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Hygienic cleanliness after water damage and mold growth

25. April 2024 | Medeco Cleantec

Water damage and the subsequent development of mold in residential buildings are serious problems that can affect both the fabric of the building and the health of the residents. These challenges require effective solutions to deal with unpleasant consequences. One promising method - once drying is complete - is cleaning using dry steam.

This is steam that is generated at a very high temperature and therefore contains little moisture. These properties make dry steam an effective and environmentally friendly way of cleaning various surfaces and combating unwanted organisms such as mold and bacteria. When cleaning affected areas, the hot steam penetrates the surfaces and eliminates mold spores and bacteria. As little moisture is left behind, there is also no risk of mold forming again.

Dry steam cleaning is particularly useful for damp corners, mold-prone areas and hard-to-reach places. It can also be used on upholstered furniture, carpets and other hard-to-clean surfaces to ensure thorough cleanliness without excessive moisture.

"If you are looking for an efficient and environmentally friendly method to combat traces of water damage and mold growth in your own four walls, dry steam cleaning is the ideal solution," says Fritz Pattis, founder of the so-called Green Cleaning concept, which is based on chemical-free cleaning using micro dry steam. "State-of-the-art and compact devices enable this technology to be used effectively to ensure clean and hygienic living conditions."

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