Steam Mops

Office Cleaning North Sydney

Most cleaning uses chemicals of some sort, but disinfectants, detergents, sanitizer, bleach and other chemical cleaners can be unhealthy or environmentally harmful. Alternative ways of cleaning are always welcome. Two modern options are microfibre cloths and steam mops.

Steam mops appeared on the market in the early 21st century. They soon proved reasonably popular.

Part of the appeal of steam mop is their ability to fight bacteria and mould without the need for chemical cleaners. The heat of the steam did a very effective job of killing dust mites, mould and bacteria; often this was more effective than most chemicals. And the small amount of water used quickly evaporated, doing no harm on most materials.

Of course there are some surfaces that cannot be cleaned with steam mops because they will be damaged by the heat. It might be best not to use steam mops on wooden floors as the combination of heat and moisture might cause the timber planks to warp.

Steam mops look to be a great cleaning option for bathroom and kitchen tiles, laminate, vinyl, linoleum, stone, and other hard floor materials.

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Environmentally sound cleaning is the best option. Keep the office immaculate, and know that the long term health of the ecosystem is being looked after.

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