915 On-Demand Steamer
Remove wallpaper and much more! This powerful steamer can be used in every room of the house.
The 915 Power Steamer is not only great at removing wallpaper, it is a versatile system that allows you to quickly clean and sanitize your home. The powerful steamer can clean grimy barbeque grills, greasy stovetops, bathroom fixtures, floors and much more.
The 915 Power Steamer is a pressurized steam system that supplies steam at the touch of a button. The 915 is Wagner's most powerful wallpaper remover.
The 915 Power Steamer cleans without chemicals and will never leave a messy residue.
- Integrated handle for easier carrying and compact storage
- Wallpaper steam plate which removes wallpaper 20% faster
- Easy-pull trigger to minimize cleaning fatigue
- Power and steam indicator lights show when the steam is ready
- 8 ft steam hose allows for a large working area
- Sturdy wheels for easy mobility
- Jet nozzle, floor cleaning pad & window/tile squeegee attachments for a variety of cleaning projects
- 2 extension tubes for great reach on projects
- Power 1500 watts
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I don't know where is the spot. So I'd like to clean whole carpet.
Does id work?
How can it dry carpet after steam?
Do I need any additional part?
The person who suggested using this followed by a wet/dry vac might be on to something, but I'm not sure a wet/dry vac would have the suction power needed to dry carpet. If you already own both, you could try it on a small area first... but I definitely wouldn't buy this just to clean carpets, as it may not work.
For what it's worth, I know HEB (my local grocery store) rents carpet steam cleaners by the day - I'm sure you could find a store in your area that does the same.
I purchased this steamer to deal with a bug infestation and ended up getting a free consultation from an excellent exterminator the day before it arrived. I showed him the Amazon page for the steam cleaner I purchased and he said that not only will this work, but it's actually the exact make and model he uses for small-scale jobs. He explained in detail how to go about steaming to kill bed bugs and stressed the importance of going *very* slowly with the steamer.
When using this to steam a mattress and box springs, use the cleaning brush with the (included) towel clipped onto it - this causes the steamer to produce dry steam so that you don't dampen the mattress/box springs. To kill bed bugs, you need to move *very* slowly with the steamer - about 12'' every 30 seconds.
For what it's worth, my source on this is a highly-rated professional exterminator that I got a free consultation from. I showed him the steamer I had bought (this one) and he not only told me it would work, but said it was the exact make and model he uses himself for small-scale jobs!