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    Re: Vapor Chief STEAM CLEANER!!

    We own one. It's OK but I wouldn't buy it again.

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    Re: Vapor Chief STEAM CLEANER!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Orosco View Post
    We own one. It's OK but I wouldn't buy it again.

    Sorry for resurrecting a terribly old thread but it ended pretty abruptly with the only complaint about VC that I can find on her. I was hoping that Anthony would still be around and could say which VC model he had and why he was unhappy with it. Here's hoping....!

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    Quote Originally Posted by firstbase View Post
    Sorry for resurrecting a terribly old thread but it ended pretty abruptly with the only complaint about VC that I can find on her. I was hoping that Anthony would still be around and could say which VC model he had and why he was unhappy with it. Here's hoping....!
    I can't even remember the model name as I believe we tossed it in trash.

    The issues we had were no controls at nozzle, it would not run on filtered water and after about 6 months it leaked, loss of pressure.

    I went back to a Vapor Chief steamer. More money but we have had 2 of them now 6 years strong.

    Anthony

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    Re: Vapor Chief STEAM CLEANER!!

    Hi Anthony,

    Thanks for chiming in, hope you, Ron, families and employees are all staying safe and doing well down their in Texas.


    Just to be clear, you went BACK to Vapor Chief brand steam cleaner?


    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Orosco View Post

    I can't even remember the model name as I believe we tossed it in trash.

    The issues we had were no controls at nozzle, it would not run on filtered water and after about 6 months it leaked, loss of pressure.


    I went back to a Vapor Chief steamer.


    More money but we have had 2 of them now 6 years strong.

    Anthony

    Unless I'm confused, in the context of this thread being ABOUT Vapor Chief steamers, it sounds like you're NOT happy with Vapor Chief steamers?


    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Orosco View Post

    We own one. It's OK but I wouldn't buy it again.

    I re-read the thread and don't see where someone injected any other brand to talk about?


    And of course, Vapor Chief changed their name, they are now,

    Chief Steam Cleaners


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    Re: Vapor Chief STEAM CLEANER!!

    And just to add, here's my review and how to back when we first brought this line of steamers in, (2017) and they were still called,

    Vapor Chief


    Review and how-to: Vapor Chief Steam Cleaners by Mike Phillips




    The POWER of steam!





    And YES - Chief Steamers have GREAT attachments and that's just as important as the steam machine. Great attachments enable YOU to use the steam. Crappy attachments, (and that's what all the cheapo steam machines have), don't help you use the power and ability of the steam.



    LOTS OF PICTURES IN MY REVIEW SHOWING THE ATTACHMENTS

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    Re: Vapor Chief STEAM CLEANER!!

    We are good bud, very slow but enough work to get us through a week. Next week? who knows with all this madness.

    My bad, I had stupid fingers when I typed...I meant that we went back with a Therma-Kleen unit. Apologies for confusion.

    Take care,
    Anthony

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