How to Clean a Steamer (and Save It From Mineral Deposits) (2023)

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Mary Marlowe Leverette is one of the industry's most highly-regarded housekeeping and fabric care experts. She has over four decades of experience and has been writing and consulting for more than 20 years sharing her knowledge on efficient housekeeping, stain removal methods, and textile conservation. Mary is a Master Gardener and an apple orchard owner.

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(Video) My Fabric Steamer Was Clogged!!! How To Unclog and Clean Your Steam Cleaner with Vinegar
  • How Often to Clean
  • What You'll Need
  • Clean a Handheld Steam
  • Clean a Standing Steamer
  • Decalcify a Steamer
  • Maintain a Steamer

A clothes steamer is a magic appliance. It makes our travel outfits look fresh (even if we're living out of a suitcase), it helps you avoid pulling out an ironing board, and it removes lingering odors from your living room drapes. So with all that a steamer does for you, you need to do something for it. If you don't clean your steamer, it will begin to sputter and spit water. Here's how to clean a steamer so it can keep your clothes fresh and wrinkle-free.

How Often to Clean a Steamer

Your habits and how often you use your steamer will help determine how often it needs to be cleaned. If you use it daily, clean your steamer monthly. If you only use it occasionally, it should be thoroughly cleaned after each use to be ready to use the next time.

More frequent cleaning is needed if you use tap water to fill the steamer and don't empty the water tank after using it. Tap water, especially in areas with hard water, contains minerals that build up in the water reservoir and nozzle of the steamer. Obvious signs that the steamer needs cleaning are: chalky, white buildup around the vents in the nozzle, reduced levels of steam, and sputtering and spitting water instead of a flow of steam.

What You'll Need

  • Distilled white vinegar
  • Distilled water
  • Toothpick
  • Lint-free cloth
  • Small bowl
  • Sink or bucket

How to Clean a Handheld Steamer

  1. Unplug and Empty the Water Tank: If you have just used the steamer, unplug it and allow it to cool. Empty the water tank into a sink.
  1. Fill the Tank With Vinegar: Fill the tank with distilled white vinegar or cleaning vinegar. Do not use other types of vinegar, which may have sediment that will interfere with the cleaning function.
  1. Turn on the Steamer: Plug in the steamer and set it to the highest setting.
  1. Expel the Vinegar: Point the nozzle of the steamer into the sink or bucket and press the on button until all of the vinegar is expelled from the tank and no more steam is flowing. Keep your face away from the nozzle because the fumes can be strong. Avoid pointing the nozzle at painted surfaces or wood to avoid possible damage. As you would when steaming a garment, avoiding tipping the steamer and keep your fingers and face away from the steam to avoid burns. Pour any vinegar remaining in the tank into the sink drain.
  1. Fill the Tank With Distilled Water: Refill the tank with distilled water.
  1. Expel the Water: With the steamer set on high, point the steamer nozzle into a sink or bucket and expel all the water in the tank. This removes any traces of vinegar and helps blast out any loose mineral deposits from the tank and nozzle.
  1. Cool and Dry the Steamer: Allow the steamer to cool completely. Check to be sure the water tank is completely empty. Dry the appliance with a lint-free cloth.

How to Clean a Standing Steamer

  1. Empty the Water Reservoir: With the steamer unplugged and cool, remove the reservoir tank and pour the water into a sink or bucket.
  1. Fill With Vinegar: Fill the reservoir with distilled white vinegar or cleaning vinegar.
  1. Heat and Expel the Vinegar: Plug in the steamer and use the highest heat setting. When the steamer is heated, expel the vinegar into a sink or bucket until no more steam escapes. Stay away from the steam to avoid burns.
  1. Fill With Distilled Water: Refill the tank with distilled water.
  1. Heat and Expel the Distilled Water: Again, on the highest heat setting, expel the distilled water until the tank is empty to remove any traces of vinegar in the steamer tank, hoses, and nozzles. If water remains in the reservoir, empty it into the sink or bucket.
  1. Disassemble and Dry the Steamer: Disconnect the nozzle and hoses, if possible. Dry them with a microfiber towel or allow them to air-dry.
  1. Reassemble the Steamer: When the components are dry, reassemble the steamer. If you plan to use it soon, fill the tank with distilled water and it is ready to use.

