We use a revolutionary , environmentally -friendly vapor steam-cleaning machine. Using the latest in equipment technology–coupled with the unrivalled strength and purity of steam quickly and effectively removes dirt, stains, grease, odors and other contaminants from a variety of surfaces without chemicals and without creating waste water run-off.
The gentle, pure dry vapor steam penetrates the toughest and most delicate surfaces without the use of chemicals. A chemical-free, purified cleaning process will allow you to avoid the health risks of inhaling chemical fumes . Surfaces remain dry while and after the wash and detail!
The steam generated is hot enough to lift off any grease and soilage, produces enough pressure to break down dirt, and is gentle enough to not damage the surface. In less time than a traditional car wash, we not only thoroughly wash your vehicle, but also sanitize the interior and refurbish greasy engine parts anew. We can even reach the tightest spaces and fittings that would otherwise be completely inaccessible with a pressure washer.
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A study by microbiologists at the UK’s Aston University in Birmingham found a gruesome microscopic zoo of germs and bacteria lurking inside the average car.
There were harmful bacteria like the Escherichia coli (E. coli), the dreaded Salmonella, and Campylobacter, all of which can cause illnesses or, on occasion, can be fatal. Each of these has the capability to survive for as long as one month inside the car, staying on surfaces such as the steering wheel, the gear stick, or the dashboard. In all, the scientists found 283 different kinds of bacteria per square centimeter in the average car. There were extreme cases where 850 types of bacteria per square centimeter were detected.
The researchers said children and pets were most at risk when they ride in dirty cars. However, cars that regularly transport kidsand pets also were found to have the highest bacteria counts.
How clean is your car?Steering wheels have nine times more germs than public toilet seat!
Research has found that while 80 bacteria lurk on each square inch of toilet, around 700 harmful bugs inhabit the car's interior.
Dr.Ron Cutler, director of biomedical science at Queen Mary University, London, said:
"A 2006 study by Dr.Charles Gerba, a microbiologist at the University of Arizona and other researchers, according to ABC, found, using random samples from 100 cars in four states and Washington, D.C., finding American’s cars were crawling with bacteria. However, not surprisingly, they discovered that “family cars” like vans and SUVs had far more bacteria than others "
A car is the perfect place for germs to breed, especially if you eat in it and leave litter or uneaten food around. To avoid potentia health risks it would be wise to regularly clean your car inside and out.