Choosing whether a carpet cleaner or steam cleaner is best suited for cleaning carpets depends on your requirements. Carpet cleaners are designed for cleaning entire carpets and other upholstery. However, if your cleaning needs are limited to cleaning a few spots, one of Daimer’s® top steam cleaners will work just as well, while providing you with the flexibility to tackle a range of hard surface cleaning tasks.
Daimer®’s top steam cleaners will remove a variety of small stains from your carpet. These include food stains, wine spills, and mud. If your carpet has persistent odors, you may use a steam cleaner to spot clean areas and help eliminate the source of the odor. Daimer®’s top steam cleaners use dry steam with little water content. Therefore, carpets are not left overly wet.
Many of Daimer®’s top steam cleaners use state-of-the-art technology to not only remove stains but also eliminate allergens and germs. For example, KleenJet® Supreme 3000CVP eliminates more than 99 percent of germs from the surface using Daimer®’s unique ATIS® technology.
In addition, this machine contains a HEPA filter, which entraps particles as small as 3 microns. These particles, including spores, pollen, dander, dust mites, and dust, are not released back into the air during cleaning, as is the case with most regular vacuum cleaners and steam cleaners. This way, these allergens are completely removed from the area.
Daimer® also recommends using green cleaning chemicals along with top steam cleaners used for spot cleaning. Such chemicals as Eco-Green® Carpet Care & Upholstery Cleaner are safe for the operator, surface, and environment. Visit www.daimer.com to learn more about Daimer®’s cleaning products.