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    Default Are there ANY decent steam mops out there????!!!!

    I love the clean of a steam mops but we have had a few now various prices and they either leak , are very awkward to move, stop working completely or are just basically a PITA! Anyone have one they are happy with?! I have a 'pokey' house so moving in and out of rooms is an issue.

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    I had my heart set on a steam mop but just couldn't find one that didn't have incredibly mixed reviews.

    So I went with the Enjo system. I know that's not what you asked about, but I really love it

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    I have an Aqua lazer steam mop from big w, it's the best I've owned so far.


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    I clean my sister's house, and she has miles of tiles and a vax wet and dry thing (but it's not steam). It sucks - it takes aaaggesss, doesn't clean properly, doesn't dry all over and leaves puddles, needs emptying all the time, you battle with the cord and get a sore finger on the trigger. I take my mop and bucket and just use detergent and really hot water, they look perfect.

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    I have a Bissell Powerfresh. It works great, has a really long lead too so you can go from room to room.

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    I have a Bissell Lift-Off. It's great, no regrets about spending the money on it.

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    I have Electrolux it's awesome, way better than the monster I had previously. It has instant steam, Velcro heads not those stupid socks, swivels and goes flat to get under things. It also has triangle head for corners, I love it!!!

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