Superheated Steam Cleaner
by Mark R
If you’ve ever watched the show Monk, where Tony Shalloub plays a detective with OCD disorder who is obsessed with being clean, then you know that Adrian Monk would definitely approve of products such as the Superheated steam cleaner.
As you can see, the shape of the Supheated Steam Cleaner’s head takes a cue from a hummingbird’s head. What a user does is aim the “beak” at the stain or spot in question, and then squeeze the trigger. A hot stream of pressurized steam sprays the area, and then the user must wait three minutes before using the high heat to clean whatever he or she wants.
This Superheated steam cleaner is especially good for areas that attract a lot of germs, such as countertops and toilet bowls. It can completely disinfect such germs as “e-coli, salmonella, and other streptococcus microbes”. In short, it is a germ killer to the ultimate extreme.
The handheld model includes 10 accessories including an extension hose, detail brush, angeled nozzle, upholstery tool, window squeegee, detail nozzle, cotton cloth, refilling container, storage bag, as well as 6.75 ounces of antibacterial solution.
You should be able to purchase the Superheated Anti-Bacterial Steam Cleaner for about $99.95 from the Herrington Catalog site.