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Thank you so much for providing such an easy and better cleaning service provider. Stadadehem always aims to provide the best home cleaning services since it is always a reputed provider here in Nacka.
Is Steam cleaning of the engine bay of cars/trucks a standard practice ? If consumers don't typically do it, do commercial users of pickups and larger trucks do it? I am referring to vapor steam cleaning, where the moisture content is under 5%.
I have 4 industrial vapor Steam cleaners, and was wondering if it is safe to Steam clean engine bays, I could do this as a business. At the very least, I would like to steam clean the household vehicles and the couple of Chevy express vans our family business has.
Now, what about Steam pressure washing, is it ok to clean the underside of pickups and other vehicles? Here in Wisconsin, the road-salt mixed in with water is highly corrosive. A lot of vehicles here have corrosion issues. About 2 years ago I bought a 2500HD Silverado in Texas and after just 1 winter here, it has light surface rust.
We have dry ice blasting as well as (recently) a dustless blaster which we can run wet or dry. We do post fire clean ups, mold remediation.... with the ice. And have done jail cells, garbage compaction room....with crushed glass and garnet.
Not a typical question for this type of forum but I'll try to help here.
Our company used to perform janitorial services and carpet cleaning so our source for the products was a local janitorial supply company.
They have per urine/odor cleaners/eliminators that can be used to spot clean.
I suggest looking for one close to you and asking their personnel for their recommendation of which product suits your situation.
Cleaning concrete driveways works best when adding cleaners to address the stains specifically. For overall dirt and grime, a degreaser and bleach do the trick.
For leaf stains alone, a mild oxalic acid after prewetting helps to lighten them if you are spot treating. Otherwise, increase the strength of the bleach and possibly
apply by using a pump up sprayer to focus on the dirtiest areas.
A surface cleaner helps because it uses a rotating bar to spin and clean much more surface than a wand can cover. It's not about the pressure, it's about the method and the cleaners.
Let me know if you have any further questions or would like to add specifics on what the stain(s) are composed of that are not coming out.