How to Decalcify a Steamer

If you have been using tap water or allowed water to stand in the steamer for several months, mineral deposits have had plenty of time to develop in the tank and nozzle. While decalcifying a steamer is similar to cleaning, you'll need to take a few more steps to remove any deposits clogging the nozzle.

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  1. Empty the Water Tank: With the steamer unplugged and cool, empty any water from the tank.
  1. Fill the Tank With Vinegar: Fill the water tank with distilled white vinegar or cleaning vinegar. Allow the vinegar to sit in the tank for at least 30 minutes (up to two hours is best) to help break apart the limescale and mineral deposits.
  1. Expel the Vinegar: Turn on the steamer and choose the highest heat setting. Expel the vinegar into a bucket or sink.
  1. Fill the Tank With Distilled Water: Fill the tank with distilled water and allow the steamer to heat the water. Expel the water into a sink or bucket at the highest steam flow setting.
  1. Allow the Steamer to Cool: When the flow of steam stops, unplug the steamer and allow it to cool. Disassemble the parts and empty any remaining water from the tank. Consult the user guide or the manufacturer's website for instructions on how to disassemble the steamer.
  1. Dry and Inspect the Components: Use a lint-free towel to dry the components. With the steamer disassembled, look for any cracks in the gaskets or hoses that are interfering with steam production. Cracks pose a safety issue; there is a potential for accidental burns, so it's a good idea to replace any damaged components.
  1. Inspect the Nozzle: If you see white, chalky residue on the nozzle head, it requires additional cleaning. Pour some distilled white vinegar into a small bowl that is large enough to hold the nozzle. Heat the vinegar for about 30 seconds in the microwave.
  1. Soak and Clean the Nozzle: Submerge the nozzle in the warm vinegar and allow it to soak for at least eight hours or overnight. Remove the nozzle and rinse well with warm water. Use a toothpick to gently remove any deposits from each nozzle. Rinse again and dry with a towel.
  1. Reassemble the Steamer: Once all components are dry, reassemble the steamer.

Tips for Maintaining a Steamer

  • Always use distilled water to fill a steamer and don't overfill the tank. All tap water contains minerals that can clog the steamer.
  • Empty the water reservoir between steaming sessions. This is especially important for travel and handheld steamers. Dry the components with a towel or air-dry before storing the steamer.
  • Do not allow the water tank to run dry while you are steaming because any mineral deposits can scorch or burn, making them more difficult to remove.
  • Always store the steamer in an upright position without water in the reservoir.
  • Clean the steamer at the first sign of sputtering or diminished steam output.

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How do you clean out a steamer? ›

Follow These Steps
  1. Fill the reservoir with one part white vinegar to two parts distilled water. ...
  2. Let the water cool down completely, then empty the steamer.
  3. Repeat the process as needed until the clog is fixed or the mineral deposits are gone.
13 Jan 2020

How do you remove calcium deposits from steam? ›

So, this means that calcium is highly reactive with acids, such as vinegar—which most people have in their homes already. Then, the vinegar is going to work best with heat. Use your steam cleaner to heat up the area and scrub with vinegar. Use the steam cleaner on your faucet filter and apply the vinegar to that too.

How do you remove limescale from a food steamer? ›

If you notice a build up of hard water limescale on the heating element of your steamer you may need to descale it. Pour 3 cups of white vinegar into the water reservoir and fill to the MAX mark with water. Do not fit any other parts of your steamer. Plug in your steamer and set the timer to 20 minutes.

How do I clean my steamer without vinegar? ›

You should frequently wipe down the exterior of the steamer and routinely flush it out with a cleaning solution made out of baking soda and water.

How do you clean a steamer with baking soda? ›

Mix your purchased descaler or mix 1 1/2 oz. of baking soda with one quart of clean water. Fill the empty tank with this mix. Seal the unit and turn the steam cleaner on so that it begins heating.

