also, pre-treating increases performance exponentially.
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PostSubject: Re: Interior Steam Cleaner?   Tue 24 May - 21:25

Roberts right about pretreating and you must read the damn instructions which seems to be a
problem for most people.My brothers girlfriend has one and she said the most important thing
was to not let the stain sit and dry.She use to have a small detailing business with her brother
and she handled the interiors.One she did was clean and scrub with the unit posted but used
a shop vac to pick up the water when done.Stanley SteEmer did a great job yesterday and the carpets look like new and I am thinking about getting one of these for emergencys.Nick
Danger,I remembered what you posted HAHA.
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