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Milex1200 Watt Pressurised Handheld Steam Blaster (Model: MSB014 )

R749

Retail: R1,200
About

The Steam Blaster from Milex is a 1200 Watt pressurized handheld steam cleaner that makes residential cleaning chores quick and easy. Steam cleans all types of surfaces without the use of harmful chemicals, because ordinary tap water is all you need.

With the steam blaster, you are able to keep your home sanitized and deodorized in an environmentally friendly way. The steam blaster comes with an accessory kit enabling you to clean every corner of your home

Product Features

Use On The Following Surfaces

  • Carpets
  • Upholstery 
  • Matrasses
  • Tiles (indoor and outdoor)
  • Windows
  • Car interior and more

Use To Eliminate

  • Germs
  • Mildew
  • Bacteria
  • Dust mites
  • Mould
  • Dirt & grime
Product Specifications
  • 12-month factory warranty
  • Model number: MSB014  
  • Capacity: 220ml
What's in the Box
  • x 1 1200W steamer
  • x 1 Wire brush attachment
  • x 1 Jet nozzle
  • x 1 Straight nozzle
  • x 1 Flat scraper attachment
  • x 1 Flat nylon brush
  • x 1 Round nylon brush
  • x 1 Squeegee
  • x 1 Extended hose
  • x 1 Cloth cover
  • x 1 Measuring cup
  • x 1 Instruction manual
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