Which type of cleaner should be used to remove mineral deposits from steam tables? ›

Acid Cleaners Acid cleaners are used on mineral deposits and other soils that alkaline cleaners cannot remove. These cleaners are often used to remove scale in warewashing machines and steam tables. An example is CLR.

What type of cleaner is best for taking off mineral deposits? ›

Acids are typically found in toilet bowl cleaners, rust removers, metal cleaners, and kitchen and bath cleaners that remove mineral products. White vinegar, a weak acid, is about 5 percent acetic acid. It may remove hard water deposits from glass, rust stains from sinks, and tarnish from brass and copper.

How often should Steamers be cleaned? ›

At the end of each month, it's time for a DEEP clean. Use one cap of white vinegar with distilled water and let it run all the way (Glow tip: do this at the END of the day or on a day you don't have any clients, the smell of the white vinegar isn't too pleasant).

How do you clean an industrial steamer? ›

At the end of every work day, drain the machine. Add 2.5 gallons of water and 1 cup of white vinegar to the cooking compartment. Run the steamer for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, drain the vinegar mixture and allow the machine to cool.

How do you clean an iron steamer? ›

If you have a steam iron, another way to clean out the iron steam vents is to fill the water reservoir with a mixture of half distilled white vinegar and half water. Then grab an old cloth or towel, and iron and steam it. As you steam, residue will come out of the vents along with the vinegar.

How do you remove calcium and mineral deposits? ›

White vinegar, baking soda and even a lemon can be used to get rid of pesky calcium stains. Many homemakers already use vinegar to help clean difficult areas. It's also helpful when addressing hard water stains or calcium buildup.

How do you reduce calcium deposits? ›

How to Reduce Calcifications
  1. Quit smoking – In general, this is better for your overall health.
  2. Eating more green vegetables – Vitamin K helps to block off calcium from building up in your arteries.
  3. Reduce salt intake – Too much sodium in your diet can cause high blood pressure.
21 Sept 2020

How do you dissolve calcium deposits on metal? ›

To remove limescale from stainless steel taps
  1. Mix a thick paste of bicarbonate of soda (two parts) and white vinegar (one part)
  2. Spread this paste over any limescale deposits.
  3. Leave in place for 30 minutes.
  4. Rinse and dry.

Does vinegar dissolve limescale? ›

Apply vinegar or lemon juice directly onto a cloth and scrub the limescale until it comes away. Alternatively, mix one part lemon juice or vinegar to four parts water. Put the solution in a spray bottle and spritz it onto tiles and plugholes. Leave this to soak for up to an hour for stubborn scale deposits.

How do you stop limescale in a steam iron? ›

Use demineralized or distilled water to fill your steam iron. This water is purified, so it contains no bacteria or calcium. You can buy it in bottles at the supermarket or drugstore. You can also use a purifying water pitcher, which filters calcium from tap water.

How do you get rid of limescale permanently? ›

Both vinegar and lemon juice will do a great job of removing any limescale deposits and freshening up your machines' innards at the same time. In a washing machine, use a large cup of either liquid in place of your usual detergent and run a normal washing cycle (without clothes).

Can you put white vinegar in a steamer? ›

Add 1/4 cup of white distilled vinegar to the rinse water in the steam cleaner's water reservoir. The white vinegar will aid in neutralizing odors that may be present in your carpet, upholstery, and other furnishings.

What should you not clean with a steamer? ›

What NOT to Clean with Steam Cleaners
  1. Anything that can be damaged due to heat exposure, such as water-based paint and cardboard.
  2. Porous surfaces, such as stucco, brick, and marble.
  3. Large industrial spaces and food plants.
  4. Large areas of carpet.
  5. Delicate items, such as silks, thin plastics, and velour upholstery.
3 Aug 2020

Can you use apple cider vinegar to clean a steamer? ›

Pour a gallon of hot water and the ¼ cup of apple cider vinegar to the steam cleaner. Make sure to place everything well in its cleaning receptacle. For better result, use only the hottest water it provides.

How do you clean a mineral collection? ›

The safest liquid to try first is water with a little dish soap. Soak your finds in soapy water for a day to loosen any packed-in dirt, and wipe or brush them clean. An abrasive toothpaste can also dislodge grime from smaller surfaces. Many collectors choose to remove calcite from rock and mineral specimens.

