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    Default Steam mops!! How to choose?

    So I want a steam mop, I've had one before but it broke a few years back and I never replaced it. Now with the baby crawling around and leaving sticky food all over the tiles I think a steam mop will be the easiest way to keep those damn tiles clean.

    My question to you all is: Do you own a steam mop, do you recommend a brand and how much did it cost.

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    I LOVE my steam mop!! We have a monster & it is excellent! Cost around $300

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    Default Steam mops!! How to choose?

    I read the title as "step mums!! How to choose?"

    Then I read your post. Haha

    I had images in my head of you trying to pimp out your old man. Sorry to go off topic.

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    Default Steam mops!! How to choose?

    Iv got a bissle $150 I love it
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    Default Steam mops!! How to choose?

    I have a kenwood delux I think it's a cs2000, it works great and was cheap ($70) but my next mop will be less bulky and this one comes with two rags only, on the upside it's a continuos very hot steam, not the ones you have to keep pressing to get get the steam out which would drive me bonkers...

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    HAHAHA.

    Yep, i just cant decide how to choose one!

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    Yeah, i dont want one that i have to press anything for the steam to come out.

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    Default Re: Steam mops!! How to choose?

    I have a bissle. I hate it. Leaves my floors very wet and you have to push the button to get conyinuous steam.

    I am going to trade it in and get the Euroflex (monster) Ez1 steam mop. It's drier and continuous steam.

    I think at good guys it is $199. I can't wait to get it. It also has a carpet attachment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by earthfairy View Post
    I LOVE my steam mop!! We have a monster & it is excellent! Cost around $300

    This. It's amazing. You just pull the handle down to get the steam going, and put it back upright when you want to stop it.

    It's so easy too. My house is 4 bedroom and tiled throughout, and it used to take me over an hour to mop it. By the end I'd be out of breath, red in the face, and trapped in a corner somewhere til the floor dried haha!

    With the monster it takes about 20 minutes, and takes as much effort as vacuuming. It's brilliant!


 

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