915 On-Demand Steamer

Versatile and Powerful Steamer

 
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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.

 
Features & Benefits
 
 

  • 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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915 Steamer 3.8 5 27 27
The fill valve no longer opens it just spins I've only used my steamer a few times and I liked it. Unfortunately I just went to use it and when I tried to unscrew the fill valve it never opens, it just spins around and around. I'm guessing the nob has broken off of the actual closing thread. I am hoping it can be fixed and have contacted Wagner. I'm sad it broke as it did work really well. March 17, 2014
professional quality every home should have one and every restaurant should be mandated to have one that"s how good this machine is.have used another brand steam mop and there is no comparison. April 21, 2013
Great for grout I purchased this steamer after a fair amount of research into steam cleaners. I like that the steam has some power behind it to blow away dirt. So far I've used it on the grout on a tile floor and in the bathroom. For the grout, it has been amazing. Nothing seemed to get our grout clean, and with very little effort this blows away the dirt that I thought was there forever. We finally see white grout again. It's fantastic and made the cleaner worth every penny we paid for it. I've gotten a system going where I keep a towel on the floor as I steam the grout, then use my foot to run the towel over the clean part to pick up the water and dirt. It has worked out really well. I am disappointed with the ability to tackle soap scum in the shower. I've tried the small, focused scrubber piece which does work after a while, but for a large job like a shower will take forever. I also tried the squeegee tool which is described as being for glass and tile. Unfortunately, this piece left a black mark on the tile that I am still trying to get off. I find that using a razor blade on soap scum is more effective. Maybe once I get the soap scum off this will help to maintain it, but I'm leery of using the tile attachment because of the mark it left. The squeegee did work well on the mirrors. The steam does shoot out the side so it resteams a portion of the mirror, but I just go over that with the squeegee with no steam coming out to clear it off. Also in the bathroom, I broke off a hinge cover on the toilet. The hinge cover is plastic, so I believe it got too hot and melted enough to break. Disappointing, but more my fault than the steamer's. It seems to keep steam alright. When I use the larger attachments the red light some on more frequently, which is to be expected since I'm using more steam. Overall, I'm happy with my purchase simply because of the grout, and anything else it does is more of a bonus. I do wish it came with an attachment between the size of the floor scrubber and the focused scrubber - something 3 or 4 inches wide would be a good size to do the bathtub and counters. March 18, 2013
Made the work much quicker. I started to remove wallpaper "by hand" using vinegar, water and a scraper. While this worked well, it was tedious and time consuming. I got the steamer about a month ago. It only took me 1 afternoon to remove the rest of the wallpaper in 1 room. It works great! Now I have moved on to steam cleaning the grout on my kitchen tile floor. I am amazed (and disgusted) by how much dirt is coming up. I wash my floor weekly, but apparently I have not been getting the grout clean enough! It is very time consuming, but I have a large kitchen. You can really see a difference between where I have cleaned, and where I have yet to clean. The quality of the steamer is averaged\. The little scrub brushes are wearing out already. The extension wands on the handle feel like they might break if you pushed too hard, but for the money, the product is acceptable. I recommend if you have wallpaper to remove. March 3, 2013
915 Steamer Great Product I have removed so much wallpaper in my life ,usually with a spray bottle and sharp knife, then used the 915 steamer, and it works wonderful, i have never smiled before removing wallpaper, but I do now, can't explain how great it works and I am telling everyone about it! Great Product! Thanks! January 25, 2013
Wagner Power Steamer 915 While the power steam does function well as a steamer, the quality is aweful. I have had the machine for just over two years. It was used just for general floor clean and counter tops. Certainly nothing heavy duty. Just after the first year one of the extension rods broke and I had to order a new one. Of course I had to puchase it and pay for shipping. Two months later the trigger broke. I guess if you press down on the floor, the quality is just no good enough to handle the pressure. The product needs to be made with studier parts. January 2, 2013
I enjoy cleaning with this machine but the instruction manual is poor. I'm happy I purchased it; however, the manual does not explain how the two jet nozzles are to be used. What is the purpose of the brass nozzle? Under what circumstances should it be used? Also, where does the cleaning towel go? Not a word is said about where and how the cleaning towel is to be used....it doesn't fit the steam plate, squeegee or large cleaning brush. Explanation please! Also, what is the purpose of the two spring plates on top of the large cleaning brush? Are they supposed to do something because they do not. HELP!! December 31, 2012
Amber light comes on after 1 minute of use I have the same problem as another reviewer here. I have used my steamer twice and the second time I put the water in and waited for the green light. after about a minute of use, the amber light comes back on and the steam does not seem to come out with much force. Also, if you walk away from it to let it reheat, when you first go to use it, it shoots hot water out over everything before it turns to steam. I am hoping either Wagner or QVC will will take care of this problem. August 30, 2012
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My pets wee wee on the carpet. Not me.
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?
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It can be used on carpet with the towel clipped to the brush attachment, but that's really only effective for pest-killing purposes (fleas, ticks, mites, etc.) - to actually *clean* carpet, a machine needs to be able to put down and suck up wet steam. This machine can NOT dry carpets after steaming; however, when used with the (included) towel, it produces dry steam rather than wet and doesn't wet the carpet to begin with

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.
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The steamer is not intended to clean carpet.
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This is not a carpet cleaner. It is not intended for that use but if you have a wet vacuum you could use it on carpet and then vacuum up the water.
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The 915 has a trigger that supplies steam when you pull the trigger.
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I bought the product to kill bed bugs. The product specifications says max temperature 284 F.
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This product will kill bed bugs if used in the right way. You need to go very slowly (about 12'' every 30 seconds); for mattresses, box springs, carpeting, upholstery, etc. you should use the included towel clipped onto the brush attachment to produce dry steam rather than wet to avoid saturating the surface(s).

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.
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We do not know the necessary temperature to kill bed bugs and the 915 Steamer was not designed for use in killing bed bugs. The temperature of steam inside of the tank is 212 degress and 165 degrees just outside the spray nozzle when operated normally.
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Can I use this on my mattress? For cleaning and santitoze to prevent bedbugs? And kill it?
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Steamers won't actually prevent bed bugs... however, they can be used to kill both bed bugs and their eggs - if you know or suspect you might have bed bugs, you can use this steamer to treat the mattress and box springs (ensuring any bugs and eggs are dead) and then use zippered bed-bug-proof mattress and box spring covers as precautionary measures to prevent re-infestation. If your bedroom is carpeted, you should also steam the carpets in the bedroom (particularly around the baseboards).

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!
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Even though we did not design it for use on furniture or mattress' we have received calls from people that have used the steamer for those applications. The steamer will reach a temperature of 212 degrees in the tank. You may want to check what temperature you need to kill bed bugs. You should also make sure that the mattress does not become too soaked with water or it could mold. If you have any other questions please feel free to call us at (800)727-4023.
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