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    Steamers...

    I'm getting ready to buy a new steamer, what brand do you guys prefer?

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    Re: Steamers...

    Quote Originally Posted by ChadLoew View Post
    I'm getting ready to buy a new steamer, what brand do you guys prefer?
    Do you have a budget in mind?

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    Re: Steamers...

    I have the mcculloch mc1385. I like it a lot.

    Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk

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    Well, I am looking to buy a new one by April. I had a fantastic conversation with Chief Steamer and was highly impressed with how the owner handled the conversation. It helped built a lot of trust into his machine without making a cheesy sales pitch. Customer service is top notch and is very important to me. Plus the machine I want hits all the check marks on my list.

    Here is the one I want:

    Chief Steamer Refill 100 Steam Cleaner

    I also had a conversation with a highly reputable brand of whom shall be remain nameless and I was not sold as much. I understand that they have been in business for 20+ years, but seemed like they were selling on based on the history of the product rather than why their machine should still be considered a great machine.

    Don’t get me wrong. Both are strongly recommended by many detailers, but I need to also believe in the company and make sure I am backed up somehow.

    At the end of the day, what ever steam cleaners Autogeek sells is most likely a great recommendation.

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    That’s the one I will be getting, along with a Mytee. Just waiting for triple points!!!

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    I had a Vapamore MR-100 Primo, only steamer I've ever used so I have nothing to compare it to. But I loved it. The one Dan linked to is obviously like 10x better. But I think unless you have a deep budget you ought to look at a Vapamore or Mcculloch. I used mine a lot before it got stolen. And it did a wonder job getting stains out of customers interior, it heated fast too. It was a dry steamer too, so it didn't leave much moister at all behind. I would LOOOOOVE the one Dan linked to, yikes that looks awesome :D

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    Re: Steamers...

    I recently purchased the Dupray Hill Injection unit and I love it. Loads of steam and never have to wait to refill. I've had it about 60 days and have used it 6-7 times and it has performed wonderfully. My wife loves it for cleaning the grout in our house (we have about 1200 sf of tile in several areas).

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    +1 Dupray Hill Injection

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    I'm trying to keep it under $250.00

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    Re: Steamers...

    Maybe I'm wasting my time with a cheap one??

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