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Why AvPro Uses Steam to Clean

-Kills 99.99% of bacteria: This includes E. coli, Staph bacteria, Salmonella and other micro-organisms, surface molds, bacteria, and viruses. One study showed that a car steering wheel is twice as dirty as the buttons on an elevator, four times as gross as a toilet seat, and six times nastier than a smartphone screen.

-Chemical Free/Eco-Friendly: Steam cleaning uses only filtered water and heat to clean and sanitize. No harsh or abrasive chemicals, leaving a safe and sanitized environment for your children and pets. Eco-friendly literally means earth-friendly or not harmful to the environment, and this is what AvPro strives to do.

-Removes mold growth and prevents it from returning: Heating mold and mildew has been found effective in killing fungi. Because steam penetrates the pores of the surface you are cleaning, it cleans deep to kill and remove mold, instead of just bleaching it invisible.

-Removes stubborn odors: Steam permeates deeply to lift our stubborn odors. When steam is so hot it instantly disinfects the surface and helps remove dirt. ... When dirt and germs are removed from any surface it also effectively deodorizes the surface which will not only help a room be clean and germ free but also remove bad odors.

-Minimal Water Usage: According to, “Traditional car washes use between 15 and 85 gallons per vehicle without water conservation equipment. Today's versions use only eight to 70 gallons per vehicle when equipped with some form of water reclamation and/or filtration tech (depending on the type of car wash)”. With our high-powered steam machine, AvPro can clean a Suburban (inside and out) with less than 5 gallons of water.

-Cleans All Surfaces: Because the steamer is only water and heat- no chemicals- That makes steam cleaning effective on all surfaces: Fabric, leather, vinyl, glass, rubber, and all parts of a vehicle; exteriors, wheels, engine compartments, dashboards, headliners, seats, carpets, and everything in between.

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