Morphy Richards 70455 Essentials Compact Steam Cleaner - Was £59.97 Now £29.97 @ Tesco Direct
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Morphy Richards 70455 Essentials Compact Steam Cleaner - Was £59.97 Now £29.97 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 31st Aug 2008
Free collection to store. Also 3% cashback through quidco.

This Morphy Richards steam cleaner is scientifically proven that without the use of chemicals it can kill dust mites and neutralise allergens using its 2000 watt power output. This steam cleaner has a 1 litre water tank capacity with 20 minutes of steaming time. This steam cleaner comes complete with a funnel, filling jug, round brush, 3 different types of nozzles and storage bag with a carrying strap.

Features:
Scientifically proven to kill dust mites and neutralise allergens without the use of chemicals.
Ideal for allergy sufferers.
BAF approved.
2000 watts.
1 litre water tank capacity giving 20 minutes steaming time.
Fast 3 minute heat-up.
Includes funnel, filling jug, round brush, jet nozzle, directional nozzle, upholstery nozzle, window squeegee attachment, carrying strap and storage bag.
4.6m power cord.
Weight 2.9kg
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do these actually "suck" up the water like a vac?
maddogb;2861671

do these actually "suck" up the water like a vac?



No, it is a steam cleaner. It generates steam. No vacuum.
I thought it was a hoover at first glance lol
Are these any good? In the sense is the steam super hot steam?
This is cheap for a reason, it only produces steam at 115 degrees according to Morphy Richards website, here: morphyrichards.co.uk/Pro…455, whereas when you hire someone to do the job their equipment boils the water to over 300 degrees (although I'm not sure what the temperature is at the nozzle).

If you're an allergy sufferer, investing in an expensive steam cleaner may have profound effects on your health, which obviously makes it a great investment.
If you're just trying to look after your carpets to prolong their lifespan, I'd recommend hiring someone to clean them for you, once a year should be regular enough, and will be cheaper than buying expensive equipment yourself I imagine. Another option would be to use someone like HSS Hire, or a local Hire company.
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