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The Dirt Dudes

The Dirt Dudes
The Dirt Dudes

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Weekly... Not Weakly!

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Super Smart and Super Safe
  • How would my family's health benefit from super steam cleaning?
    Bacteria, viruses, and mold are rampant in bathrooms, and these pathogens can cause many a malady, including irritation, allergies, infections, and a wide variety of illnesses. The “toilet plume” aerosol effect (see above videos) is just one of the reasons why your bathrooms harbor innumerable harmful germs... and steam cleaning is the ultimate way to eliminate these tricky and nasty pathogens. While microorganisms' protective biofilm can resist powerful cleaning chemicals for prolonged periods, deep steam cleaning successfully extracts and destroys pathogens lurking on all bathroom surfaces, visible or not!
  • How often should my bathrooms be "boiled" with super steam?"
    While a limited number of our clientele opt for either very regular or quite irregular cleaning services ("Daily Deluge" and "Intermittent Irrigation," respectively), the vast majority of our clients choose to choose our more common and consistent frequencies of "Weekly Wonderment" or "Monthly Miracle." Deep steam cleaning of the entire bathroom is recommended as frequently as realistically possible for your budget and lifestyle. In any regard, compared to conventional cleanings, super steaming half as frequently is still at least twice as good! :-)
  • How does steam cleaning work?
    Steam cleaning uses a powerful combination of high heat and pressure. Tiny, hot vapor molecules penetrate the pores of surfaces, and as the molecules cool, they expand and force out any particles that don’t naturally belong on the surfaces, including dirt, debris, grease, grime, and microorganisms. The extreme heat kills bacteria, viruses, mold, and fungi, and the extracted and destroyed particles and pathogens are then eliminated.
  • Is steam cleaning better than conventional cleaning methods?
    YES! Unlike conventional cleaning methods, steam cleaning uses no harsh chemicals, thereby eliminating chemical residue and making your home a much safer place. Steam power sanitizes and deodorizes with heat and moisture and effectively eliminates debris and pathogens. Pressure allows steam to deeply penetrate into cracks, crevices, and grouting, which are typically inaccessible to conventional methods of cleaning. Heated pressure also allows deep cleaning without causing surface damage, as can happen with toxic, harsh cleaning chemicals.
  • Is steam cleaning safe for all surfaces?
    Steam cleaning is safe for most hard surfaces, including ceramic, chrome, fiberglass, granite, grout, glass, laminate, linoleum, porcelain, sealed hardwood, stainless steel, and vinyl. The professional cleaners at Boiling Bathrooms are aware of surfaces that are not suitable for steam cleaning, such as especially porous surfaces or surfaces with water-based paint, and use environmentally-safe and natural cleaning products to thoroughly clean those surfaces.
  • Does steam cleaning kill the coronavirus? How about other viruses... bacteria... mold?
    Steam cleaning eliminates 99.99% of pathogens. According to scientific research studies, steam power rapidly inactivates a diverse variety of microorganisms. It destroys E. coli, MRSA, Salmonella, Candida, C. diff, VRE, mold, nonenveloped viruses such as the norovirus, and more. The high heat and humidity of steam cleaning also kill enveloped viruses, such as the coronavirus and influenza. According to the CDC, steam cleaning is the most dependable method of sterilization.
  • Scientific Studies and Resplendent Research
    CLICK HERE for "Reduction in infection risk through treatment of microbially contaminated surfaces with a novel, portable, saturated steam vapor disinfection system - American Journal of Infection Control" CLICK HERE for "Environmental concern regarding the effect of humidity and temperature on 2019-nCoV survival: fact or fiction" CLICK HERE for Steam Sterilization | Disinfection & Sterilization Guidelines | Guidelines Library | Infection Control
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