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Hi people if you where to buy a steam cleaner would you
buy a Karscher one or a slightly unbranded one.Does it matter
that much on the bar pressure.I think karscher one is 3.2 bar
if im not mistaken.

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use mine, (karcher small yesllow model aprox 3bar pressure 1ltr cap.) for interior, seat spot cleaning, enginebay cleaning, outside plastic, great for removing residue on plastic, for wheel arches, ect.
 

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Hi there!

KArcher are offering a money back guarantee on their steam cleaners , see the following link on our website...

http://www.apd2u.co.uk/pages/steam-cleaner-guarantee

They kick off for sale at a very competitive rate of £126.10 with free delivery from us.

http://www.apd2u.co.uk/collections/all/steam-cleaner

Kärcher Steam Cleaners are a revolutionary approach to cleaning your home - we've harnessed the dirt-shifting power of pure steam to deliver extraordinary cleaning performance from nothing more than tap water. With no chemicals or scrubbing, a Kärcher Steam Cleaner effortlessly removes tough grease, everyday dirt, stubborn stains and even limescale and mould from tiles and taps.
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If its for external car cleaning then you could consider a pressure washer instead. Of which, there are a wide variety.

http://www.apd2u.co.uk/collections/karcher-home-garden-pressure-washers

This is a useful link on the KArcher Website about Automotive Cleaning. They also have guides for any other type of cleaning. I hope this helps!!......

http://www.karcher.co.uk/uk/Business_Solutions/Automotive_-_Car_Dealers.htm
 

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I have burned my way through 2 Karcher SC1020 steamers which were great at the time... until they fell apart. I now use a cheapo Lidl steamer which I think is better built and does a better job. Truth is that I only use steamers now on certain stains/spillages etc. as a tornador is now my tool of choice.

The Karcher is fine for occasional use inmo, but a cheaper item can do just as good a job.
 
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