Which cleaning agent would best remove mineral buildup on a steam table Servsafe? ›

Acid cleaners -- Use periodically on mineral deposits and other soils that detergents cannot remove. These cleaners are often used to remove scale in warewashing machines and steam tables. Abrasive cleaners -- Use these cleaners to remove heavy accumulations of soil that are difficult to remove with detergents.

How do you prevent mineral buildup? ›

5 Hard Water Buildup Solutions
  1. Invest in a Descaler. Instead of a water softener, which removes the minerals from your water, consider investing in a descaler (also called a water conditioner). ...
  2. Wipe Surfaces Dry. ...
  3. Keep White Vinegar on Hand. ...
  4. Create a Lemon Juice Spray. ...
  5. Lower Your Water Temperature.
19 May 2022

Will vinegar break down mineral deposits? ›

A: White vinegar should work, but it needs to be given time to work. If the mineral deposits are all over the faucets, you may need to soak a paper towel with the vinegar and wrap it around the faucets for 10 minutes or so.

How do you clean mineral deposits without vinegar? ›

Baking Soda

The minerals leave behind residue that makes even the most expensive tiles and grout look cheap. To fix the problem, apply a baking soda and water paste to the affected areas. Allow this natural cleaner to penetrate the stain for a few minutes.

Should you soak steamers in water? ›

Once rinsed, have a large bowl or pot ready with enough cold, salted water to submerge the clams. Never use hot or warm water as it will kill the clams. Cover and let the clams sit for 30 minutes to an hour. Doing so allows the clams to spit the sand out—purge the sand inside their stomachs.

Why is steam cleaning so effective? ›

Steam cleaning kills germs, viruses, and molds.

When steam penetrates surface pores, it removes dirt, debris, bacteria, and other tiny elements with hot vapor molecules. These vapor molecules are so hot that they are able to kill even the strongest pathogens like E. Coli and Salmonella from your home's surfaces.

How do I clean my stainless steel steam? ›

Use a soft cloth to buff. The Steam Clean: To sterilize stainless steel, you can also use a steam cleaner with a nozzle attachment. The steam will disinfect the surface, which can then be wiped dry with a soft cloth. Stainless steel can scratch easily so avoid using a brush attachment or any stiff cleaning tools.

How do you properly clean? ›

Follow this step-by-step guide to make the most of your time and clean your house fast.
  1. Clean the whole house, not one room at time. ...
  2. Gather all your cleaning tools in a caddy. ...
  3. Clear the clutter. ...
  4. Dust and vacuum. ...
  5. Wipe mirrors and glass. ...
  6. Disinfect countertops and surface areas. ...
  7. Focus on tubs, sinks and toilets. ...
  8. Sweep, then mop.

How do you remove mineral deposits from natural stone? ›

While it's not generally wise to use abrasive cleaners on your natural stone countertops, you can safely treat stubborn hard water stains with a paste of baking soda and water. Simply apply it to the affected area and scrub it with a soft-bristled brush, then rinse with water and dry with a microfiber cloth.

How do you remove mineral deposits from stainless steel pots? ›

Mix up a 3:1 solution of water and vinegar (any kind), put the solution in the affected pot or pan (make sure to completely submerge the mineral deposits), and turn heat it up on the stove. Once the water starts to get near boiling, shut off the burner, and let the hot liquid dissolve the mineral buildup.

How do you remove calcium deposits from a kettle? ›

Fill the kettle ¾ full of either water and one lemon, or with equal parts water and vinegar (household vinegar is fine). Let it soak for one hour. Boil the kettle (three times for lemon, once for vinegar) Allow it to cool, then rinse thoroughly several times.

What destroys calcium buildup? ›

White Vinegar: Pour white vinegar into a plastic bag and secure it around the affected faucet. Allow the vinegar to sit for several hours before removing it. Once the bag has been removed, use a scrubbing brush and baking soda to clean away the calcium.

