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Steam mop recommendations please

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Tactfulcactus Mon 18-Apr-16 10:04:38

I had a cheap Adobe steam mop which has worked fine but after 2 years has died (My daughter claims 'Smoke just started coming out'?...)

Do I go for another cheapy or can you promise my life (and floors) will be transformed if I invest more?

Your thoughts please!

Coldest Mon 18-Apr-16 10:05:01

Place marking

HolaWeenie Mon 18-Apr-16 12:10:11

I had a vax, but now have amtico flooring so can't use steam to clean. Vax didn't revolutionise my floors. I just liked it because it did the job of the mop without all the faff of wringing out in the bucket etc.

Tactfulcactus Tue 19-Apr-16 10:20:45

Thank you Hola.

ppeatfruit Tue 19-Apr-16 10:25:41

The Karcher one is good, it's easy to use and wades through the greasy floors and oven etc. You have to hoover or sweep first of course.

Laura280315 Tue 19-Apr-16 10:41:15

I have a thane x5 h20 and love it, not just great for floors but Windows sinks, garments and my children's toys and high chairs

Tactfulcactus Wed 20-Apr-16 10:16:45

PPeat does your karcher one have a separate tank - that looks a bit tiresome?
The Thane looks good. Still deliberating - but my floors are getting dirtier...

ppeatfruit Wed 20-Apr-16 15:36:46

No it's all one, very easy, and believe me I don't usually say that about most 'convenience' products. It's a SC 2.500 C.

AngelBlue12 Wed 20-Apr-16 19:52:59

I love my Karcher one, I did have a handheld one but it was too heavy for DH (he has MS) but my new one is just the ticket smile

storybrooke Sat 23-Apr-16 12:41:05

I have a shark one you can use both sides on that I love, but the X5 would always be my preference!

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