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Best Steam Cleaners - Karcher SC2 Multi-Purpose Steam Cleaner, 1500 W, 3 Review Kärcher
9 . 7
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9 . 5
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Best Steam Cleaners - Kärcher SC1 Premium Steam Cleaner, Handheld and Steam Review Kärcher
9 . 1
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9 . 0
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8 . 7
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8 . 4
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Best Steam Cleaners - Vax S86-SF-CC Steam Fresh Combi Classic Multifunction Steam Review Vax
7 . 8
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Best Steam Cleaners - H2O Thane HD 5-in-1 Steam Mop (Extra Version) Review H2O
7 . 4
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Best Steam Cleaners - Kärcher SC2 EasyFix Steam Cleaner Review Kärcher
7 . 3

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Your Guide To Buying a Steam Cleaner

By Nicole Blanckenberg

    The major benefits of steam cleaners are that they don’t use detergents and that their powerful steam can cut through grime and blast away dirt efficiently. From upholstery to mattresses and from tiles to windows, there is a lot this popular household appliance can do. But which one to choose out of so many options? That is why Comparaboo is here! There is a steam cleaner for every need and for every budget, and to help you decide, we have put together this shopping guide!

    There are three main types of steam cleaners that differ in size and function. There are also pressurized and unpressurized steam cleaners, depending on whether your needs are commercial or domestic. To help you compare them, here is an explanation of each:

    Mop Steam Cleaners: Designed to give your floors a professional clean, these cleaners heat up quickly, are easy to use and a great way to get your floors super spic and span with less effort than regular mops.

    Handheld Steam Cleaners: These are very portable steam cleaners which are easier to store and good value for money. Handheld steam cleaners come with various attachments making them perfect for small jobs around the house like cleaning tiles, windows, ovens and even your sofa!

    Cylinder Steam Cleaners: Their larger water storage means that these steam cleaners are perfect for those big jobs. Requiring less refilling and offering lots of attachments, they are able to clean floors, mattresses, ovens, taps and your whole living room set, efficiently.

    Pressurized Steam Cleaners: Steam cleaners with pressurized cleaning systems are found in commercial steamers and are used for those very tough industrial surfaces. Their steam blasts offer a powerful punch to clean away heavy duty dirt and grime.

    Non-pressurized Steam Cleaners: Steam cleaners with non-pressurized cleaning systems are used by most home steamers. They are great value for money and are safe to use around the home.

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    1. Attachments: Owners rate their steam cleaners much higher when they include multiple attachments and brushes. The more attachments that are included with your steamer, the more surfaces you will be able to clean and the more use you will get out of it, making it great value for money.
    2. Heating: Reviewers prefer their steam cleaners that heat up quicker and this saves them much valued time. If this is an important factor for you, choose a steamer with a smaller tank or check bigger steamer reviews to see which ones are rated high on heating speed.
    3. Moisture: Steamers differ in the amount of moisture they leave behind after cleaning and therefore the more towel drying you have to do. The less moisture they leave, the better their reviews are. Looking for steam cleaners with steam vacuums included ir fast-response trigger, these will leave you a lot more satisfied.
    4. Steam: Regardless of tank size, reviewers love steam cleaners that make economical use of their water to provide even more steam for even longer. How much water a cleaner uses when converting the water to steam is an important consideration, so look for a steamer that’s known for going a long time on one tank of water.
    • To ensure your steam cleaner is durable, look for one with a tough stainless steel boiler, and ideally a replaceable heating element. Heating elements are often eroded over time, and if you can replace yours, you will make sure you get many more years out of your cleaner.
    • Consider the attachments that are included when buying your steam cleaner. A lot of cleaners include multiple attachments to make your cleaner more versatile, allowing your clean more surfaces and giving you more clean for your dollar.
    • When choosing the size of your steam cleaner, think about your needs. Smaller tanks heat up quicker and are more portable. Larger tanks will ensure more cleaning before you have to refill and reheat.
    • Mobility is an important thing to consider when buying your new steam cleaner. A handheld model is lightest and more mobile for quick jobs, and a pull around model is easier when cleaning your floors or many areas around the house at once."
    • Buying a steam cleaner that shuts off steam as soon as the trigger is released will mean a lot less excess water left behind after cleaning. Alternatively look for cleaners that have a steam vacuum. These suck excess moisture into a tank for extraction and allow you to clean without having to wipe away excess water.
    • The power of a steam cleaner is measured in watts. For most household items, a 1000 watt system will be sufficient. The higher the watts, the more powerful your steamer will be. For tools, boats, or bikes for example, you will need a unit with higher wattage than 1000.
    • Anti-calc filters are built into some steam cleaners and are recommended if you are using hard water in your cleaner. High quality steamers will have longer lasting filters for less regular replacing.
    • Get more control out of your steam cleaners with the Steam Volume Control. These allows you to adjust steam levels quickly between surfaces. You can choose the amount of steam that will be extracted, and therefore the amount of moisture left behind.
    • A steam cleaner with a continuous water refill feature will save you a lot of time. These include two tanks, one for cold water that can be refilled during cleans and the second being the boiler that converts the water to steam.
    • For neater storage, look for a steam cleaner with cord clips, a locking handle, and attachments that can be stored in or on the unit itself when not in use.
    • When choosing your steam mop, a swivel head for your steam mop will mean you can move quickly and easily around objects. A mop that reclines will mean it can flatten to clean underneath furniture.
    • For carpets, play mats and rugs, look for a specific head that is designed to clean this kind of surface.
    • Using a pocket steamer to pre-clean your floors before steam cleaning will loosen dirt and leave your surface much cleaner.
    • To save you money, look for steam mop cloths that are machine-washable to make them last longer. Also compare replacement costs to make sure replacing will be cost effect.
    • If you are looking to spot clean your carpets, it is possible to use a steam cleaner for a specific area. But for a bigger cleanse, it is safer on your carpets to use the dedicated carpet cleaner.

    McCulloch: McCulloch started in 1943, and has been engineering and manufacturing popular steam cleaners since 2005.

    HAAN: The Wall Street Journal named founder Romi Haan one of "The Top 50 Women to Watch." Of Korean homes that steam clean, 3 out of 4 use her company’s steam cleaning products.

    SteamFast: Launched in 1999, SteamFast focuses on quality by producing just steam cleaning products.

    Wagner: Wagner SprayTech Corp. is a subsidiary of Wagner Holdings Inc., which manufactures air and gas compressors and steam cleaners. They also make painting equipment for consumer to industrial applications. They are based in Minneapolis, MN.