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22-10-2013 16:14 #11
22-10-2013 17:38 #12
I have heard of that Electrolux vac, choice gave it a good writeup and there are a few different models. My friend had one as well and she said the same thing, it died. She now has a Rowenta which I think I might buy, and maybe a cheapie steam mop as well.
This is what I really want tho. A cordless robovac that steam-mops the floor while vacuuming up the water and dirt. For $99. And it will bring me a nice cuppa and bicky when its done ha ha
22-10-2013 19:30 #13
I have hardwood floor - jarrah which you can see every grain of sand and streak on. I have a electolux cordless carpet cleaner which does a great job wizzing around with kiddy crumbs. For a bigger clean I use my standard vacume and I have a monster steam mop. I swear by it.
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22-10-2013 20:38 #14
I have hardwood floors and use a dyson stick vac -no scratches.
I then ise a sabco spray mop and love the results.
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22-10-2013 21:30 #15
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22-10-2013 21:36 #17
I too have hardwood floors. I have a Dyson stick cleaner I use first,and I have bought the kit from sabco for $20 to try. Absolutely love it.. Leaves floors really clean & shiny & they dry in no time.
22-10-2013 22:01 #18
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22-10-2013 22:31 #20
Hardwood floors, stick vacuum and spray mop here too. I love both these devices. We use the stick vac a few times a day. It's a rowena brand but pretty powerful at 18v. Only issue is that I put of using the normal vacuum and under the couches never gets done. I've got a steam mop and I love the finish but it's a PITA to use. I'm waiting for a cordless one to come out.
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