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I know it's dull as ditch water, but tell me all about your steam cleaners please.

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NatalieJaneIsPregnantAgain Mon 01-Sep-08 11:51:42

I want it mainly for the inside of my disgustingly greasy extractor fan, but am hoping to use it for other things I haven't thought of yet.

What do I NEED? What are the pointless bits? Am I going to get a decent one for less than £50?

And, can you use steam on leather sofas?

laughalot Mon 01-Sep-08 12:46:49

Sorry nat for crashing on love do you know what flavour baby is yet grin.

NatalieJaneIsPregnantAgain Mon 01-Sep-08 16:11:49

Yep, he's a boy, very deffo a boy as well from what I could see

How are you?

(May as well catch up a bit since no one want's to talk steam cleaners with me)

laughalot Mon 01-Sep-08 17:03:46

Nat you are one of those women who is a boy magnet maker grin congrats. Three boys 1 husband eeek. We are fine aidan starts fulltime school in jan. Lauren is turning into a pmt nightmare already at 18 months lol.

babyjjbaby Tue 02-Sep-08 10:14:27

i got a steam cleaner off price drop .tv and it is fab i wouldn't get a hand held one tho get a pull along cos they have more power

NatalieJaneIsPregnantAgain Tue 02-Sep-08 15:25:05

Boy magnet maker hmm I think you're right! And to think I am one of five girls!

Does Aiden start part time this month? Or just straight into it in Jan? And shock at lauren being 18 months, doesn't it go so quickly?

BabyJJ, thanks for the tip, what sort of things do you do with it? <nosy> Do you actually use it, or is it stuck in a cupboard somewhere? (With my bread maker, smoothie maker, and other things that I forget we even have!)

babyjjbaby Tue 02-Sep-08 20:19:10

no i do use it do floors with out bathroom kitchen oven windows dogs beds baby toys highchair buggy setter not leather car alloys loads lol

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Chequers Tue 02-Sep-08 20:23:06

Mine is from John Lewis, it's a handheld jobby, was about £40 and is called...domotec steeam cleaner I think. It has lots of attachments but I've only used it for getting dog wee out of the carpet (yuck).

DH is more anal fastidious than me and I believe he has cleaned the bathroom taps with it and found it pretty good.

babyjjbaby Tue 02-Sep-08 20:24:30

i'll show u a link but need to clean up will get it in bout 15mins smile

babyjjbaby Tue 02-Sep-08 20:42:04

i am tryin gto find it for u lol

babyjjbaby Tue 02-Sep-08 20:45:45 ewItem?hash=item130241273655&_trkparms=72%3A984%7C39%3A1%7C66%3A2%7C65%3A12%7C240%3A1318&_trksid=p32 86.c0.m14 that sis the same as mine but i only payed £28 posted for it off price drop tv last year the vax ones are sposed to be good as well for a hundred pound

tassisssss Tue 02-Sep-08 20:46:57

Like Chequers, my dh has used ours more than me.

We bought the Lakeland one after friends raved about it.

I don't think it's that good...

babyjjbaby Tue 02-Sep-08 20:50:41

i have a domeotec one and find it crap but the other one is fab i wouldn't buy a handhel one again

NatalieJaneIsPregnantAgain Wed 03-Sep-08 09:54:46

Can you do leather sofas with steam? We normally just wipe over them with baby wipes but feel like it is time for something a bit deeper.

And how are they on grease?

I want one that will be the next best thing we ever bought, and couldn't do without it ever again!

babyjjbaby Wed 03-Sep-08 11:18:25

i wouldn't use it on leatehr they r fab on grease just stem it over then wipe grewase away

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