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Old 02-20-2009, 03:07 PM   #21
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Re: Using a steam cleaner on interior...

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Just curious what kink of problems did you have with the Desidero? The steam works great on mine however the carpet extractor sucks in my opinion. It doesn't hold a lot of solution and the heat runs out quick when you are extracting. The plastic recovery tank is not that good either on it. I was detailing a car and rolled over a small rock and cracked the recovery tank and had to slap plastic cement over it to keep it from leaking. Now it looks like there is a big booger on the tank. I would think it would be more durable than that. But the steamer part of it is great on the desidero. If I had to do it again I would get a Mytee or Aztec for extracting carpet and then a separate steamer like the ladybug for the rest of the interior. It would have cost just a little more to buy separate machines but I think I would have been happier.
that was exactly what others were saying, that it was best to get a seperate vapor cleaner and extractor for the best performance of both.
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Old 02-20-2009, 03:13 PM   #22
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Re: Using a steam cleaner on interior...

im going to use a similar model to the Shark to clean my engine bays. that way i can be direct with the dirty areas and stay away from the more sensitive area with electronics etc..
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buy a good steamer the first time and save yuor self alot of money
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