AutoRight Steam Machine can help you clean up your vehicle's interior with the power of steam. The AutoRight Steam Machine is a chemical freeway using water to steam clean dirt, grime, and grease from vehicle upholstery, leather, carpets, wheels, windows, and dashboards. The quick-change accessories include; crevice tool, jet nozzle, large and small nylon brushes (black bristles), large and small soft nylon brushes (gray bristles, squeegee with base and a poly/cotton bonnet. The AutoRight Steam Cleaner uses pressurized, high-temperature steam to loosen and dissolve dirt, grease, and grime. The SteamMachine leaves behind no chemical residue and disinfects 99% of all germs and bacteria. This steamer is compact and portable and the wheels allow the steamer to follow you as you clean.
I honestly did not think that my car needed to be steam cleaned but I know it’s filthy dirty inside as the winter months it’s hard for me to get in there and clean it to the so cold here. So, in the last week we had a warm day so I could go out and kind to give my car a steam clean.
My Opinion: this works great at clean out my cup holders because typically I use a wet cloth but it doesn’t always get the dirt and food particles as I do eat my car but with the attachment of this steam cleaner this worked great at getting right in there and get everything out. I am very impressed with this machine to help clean my car and look forward to using and it at least once a month so doesn't be embarrassed about people getting in my car and it me and smelly and a mess.
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