Ok, but from what I've read the whole idea seems to be to use steam to
avoid the need for chemicals, so why are there two reservoirs in the
thing? There is a steam chamber and then then there is also a plastic
fluid chamber and then there is the wet-vac dirty water chamber.
http://www.myvaporclean.com/use.htm says "On the other hand don't be
afraid to use a safe cleaning agent if you run into a difficult
situation that may call for more than steam. Cold water and soap cleans
ok, but use that same soap with hot water and watch what happens. The
same principal applies."
No, but that happens to be the particular unit I'm playing with. I
couldn't figure out why it had two reservoirs.
Never mind, then. We just have some less than subtle spammers here. Let me
know how it works if you get one. I can use a small steamer now and again
for fine work. I hear jewelry is a particularly good use for them. And
shower grout. I'd shop for a while, as steam seems sort of a simple
principle, and with a double reservoir, it may be spendier, and you may get
the same results from a basic unit.
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