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    Steam cleaner - residential

    Hello all

    Firstly, I've read several threads on this forum regarding steam cleaners. I've also researched quite a bit and the best comparative information always leads me back to this site. Even with all the great insights here, I'm still a little confused on which product to get.

    Utility of this machine will be just for me and residential cleaning: general house, some cleaning of personal use vehicles, etc. I think I wouldn't need more than 2hrs, max, for cleaning at any one given time.

    I've narrowed down to the following and would appreciate any quick recommendations based on your knowledge of the products:

    Dupray Tusca
    Vapor Clean Pro 5 (higher temp/PSI than Pro6)
    Vapor Clean Pro 6
    questionable on ChiefSteamer mini -75.. (I haven't found much "independent" reviews other than what's listed on their site)

    The Vapor Clean models, obviously, have a better price point right around $750 vs the Tusca at $997. I don't mind spending the extra $250 if the quality, warranty and service are better.

    Thanks for your input and my apologies for any redundancy in the question.

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    Re: Steam cleaner - residential

    look at the chief 75 I have the chief100 and chief125 both great tools

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    Re: Steam cleaner - residential

    I just ordered a Chief 100. I took advantage of triple points. I like the continuous fill feature, plus it’s a super high quality machine

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