Can taking calcium cause joint pain? ›

Joint pain and swelling at baseline entry into the calcium plus vitamin D trial was closely comparable in the two randomization groups with over 70% of supplement and placebo group participants reporting joint pain and about a third reporting joint swelling.

Why do I get calcium deposits on my teeth? ›

Calcium deposits, or tartar, happen when the soft, bacterial film on your teeth hardens. This will look like white, chalky marks on the surface of your teeth. The deposits happen due to the calcium phosphate in your saliva sticking to the plaque on your teeth.

Does baking soda dissolve calcium deposits? ›

As previously mentioned, baking soda does a bang-up job at dissolving calcium deposits left behind from hard water, but this pantry staple doesn't act alone. By introducing an acid (i.e., white vinegar), a chemical reaction takes place that may be short-lived, but highly effective.

Does hydrogen peroxide remove mineral deposits? ›

For really tough hard water stains, try scrubbing with some hydrogen peroxide. Yep, the same stuff you have in your first aid kit. Hydrogen peroxide plus some elbow grease should banish even the most stubborn of hard water spots from your metal fixtures.

Will bleach get rid of calcium deposits? ›

Bleach is one kind of cleaner that can be used to remove calcium deposits. Lemon juice can also be used in place of vinegar. You may also use bleach to remove some stains, but if you do, it's important to rinse it off quickly so that it does not harm surfaces.

What should I not mix with vinegar? ›

The Three Things You Should Never Mix with Vinegar
  • Hydrogen peroxide + vinegar. You may assume that combining these two ingredients in the same bottle will boost their cleaning power, but it's more likely to increase your risk of going to the emergency room. ...
  • Bleach + vinegar. ...
  • Baking soda + vinegar.
8 Feb 2019

Does Coke remove limescale? ›

So does coke remove limescale? Yes. The acid in coke will help to dissolve limescale and there are several examples of it being used to clean toilets, descale kettles and in other circumstances.

How do you get rid of mineral build up in a steamer? ›

Fill the Tank With Vinegar: Fill the water tank with distilled white vinegar or cleaning vinegar. Allow the vinegar to sit in the tank for at least 30 minutes (up to two hours is best) to help break apart the limescale and mineral deposits.

How do you remove mineral deposits from a steam iron? ›

Mix water and baking soda to form a thick paste. Using a cloth or soft sponge, apply the paste to the soleplate (the bottom of the iron), concentrating on any areas with mineral deposits. Let the paste sit for a few minutes before wiping away with a damp cloth.

What do professional cleaners use to remove limescale? ›

Limelite is one that is good for kitchens and bathrooms and will normally remove that ugly white residue from taps, sinks, and showers. For really hard and stubborn limescale you will need a acid based limescale remover such as Harpic, which will blast away limescale from places like toilet bowls.

Does baking soda dissolve limescale? ›

The best way to tackle this problem is with an acidic solution, which can cut through the limescale. This can be achieved by using household products like baking soda and white vinegar.

What is the difference between limescale and calcium? ›

Limescale is composed of calcium and carbonate ions. This compound is found in hard water. It first exists as calcium bicarbonate which is then broken down to the insoluble calcium carbonate.

How much vinegar do you use to clean a steamer? ›

Fill the reservoir with one part white vinegar to two parts distilled water. Run the steamer until about half of the solution is gone. 2. Let the water cool down completely, then empty the steamer.

Can you put bleach in a steamer? ›

Therefore, we do not recommend using bleach in steam cleaners. We also suggest you should not use bleach to clean the machine itself, as the bleach can degrade plastic and rubber components in the machine, destroying it for further use.

How do I clean a steamer? ›

Follow These Steps
  1. Fill the reservoir with one part white vinegar to two parts distilled water. ...
  2. Let the water cool down completely, then empty the steamer.
  3. Repeat the process as needed until the clog is fixed or the mineral deposits are gone.
13 Jan 2020

How do you steam clean without vinegar? ›

If your steamer has a hose attachment, you should clean that, too. Simply detach the hose and flush it with water. You can do this outside with a garden hose, or carefully in the kitchen sink or shower. Flush the hose several times, or until the water runs clear once it filters out of the hose attachment.

