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This is a discussion on Steam cleaning/detailing within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; I was looking at some videos on youtube of steam cleaning and detailing engine and door jambs etc. Anybody do ...

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    Steam cleaning/detailing

    I was looking at some videos on youtube of steam cleaning and detailing engine and door jambs etc. Anybody do this or have a steamer they would recommend? I can probably get away with buying one if I can convince my wife its good to have around the house

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    Steam cleaners are better than your average cleaning stuff. But the only problem there is about the smaller ones (like a sweeper or a hand held devise) how long will they last?

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    I have a Shark portable steam cleaner. Works very well. Only time I ever used it on my car was to remove the glue from my windows after removing some tint. Nothing else would get ot off.

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    This is the one I bought last year.

    Amazon.com - McCulloch MC-1275 Heavy-Duty Steam Cleaner - Handheld Steam Cleaners

    I swear by this. It has some nice little attachments with it. I like using this better than just chemical. I can't tell you how many times it's made a difference in the cars I've detailed.

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    This is the one I bought last year.

    http://www.amazon.com/McCulloch-MC-1275-Heavy-Duty-Steam-Cleaner/dp/B0000DF0RB/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1407153411&sr=8-1&keywords=mcculloch+steam+cleaner

    I swear by this. It has some nice little attachments with it. I like using this better than just chemical. I can't tell you how many times it's made a difference in the cars I've detailed.

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    This is the one I bought last year.

    Amazon.com - McCulloch MC-1275 Heavy-Duty Steam Cleaner - Handheld Steam Cleaners

    I swear by this. It has some nice little attachments with it. I like using this better than just chemical. I can't tell you how many times it's made a difference in the cars I've detailed.

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