Sees No Need When Most Vacuum Cleaners Today Come With HEPA Filtration Built In
Online PR News – 24-May-2010 – – Although it is pictured on their current Website as “coming soon,” Chicago-based vapor steam cleaner marketer 1-800-GO-VAPOR.com has decided not to sell the new Steam Vapor Vac when it becomes available later this summer.
V. K. Dunlop, Vice President of the company explains, “The Steam Vapor Vac is primarily for people looking to limit their exposure to dust mites. Though vapor steam kills these unwanted house quests on contact, it’s not the dust mites that people are allergic to—it’s their skin and feces that cause asthma, congestion and skin problems. It’s important to vacuum these products away, but most quality home vacuum cleaners today come with a HEPA filter capable of holding the waste from release into the air. So there’s no need for a high-priced vapor steam cleaner with a filtration system built in.”
In addition to killing dist mites and bed bugs on contact, vapor steam cleaners like the popular Ladybug XL2300 clean and sanitize tile floors, grout, kitchens and bathrooms, children's toys, workout rooms, auto interiors, scatter rugs, pet areas and much more. When equipped with the TANCS option, a Ladybug steam cleaner qualifies as a disinfection device with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and is certified by Nelson Labs of Utah to clean thousands of time better than most chemicals.
“We’ve got a new Website in the works that will offer unprecedented image quality,” says Dunlop. “The Steam Vapor Vac won’t be there but you won’t be able to get any closer to a Ladybug steamer unless you buy one.”
Located in Lake Forest, Illinois, 1-800-GO-VAPOR.com is moving fast to educate consumers and businesses worldwide that finally, there's a feasible, environmentally friendly alternative to chemicals. In addition to residential customers in every state in the nation and seven foreign countries, 1-800-GO-VAPOR.com commercial customers include hospitals, healthcare clinics, supermarkets, restaurants, fast food chains, corporations, auto detailers, schools and animal shelters.