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    Steam mop. So freaking amazing!

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    Default What do you use to wash your floors?

    What surface area does your shark do before it needs a refill? And does it have to be plugged into a power point? If so how long is the cord?? TIA :-)

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    Default What do you use to wash your floors?

    Mrsoptimistic can I pop in sorry I'm really interested.

    Guys the shark steam as in the 60 buck one from target? Wow I thought you had to spend hundreds on a decent steam.

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    Default Re: What do you use to wash your floors?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrsoptomistic View Post
    What surface area does your shark do before it needs a refill? And does it have to be plugged into a power point? If so how long is the cord?? TIA :-)
    Our whole house is tiled, apart from bedrooms and it reaches everywhere except the ensuite. It has the longest cord that I have seen on any, has to be plugged in. has to be refilled once, but heats up pretty much instantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Mrsoptimistic can I pop in sorry I'm really interested.

    Guys the shark steam as in the 60 buck one from target? Wow I thought you had to spend hundreds on a decent steam.
    It was $200 at big w, maybe you're thinking of the garment steamer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    Ajax baking soda floor cleaner. Smells fresh and cleans really well
    Yeah I love this too!

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    Just curious...does anyone use a steam mop on timber floors? We have timber and just wondering whether ****** would destroy the polish/protective layer on top?...

    Erm...I don't clean my floors enough...not enough to remember what I use to clean them anyway.

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    Default What do you use to wash your floors?

    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    It was $200 at big w, maybe you're thinking of the garment steamer.
    Hmmm ill have to check again?

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    Default What do you use to wash your floors?

    Ok not sure what I was looking at

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    Default What do you use to wash your floors?

    Hot water and eucalyptus oil


 

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