Can you use a steam cleaner to clean? ›

Steam cleaners are a wonderful way to deep-clean many types of surfaces since they don't' use harsh chemicals. Hard surfaces easily cleanable with a steam cleaner include countertops, kitchen & bathroom fixtures, some types of flooring, as well as other impervious surfaces.

What should you use to clean your steamer and how often should you clean it? ›

At the end of each month, it's time for a DEEP clean. Use one cap of white vinegar with distilled water and let it run all the way (Glow tip: do this at the END of the day or on a day you don't have any clients, the smell of the white vinegar isn't too pleasant).

Can you steam clean without chemicals? ›

Steam cleaning effectively trades heat for chemicals without sacrificing power. When used correctly, steam can easily kill 99.99% of germs and bacteria, making it a safe, healthy, eco-friendly, all-natural way to clean your home from top to bottom.

How do you remove calcium deposits from a heating element? ›

Treat with organic chemicals. — The most effective chemicals for combating calcium buildup are vinegar or lye. Once you flush your water heater, let the chemicals sit in the tank for a few hours, then flush it again before turning the heater back on for use.

How do you remove limescale from an electric steamer? ›

If you notice a build up of hard water limescale on the heating element of your steamer you may need to descale it. Pour 3 cups of white vinegar into the water reservoir and fill to the MAX mark with water. Do not fit any other parts of your steamer. Plug in your steamer and set the timer to 20 minutes.

How long does it take vinegar to dissolve mineral deposits? ›

Vinegar is a safe, all-natural household cleaner with the amazing ability to combat hard water stains. Pour some in a spray bottle and squirt any surface where you find hard water stains. Let it sit for five to 15 minutes to give the vinegar time to break down the minerals in the chalky, white stain.

How do you remove limescale from face steamer? ›

General Cleaning Guidelines for Facial Steamers:
  1. Add 2 tablespoons of white vinegar and fill to the top with water.
  2. We recommend you just use warm water and do not turn on the steamer.
  3. Let the solution soak for two to three hours.
  4. Wipe off the heating coil to remove any remaining mineral deposits.
17 May 2021

How do you remove scales from a steam iron? ›

Take a large, clean, damp cloth and wipe over a slightly warm soleplate. We like the e-cloth general purpose cleaning cloth for this job. If you use dryer sheets in your tumbler, these can also be effective – again, turn the iron on low and rub a few dryer sheets over the soleplate to remove accumulated dirt and grime.

Can you mix baking soda and white vinegar together? ›

The two products generate quite a reaction. When vinegar (dilute acetic acid) and baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) mix together, the pair "foams up" to produce carbon dioxide gas, as well as liquid water, acetate ions and sodium ions. The carbon dioxide gas is what produces the bubbles.

How do you deep clean a steam wand? ›

Steam Wand Cleaning Guide
  1. Step 1 — Create a cleaning solution by mixing 30 ml of Rinza with 500 ml of water.
  2. Step 2 — Remove the steam wand from the machine and soak it in the solution for 15-30 minutes.
  3. Step 3 — Rinse the steam wand with clean water.

Do you need to descale a steamer? ›

Over time, garment steamers can build up scale. The harder the water in your area, the faster scale impurities develop and solidify. Regular descaling prevents problems such as brown stains on your clothes, brown water, and leaking.

Can I run vinegar through my facial steamer? ›

Use one cap of white vinegar with distilled water and let it run all the way (Glow tip: do this at the END of the day or on a day you don't have any clients, the smell of the white vinegar isn't too pleasant).

How do you remove black deposits from an iron? ›

Mix 3 parts baking soda, and 1 part water, together to form a paste. Apply this on the blackened area of your iron and leave it on for some time. Don't let the paste get into the iron's steam holes, just the surface which gets heated. Now wipe it off clean; the majority of the stain should come off.

How do you remove iron residue? ›

Tips for Removing Iron On Patch Residue:

Dab adhesive remover on the residue. Work it in with your fingers or a rag for one minute. Scrub the stubborn residue with an old toothbrush. Once all residue appears to be gone, pretreat the area with liquid laundry detergent.

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