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    Default Steam mop help

    I had a cheapie steam mop that died and I want to buy the danoz h2o mop.
    It has free shipping ending today and I want it but.... it's a lot of money and a normal mop is cheap but the steam one does other cleaning too and I don't know!

    (Can you tell I'm indecisive?)
    Should I? It's using birthday money too

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    I'd look at the product review quickly, that will confirm what other people think already incase its bad and you haven't wasted any money then

    Steam mops do work great though, My mum has one and it is so much easier to clean the floor with and sinks.

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    Default Re: Steam mop help

    You can get them on ebay cheap

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    I do really want one, but it's comen to me actually buying and I am questioning myself!

    I know can get then on eBay but I will get a warranty if I get one from an actual store

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    Default Re: Steam mop help

    Heya, just wanted to let you no that I spent $160 on a H20 steam mop and honestly I'm not overly satisfied, after I've mopped lino and tiles,they look fantastic, I put ds down once floors have dried [doesn't take long ] the tops of his feet and bottoms of his hands are almost black, in the bath for him and out comes the mop again, I mop once a week and vacume every 2nd day.


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    I love mine! I love how much other stuff you can clean with it, I do the mirrors, shower, bath, stove top, lounge, rug, etc with it.

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    Default Steam mop help

    I was going to buy one but after reading the reviews on various websites I decided not to. I'm still on the hunt for a steam mop for about $150

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    Default Re: Steam mop help

    It's on sale for 128 at the moment and I love that it does so much other stuff too but at the end of the day it's a lot of money for a mop

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    Default Re: Steam mop help

    Can I suggest the shark steam mop... I've tried several others and it is the best so far. It's about $200 but not flimsy.

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    Default Re: Steam mop help

    I have had a think about it.
    And decided I am going to buy a spray mop instead, at the end of the day it's just a mop

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