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Reddit reviews on Wagner Spraytech Wagner 0282014 915 On-demand, 120 Volts Steam Cleaner, Yellow

Sentiment score: 7
Reddit mentions: 10

We found 10 Reddit mentions of Wagner Spraytech Wagner 0282014 915 On-demand, 120 Volts Steam Cleaner, Yellow. Here are the top ones.

CHEMICAL-FREE STEAM CLEANING: Just add distilled water to this steamer for chemical-free, natural cleaning that lifts away dirt and grime on nearly any surface around your homeGREAT FOR WALLPAPER REMOVAL: The included wallpaper removing attachment can be used to easily lift away old wallpaper using nothing but steamUSE IT ALMOST ANYWHERE: Use the included attachments to steam clean and refresh your kitchen countertops, sinks, toilets, showers, floors, appliances and moreHIGH TEMPERATURE AND LONG RUN TIME: This versatile, multipurpose steamer reaches up to 212°F (100°C) to clean your household surfaces. It can hold up to 48 oz. of water to run for up to 45 continuous minutesEASY TO USE: Simply connect your desired attachment, add up to 48 oz. of distilled water, and turn the steamer on. The red light will turn off when the steamer is ready for use

Found 10 comments on Wagner Spraytech Wagner 0282014 915 On-demand, 120 Volts Steam Cleaner, Yellow:

u/pasaroanth · 18 pointsr/HomeImprovement

2 important things to consider with tile that will make your life quite a bit easier:

  • Do NOT use white or light grout. Go with a darker color, I think it looks nicer (even on white subway tile) and when you clean the junk off the tile it doesn't stain the grout.

  • Use a steamer like this one, the one I own. It comes with a wide squeegee attachment that makes tile cleaning super-easy. It also will clean literally anything, I'm yet to find something it couldn't bring up..and it does it without smelly ass chemicals.

  • The best offense is a good defense. Clean it once a week instead of letting crap build up, it's much easier that way.

  • Make sure you use a good sealer on the grout. The more VOC and EPA warnings the better, seriously. If you can put it on without needing to open a window or feeling dizzy, it's not strong enough.
u/the_friendly_dildo · 4 pointsr/ufyh

Get some Clorox Foaming Bleach (you can get it at Walmart or similar) and some magic erasers.

The floor looks lightly textured so you would need to be careful but you can also try some of these.

This looks like serratia_marcescens which is common bathrooms and other wet environments. It is pretty resilient and you will need to keep cleaning the area pretty regularly to kill it off. The best think would probably be to get a steam cleaner if you really need to get this off. This unit is really good.

u/MEDIOCRE_AT_ANYTHING · 3 pointsr/Miata

Yes ABSOLUTELY! This one. It comes with a ton of different attachments, one of which is a pressure jet, so basically a power washer with steam.

u/raoulduke12 · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Fuck just a mop. I bought THIS THING and it's amazing. It has a mop attachment, but it also as a nozzle that will blast insanely hot steam into every crevice, corner and cranny you can find. I turned my bathroom grout from brown to white, blasted soap scum off of my shower stall that even bleach wouldn't kill, and I STEAM CLEANED MY FUCKING ENGINE BAY WEARING NOTHING BUT A SPEEDO. It has a wallpaper removing attachment, glass squeegee attachment, and two extension posts to make it as long or as short as you want. It also has a 48 ounce tank that lasts for about an hour straight.

It's also like $80. So you could buy three of them.

u/Snoogz · 2 pointsr/IAmA

Not vacuum related, but I'm curious if you have any experience or recommendations for a steam cleaner? I was looking at this one on Amazon, Wagner 0282014 On-Demand 915 Power Steamer. But I'm not sure about the quality of some the brands I see.

u/dcux · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing

The Little Green Machine is honestly just a pain in the ass. It doesn't work that well, tends to gunk up and clog with any decent usage, and doesn't have the power to extract all that moisture. It CAN work on full interiors, but I gave up on that a while ago. It's just not big enough or powerful enough, and the heat option barely warms the water. Fabric and carpets will get quite wet and you'll need to air them out with a box fan or two overnight.

That said, I was able to do this to an old Accord:

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It just took a LONG time and a LOT of effort.

A professional extractor is the way to go here, but they're really expensive, so not an option unless you're doing a lot of cars.

This is the steamer I have. It's held up nicely and works pretty well: http://www.amazon.com/Wagner-915-500-Watt-On-Demand-Steamer/dp/B003PGQI3Y

u/twoods450 · 1 pointr/DIY

I have this steamer, it worked great for removing several rooms of wallpaper before we moved into our house. It even comes with an attachment just for wallpaper removal.
https://www.amazon.com/Wagner-915-On-Demand-Power-Steamer/dp/B003PGQI3Y/ref=sr_1_1?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1501539752&sr=1-1&keywords=wagner+steamer


then to remove the bulk of the adhesive I used this
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Chomp-1-gal-WP-Environmental-Solutions-Wallpaper-Stripper-5300GC/203192818.


After those two steps I let it dry up over night, and sanded down the walls. I tried just sanding without removing adhesive, but it seemed to gum up the sandpaper pretty quick. Good luck!


editI put the wrong steamer model.

u/lariat13 · -2 pointsr/longisland

Go prime this bad boy to your house. Then clean it up and return it for free at an Amazon drop off location.