Steam Hero is a compact device that looks quite like a pitcher but has actually been designed to help you sanitize your entire house with steam. It's specified that the device can be used outdoors, too, and each one comes with six attachments that have been custom-made for various cleaning tasks. After you've got one of these, you may be able to give up cleaning with chemical solutions altogether, since all you'll need to add to this device is water.
The cost of Steam Hero is $39.99 plus $6.99 shipping for a total price of $46.98.
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Before you start using your Steam Hero, you'll need to decide whether adding an attachment is necessary. If you plan on cleaning something flat that isn't completely filthy, like a countertop, all you may need is the standard nozzle of the device. However, if you'll be cleaning fabrics, you'll have to add the microfiber cloth attachment, and you'll require the squeegee attachment to clean glass. The brush tip is ideal for stained surfaces, while the wide nozzle works well on large surfaces, and it's best to use the spray nozzle or extender nozzle to sanitize hard-to-reach objects or areas.
Once you've added an attachment to the nozzle of your device (if need be), the next thing you'll need to do is fill the device with water. This water is what will create the steam that you can use to sanitize certain areas of your home. In order to fill your device, you'll have to remove the blue twist-off lid from the top. Following that, you can either run tap water directly into your device or use a small funnel to mitigate the risk of dribbles.
When your device is full of water, twist its lid back on so that the water won't spill. After that, you can start sanitizing any area of your choice with steam. When you press down on the blue button that you'll find on your device's handle, you'll notice that the nozzle starts to emit steam. If you hold the nozzle about a quarter-inch away from any potentially dirty surface and slowly move it along that surface (without making contact), the steam will destroy the majority of grime there. It may even eliminate dirt that you can't see.
When you're done cleaning, or you want to take a break, stop holding down the blue button so that your device will stop emitting steam. If you're done with your device for the day, store it on a flat surface at room temperature. Each one has a flat base, so it'll rest securely on a table or countertop.
The Steam Hero is blue and white, and all of its attachments are either black or white, so it'll look quite attractive in most bathrooms or kitchens. While you'll likely use yours in other areas of your home, you may find that you most frequently use this device in your eating or bathing area.
This cleaning device offers 1000 watts of power, which means it can deliver a powerful spray of steam to virtually any surface. Due to its power, you may only have to spend a second or two on each square inch of space that needs to be sanitized.
Each Steam Hero is lightweight and compact—about the size of a large pitcher that you'd use for juice in your kitchen—so each one is highly portable. If you need to clean things on your deck or in your yard, it's unlikely that you'll have a problem carrying it outside your home in order to do so. Likewise, most users won't be terribly fatigued by carrying this cleaning tool from room to room in their home.
To clean things effectively with this device, you won't need to add any chemicals to it or spray chemicals onto any of your home's surfaces. Instead, the power of heated water (steam) will do all of its sanitization work. Consequently, you won't have to smell traces of chemicals left behind in the air after you clean, nor will you need to worry about chemical residue getting into the food you make in your kitchen.
As your Steam Hero cleans any surface or object in your place of residence, it'll also act as a deodorizer. Even if an object just smells bad, and you don't think it's particularly germ-infested, it'll be beneficial to steam it with this device. If you use the device everywhere in your home, your guests may no longer pick up on any unpleasant smells that you've simply gotten used to.
The Coronavirus may eventually disappear, but that doesn't mean that other germs won't be hanging around on the commonly touched surfaces in your home. Often, germs that people can't even see can be passed around a household until everyone gets sick, but a thorough house-cleaning with the Steam Hero can help eliminate almost all the germs that are present.
Besides improving the health of your household, using your Steam Hero on a regular basis may also make your home look more attractive. If it has started to look shabby, due to a buildup of dirt and dust, it may almost look like a different home after you use this device to clean various rooms. Moreover, this device can clean things so efficiently that people who procrastinate when it comes to cleaning tasks might even enjoy using it.
You won't need any batteries or electricity to use the Steam Hero properly. All you'll need is water to fill it with and one hand with which you can effectively press the blue button to release steam. That means you won't have to be concerned with keeping extra sets of batteries on hand or running up your electricity bill.
As mentioned, the steam that's emitted by each sanitization device is quite powerful in nature. That won't be a problem if you're cleaning a large, stationary object like a toilet, but if you want to clean small, delicate objects like ceramic figurines or wine glasses, you'll need to be careful. To clean more delicate objects, you should never freely aim your Steam Hero's nozzle at them without holding them securely in place. If you were to do this, they might end up falling over and getting damaged.
If you use chemical cleaning products, you may obtain several different ones each week or each month in order to properly clean different areas of your home. Once you've got a Steam Hero, though, you'll be able to use it to clean almost everything in your home and yard, so you'll no longer need to stock up on those chemical solutions.
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