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maggie-

Steam Mops?

This question may make me sound slightly domesticated. Do not be fooled!!

I caught myself looking at these in the supermarket at the weekend and thinking hmmmm...useful!

Does anyone have one and are they any good? We have oak boards and tiles in the kitchen and bathroom. Would you recommend a brand. The Vax looks compact and efficient?

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Queen of Puds

Steam mops

Yes I bought one - haven't used it as much as I thought I would but only because it hasn't needed doing. Easy to use, light etc. the little attachments are all pretty useless, but the large floor area steaming is much, much simpler than the old mop or cloth. I also have open plan lounge dining room with wooden floor, hard floor bathrooms then tiles in kitchen/utility. It does all brilliantly. The little nozzle was hard work on kitchen tiles tho - tho I have limited patience.

I bought the Murphy Richards version, very pleased with it. My mum has a different model - they seem to do the same things. I had heard mixed reviews about the vax version but I'm sure the only real difference is the price.

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Queen of Puds

Steam mops

Little nozzle - I meant on the wall tiles ... That was mostly irritating because the little cloth got grubby fast & you only got one of those in the set.

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Tooodlepips

steam mop

I have a shark and it's great - don't use them on oak flooring though (or any other wood), the steam will discolour and perhaps distort them.

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maggie-

Steam Mops

I was in Fenwicks today and a guy was demonstrating the shark,(It was on offer) he said you can use it on wood floors! I liked the hand held attachment on that machine, it was sturdy and the other attachments also looked good and useful for steaming fabrics etc... I was tempted. Which model is the Morphy Richards Q of P? I will have a look out for that one? : )

 
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