Steam Car Wash

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Understanding Vapour Steam Technology

Unlike conventional methods for cleaning a vehicle, which push dirt into the clear-coat and paint, steam (with the combination of heat and pressure) lifts the dirt from a car’s surface and allows you to wipe dirt away easily with a microfiber towel. **This is the safest way to clean and protect a vehicle from unnecessary scratches and damage. While this method is the safest, most efficient, and when done properly can greatly decrease the effort needed to wash and detail, there is a unique method that a detailer must learn when washing with steam.
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Car Exterior

You’re going to want to start in sections, work from top to bottom, and wipe from side-to-side as you apply steam at an angle (in the direction of your “wiping-motion”). You break down the dirt by spraying the steam directly onto the section you are cleaning—this “pre-rinse” is your first step—collecting dirt and grim in small water droplets as the steam builds up on the car’s surface. The vapor-steam separates dirt from the clear-coat and/or wax (steam does not harm a car’s clear-coat and actually rejuvenates wax). On a second pass—the “detailing-finish”— wipe in the same direction that you apply steam—to take away dirt and grim as it is lifted from the car surface.
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Car Interior

As with exterior cleaning, you’re going to continue working in sections. When using a standard nozzle, keep the nozzle an inch or two from the surface of the carpeted material. Keep the nozzle moving at an even pace, slowing down on spots to target more stubborn stains and grime build-up. Steam is safe on all parts of the interior. Steam lifts dirt out of carpets, upholstery and leather, all while revitalizing these delicate materials in the process. As synthetic materials will vary from carpet to carpet and upholstery to upholstery, please test on a discrete area of the interior to find the safest distance to keep the nozzle tip from the cleaning surface.
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