Sustainable cleaning with steam Matrix Cleaning Systems teaches us about the benefits of steam cleaning technology.

The global steam cleaner market is expected to grow considerably over the coming years. Awareness of the need to decrease usage of harmful chemicals and their presence in waste water is seen as a major factor for the growth of the global steam cleaner market.

One emerging trend is the introduction of environmentally sustainable services: green cleaning, the use of amenities that have less impact on human health and the environment. Equipment manufacturers are constantly evolving their technology in order to meet industrial standards and offer something new.

Sustainable cleaning refers to cleaning habits and methods that individuals can continue to use indefinitely, without worry that their efforts will negatively affect their own health or that of the environment. In other words, a maintainable cleaning routine that’s both good for you and for the environment.

Some of the other factors that are likely to contribute to the growth of the steam cleaner market during the forecast period include:

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Improving hygiene standards. Increasing hospitality and leisure industry demand.

• Multifunctional use for daily and deep cleaning in fast food restaurants.

The increasing use of steam cleaning for floors, tiles, washrooms, kitchens and food preparation areas, as well as transport deep cleaning, is driving the demand for equipment that’s both easy to transport and capable of removing tough stains from all synthetic fabrics and hard surfaces, while deep cleaning and sanitising the surfaces and being chemical free.

Sustainable and environmentally friendly

There’s more than one reason that the use of water in steam cleaning is ideal for cleaning all environments. As well as removing dirt, grease, grime and reducing bacteria, it provides


a much more sustainable cleaning solution than methods reliant on different chemicals to deliver results.

Not only does steam clean quickly, easily and effectively, it can also disinfect equipment and surfaces in one operation, and it’s also immensely environmentally friendly. All it needs to run is power for the machine and water for the steam – producing a vast amount of steam from little water and creating very little waste. It is efficient, safe, and a proven water-saving technology: the ideal cleaning solution for all market sectors.

Effective and multifunctional

Steam cleaning is an incredibly effective method of tackling all areas that need to be cleaned, either as a part of a daily routine or for deep cleaning, not just a machine to be introduced when there is a hygiene problem to resolve. Steam cleaners have been shown to be capable of removing up to 99.99% of germs and bacteria from a wide variety of surfaces, making it ideal not only for cleaning but for disinfecting areas of high-risk rooms as well as equipment, such as washrooms, kitchens and hospitals.

This versatility makes it a cost-effective solution for all FMs and contract cleaners. There aren’t many products that can be used in so many areas and achieve such great results by simply using water.

Many businesses throughout different market sectors have already embraced the new steam age. However, faced with a range of viable solutions, which exploit different technologies in various configurations, it is advisable to commission a site survey and ask for a demonstration on the premises before steaming ahead. Once your machine has been installed, it is paramount that your supplier or professional training organisation ensures that trained staff will use it safely and effectively, to achieve the desired results carries out training.

For more information, contact Matrix Cleaning Systems via the website below, by calling 01772 431906 or by email. (

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