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    I have a haan one and love it! Would highly recommend it.

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    I have a bissel steam mop! Love it! It's got a triangle head so can get into corners & is easy to manoeuvre & u don't have to wait long for it to heat up. Something else I love is it has a button you push to make the steam come out rather than when it comes to temp steam just comes out. The cord isn't extremely long but overall a great mop! Compared to my last one (bought from woolies, was yellow with black trim $45) the bissel one is worth the money at $130. I wouldn't recommend any with rounded corners because you can't get into corners of your house! =)

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    In addition Shark, you can refer to other brands like Haan, Bissell, Hoover ...
    I'm using the Bissell Flip !t (you can read our review of here) and I'm happy with it
    I use it for both wood and tile floors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arli View Post
    Things to keep in mind when buying are the type of mat or sock on the bottom, personally I dislike the socks they fall off and get dirty too quickly and can leave muddy streaky. Also they differ whether they are instant of need to heat the water, monster for example needs to heat it takes about 10 minutes before you can use, but you can buy some that are instant. Some also have swivel heads and others don't. Mine was about $300 it is a Hoover, it has Velcro type pads that you just rip off, it heats instantly and it's head swivels amazingly it gets into all the owners. Definitely worth he extra $, I tried several others and they all crap in comparison!

    Yesterday I bought this one (Hoover twin tank) for $249.
    I used it for the first time last night
    I'm still not sure about using it on my hardwood floors, but used it on my tiles and rugs.


 

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