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Haan Allpro Handheld Steam Cleaner with Attachments
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- Handheld steamer for cleaning and sanitizing throughout the house
- Uses regular tap water; heats up 3 minutes; 15 minutes of steam per refill
- High-temperature steam of over 212 degrees F; kills germs, bacteria, and dust mites
- Full assortment of useful accessories including a garment steamer and window cleaner
- Measures 8-4/5 by 5-1/5 by 8-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Chemical Free cleans and sanitizes without the fumes and residue of harsh chemicals. Quick Start-Up ready in less than 3 minutes. Light Indicator lets you know when it is ready for use. Light Indicator tells you when a refi ll is needed. Durable construction to ensure years of use.
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My personal motivation is that I am trying to get away from the use of chemicals in my home. With that said, at the very least I figured I could clean with water, elbow grease, E-clothes (micro fiber clothes), and then go back over to steam what I cleaned to kill any germs or bacteria.
This device is not a miracle worker, but some of the things I have cleaned where much easier and quicker than a traditional way. Other things it did not take off. I myself wasn't expecting a miracle worker. The other thing I would add on this is that once cleaned, I suspect if the Haan steamer is used to maintain, one should not have to put as much effort into cleaning.
I cleaned under my stove. If anyone is like myself and neglect this task or one like it (under the refrigerator), you'll know what I am talking about. It was MUCH quicker and easier with the Haan. I swept first. Then I went over it with the steamer, wiped up the mess with a towel. Then for good measure I went back over one more time, even though, it didn't look like it needed it. It was so quick I wondered why I had neglected it as it was no big deal. Without the Haan that would have taken a bucket of detergent, scrubbing, rinsing, wiping, scrubbing, wiping, wiping... And more time spent doing it.
Mineral deposits that had gotten pretty bad around the water faucet, it didn't' take off. It cleaned the rest of the sink nicely, but I have not been able to get these deposits off without chemicals.
Carpet cleaning. It worked nicely on some spots, by steaming and blotting. One was used immediately and the others were not ones I had worked on so they were newer. On another bigger carpet spot, which I believe is due to carpet cleaning chemical residues, it lifted some but didn't remove completely.
Other types of jobs, were quicker than a traditional way. The stove - all I can say is WOW! I still had to put some elbow grease into it, but it did not take as long as it normally would or as much effort.
I cleaned the shower with clothes, and used the Haan for steaming germs and spots. Again it didn't get the mineral build up spots, but it did get other spots of soap scum, that I didn't get up with the microfiber. I suppose a big job like the shower, one could be disappointed as far a steam running out or if you're expecting a miracle and to put no effort into it.
Finally I have read comments on the steam running out too quickly. I guess if you run a continuous stream of steam, it will run out. But honestly I don't know why you would do this other than maybe a big window job. Because you still have to wipe up what you're steaming, you can get a good amount off, stop wipe (see where you're at with the job), and then start steaming again.
1. I expected it to loosen anything that was a stubborn: I drink a lot of hot tea, so there were tea stains on my counter. I blasted them with the steamer and they were easily wiped off--without having to resort to bleach. I also have a parrot. I used this on all of his perches and on the cage. It made cleaning his cage so much easier and I didn't have to worry about any chemicals in his cage.
2. I expected it to get into the crevices where I couldn't get a sponge or cleaning cloth: I used this on the hinges of the toilet seats. This cleaned the hinges out easily. (It was even more disgusting than I thought it would be--even though I bleached them the day before).
3. I expected to still have to actually clean before and after I used the thing: I didn't expect miracles. I still had to scrub some stuff. It definitely made it easier, but it's not a magic machine. If they come up with something that cleans up so well that I only have to spray all the surfaces and they are spotless, I'll be the first in line to buy that--until then, I'll stick with the Haan.
The only real negative thing about this product is the user's manual. It's ridiculous. Luckily, using the steamer is fairly intuitive.
I bought this product and it was pretty cool. Came with a bunch of attachement, micro fibber cloth, micro fiber sponge. I read the instructions twice since its my first time messing with a steamer.
There is one negative review i read saying that after one use, this person refilled the steamer with water and then couldnt get the cap to close anymore. I think its because of the people that sell it forgot to advise what happenes when you add cold water to hot metal. Oh yeah btw i noticed the inside of the steamer is copper, i think. The cap twists on it like a large bolt with a rubber cap. Its a little complicated since you gotta apply a bit of force, not only pushing the cap down but also turning it. Dont force it too much or you might mess it up and have a leak. Hot metal expands so dont cool it down right away by adding watter. USE THE FUNNEL, trust me. I recommend you buy a bigger one, the one they supply is small.
At first I struggled with this product, I added water, let it heat up, and once the light came on I started spraying. First I tried it with the long cone (shaped like an anal probe lol). It spit out steam with water like a sprinkler. I thought I put it on wront so I refit it but still, same result. So then I used the other peice with the flat end. Looks like a small vaccum. All it did was spit out 4 streams of hot water. I was beggining to loose hope that the thing actually worked. So I took off the adaptor and tried it just how you see is in the picture. Turns out it worked better that way.
Once the light turns red that meant the steam is ready. Unfortunately you only get a few seconds of spray time before it goes off, and then you gotta let the steamer reheat (Takes bout 5-15 seconds depending on how long you sprayed). It constantly has to heat up again and again so you gotta have patience with it. You cant tilt it pointing down or else you spray out hot water, thats another thing to watch ot for that the seller did not mention in the instructions. I guess thats why they included a bendable nozzle but i havent tried it yet since 2 nozzles already failed.
One main reason I bought the steamer, I wanted to see if this thing could take out the hard year old grease drops that are crusted on the wall behing my stove(gross I know, but hey I was a single guy living on my own). Unfortunately the solid grease won that battle. Yeah i know, I should of cleaned my walls sooner lol.
Another reason was to make ironing my clothes a lot easier, i remember seeing in the mall they use to sell an iron that shot out steam, but that didnt go as planned :/ my shirt ended up soaked.
Id did however work on the tile countertop, the steamer worked great at cleaning in between the tiles, from black to white.
Its pretty good with recent grease stains, on the stove, and mold in the bath tub. The only thing is that it only gives you about 5-10 minutes of continous spray before you gotta refil it with water.
My best results with this thing were without the attachments, and up close to where the tip of the steamer is almost touching the stain you are trying to remove.
Oh yeah, as for the windows, I have yet to try it. I'm a bit nervous about cold glass meating hot steam. Wouldnt wanna shatter a window. I think ill stick to traditional windex for now ^_^
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