Absolutely. Steam cleaning is ECO Friendly as it uses typically 30 times less water and no harmful chemicals. Steam will eliminate mould, bacteria and dirt and will kill 99% of viruses

Just about material really. Most commonly steam cleaning is used for cleaning Chairs and Sofas, Mattresses, Ovens and well, just about anything that would take a lot of work using elbow grease!

They both offer benefits that when used in conjunction can produce brilliant results. Steam is a natural disinfectant whilst shampooing can leave a pleasant smell.

Delicate fabrics and anything that might melt, like wax. Surfaces with water based paint or unsealed surfaces like limestone.

Vinegar is good at killing germs due to its mild acidity and you can add it to (say) a steam mop when cleaning tiles and vinyl. Vinegar should never be added when cleaning hardwood floors though as it will erode the chemical coating.

Yes, steam cleaning is great for killing and removing bed bugs. The more professional the cleaning equipment the deeper it will penetrate the surface of the mattress.

Yes … and this is highly recommended.

Yes and it removes it too.

It is vaporised and carried away by the steam.

Yes … and it is a very effective way of removing stains and grease.

Yes. Steam cleaning also sanitises all surfaces, killing bacteria, dust mites, bedbugs, pathogens and allergens in the process.

Depending on the type of fabric, most steam cleaning systems will mean that your furniture will be dry within 2 to 6 hours. ECOSteam Tenerife use equipment and processes meaning that your sofa should be dry in as little as 10 minutes to an hour