Although power washing in Austin is a great way to maintain any property, some surfaces and finishes may be damaged by high-pressure washing. For these surfaces and finishes, low-pressure steam cleaning is an excellent alternative. Inside a low-pressure steam cleaner, water is heated to approximately 300 degrees. When the steam from this superheated water is applied to surfaces, it loosens dirt, grime, grease, mold, and stains without the need for high pressure or suction.
What are the benefits of this cleaning process? For starters, steam cleaning does not place excessive stress on aging paint, wood, or other surfaces. It is also extremely effective at removing and killing mold spores without damaging surfaces that require special care. And if you have grout, vinyl, or tile indoors that is looking dingy, low-pressure steam cleaning can break up stains and ground-in dirt where normal pressure washing cannot be used.