Portable Steam Cleaner £15.99 @ Aldi from 16th January
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Portable Steam Cleaner £15.99 @ Aldi from 16th January

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Found 10th Jan 2014
Great price for one of these. Going to get one for my up and coming spring cleaning =)

Details from website ...
Steam pressure: approx. 3 bar.
Extension hose approx. 52cm.

Includes:

Steam Nozzle
Angular Nozzle
2 Round Brushes
Upholstery Accessory and Cloth
Window Cleaner

8 Comments

Looks very similar to this one I got from amazon for £13 something. It is now £16.65 from amazon, so is cheaper at aldi. Decent for cleaning grease of things, like cooker hoods.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Looks ok for the price.. cheers

thekanester

Looks very similar to this one I got from amazon for £13 something. It is … Looks very similar to this one I got from amazon for £13 something. It is now £16.65 from amazon, so is cheaper at aldi.


Unless you buy from a Marketplace seller, in which case it's £14.35 (Topnotchsales) (_;)

ian.online

Unless you buy from a Marketplace seller, in which case it's £14.35 … Unless you buy from a Marketplace seller, in which case it's £14.35 (Topnotchsales) (_;)



Thanks for the heads up. Just ordered 2 of these. Hopefully, I can finally stop scrubbing that darn oven!

allusiveorc

Thanks for the heads up. Just ordered 2 of these. Hopefully, I can … Thanks for the heads up. Just ordered 2 of these. Hopefully, I can finally stop scrubbing that darn oven!



You'll still be scrubbing. This is not a magic tool, you'll need to put in a lot of elbow grease still. Also there's no way this holds enough water to do an oven, you'll be refilling this many times.

If you wanted to do an oven then you'd need to spend £200 - 300 on something like a Karcher, and even then I'd just use a bowl of Ammonia over night which is dirt cheap and more effective.

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Edited by: "fishmaster" 10th Jan 2014

oh
and i thought it could have solved my daunting problems with massive backlog lists of PC games...

hi,

does anyone know if these are good at cleaning grout between kitchen/ bathroom tiles?

thanks

I have just bought Aldi's hand held steamer for £9.99 just about to try it out today, mainly for tiles in bathroom & shower cubicle so will see how it performs, £9.99 its cheap enough to throw away if it doesn't do its job properly otherwise l will take it back!
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