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    Default Recommend me a steam mop

    My house is tiled throughout and I'm looking to buy a new steam mop. Can anyone recommend me a decent one without a huge price tag? All the ones they seem to stock in big w etc have awful reviews.

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    Definitely go the Bissell, lots of cheaper ones on the market won't heat up enough so you end up with soaking wet floors and have to work harder to get stains off.

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    I have a bissell (few years old) and can't complain. I've had several over the past 10-15 years and my advice is get one (if you can not sure what style they make now) that has the water container in the upright handle rather than down in the mop head - I personally find these much easier to move around.

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    I have the Bissell with the built in sweeper as well. You can use it just as a steam mop or if you floor is a little dirty use the sweeper and steam at the same time (the sweeper part is not very good on really dirty floors though) I find it very convenient and leaves my floors nice and clean. We have wooden floors throughout the house (no carpet) so it gets a good work out!

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    So for the next silly question, where is the best place to purchase a bissel that you've all recommended?

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    I got mine at Harvey Norman!

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    I got a Bissell from the Good Guys

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    Thanks ladies!

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    I got mine from Godfreys online. I refuse to go into the store though, their sales tactics are very aggressive

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    Default Recommend me a steam mop

    http://www.godfreys.com.au/hoover-st...steam-mop-teal

    I got this for $50 which is half price at the moment. I figured I would just try it was only $50 and I could buy a better one if this one wasn't good but it is and I love it!

    It's so light and picks up dirt I didn't even know existed


 

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