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  • Steam Cleaning - mop vs canister

    Hi guys,

    I'd like to buy a steam cleaner and I'm currently confused about the wide choice. Now I wonder if I should better buy a steam mop or a canister steam cleaner?

    Does anyone have experiences or can give some recommendations?

    Thanks =)

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    PUT A LITTLE 'LIKE' IN MY SOUL!

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    • Originally posted by SaBu View Post
      Hi guys,

      I'd like to buy a steam cleaner and I'm currently confused about the wide choice. Now I wonder if I should better buy a steam mop or a canister steam cleaner?

      Does anyone have experiences or can give some recommendations?

      Thanks =)

      I honestly don't know, I live in an apartment building, so when the carpeting needs cleaning I call maintenance for that,, for my furniture, I use the canister type,, what's a steam mop ?

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      • It's a kind of mop which releases steam, like an upright standing steam cleaner.

        They seem to be really practical. I could also find some multifunctional steamers which are even able to do above the floor cleaning.
        But I wonder if they're worth it.

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        • We are on our second -- a Bissell, that does a very good job. Amazing how much dirt that it picks up on our wood laminate floor. This one uses just steam (no other cleaner) but has a capsule that you add to the water that gives the floor a clean smell. My suggestion is to read the reviews on Amazon.

          Our first was a two tank Hoover. It had a cleaner to go with the steam. It cleaned very well but was made very poorly. Several of the important plastic parts broke within the first year.
          "The only consistent feature of all of your dissatisfying relationships is you." Despair.com "Dysfunction"

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