Steam mop £20 amazon lightning deal
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Steam mop £20 amazon lightning deal

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Found 19th Mar 2014
Found this browsing the deals section on amazon. I had a Vax before which packed up. Might be worth a shot at this price if the reviews are anything to go by.

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Other half has been wanting to buy one of these for our home. I have resisted as we have only a large tiled kitchen and small bathrooms but at this price I might let him buy one and he says if we get one he will do the cleaning!! Why not!

I'm looking for a steam mop that can clean carpets, surfaces (in hand held mode), tiles and toilet. I cannot have chemicals used in my room as It sets my asthma off. Hence why a steam cleaner would be ideal. I'm in a care home , and currently they're just hovering the floor (once a week if I'm lucky) and occasionally wiping surfaces with a cloth using plain water. They won't purchase a steam cleaner so I have to! Does this steam mop have a hand held mode and if so.. do you think it would be suitable?
If not, has anyone got any reccomendations?

most steam cleaners like this are 1000w+ this is 900w i haven't used this so i don't know if this will make a difference in the overall performance
Edited by: "ssjinzo" 19th Mar 2014

I can't be certain but doesn't look like it has a hand held attachment, these are usually call 3 in 1 or 5 in 1 or whatever. however b&m does have one of these at £25, I think its a pifco one

Temped. I was holding out for the Aldi deal.

Same price at ASDA online.

Abode Mop


Gordonc1960

Same price at ASDA online.Abode Mop



And a more realistic RRP

Gordonc1960

Same price at ASDA online.Abode Mop



No free click n collect on it though so you have to pay extra for delivery.

BIGD99

Temped. I was holding out for the Aldi deal.



hotukdeals.com/dea…e=2

Great find, but Aldi one seems better in every way. Bigger water tank, longer cable, quicker warm up time, longer steaming time, longer guarantee and more powerful for just a fiver more.
Edited by: "AdoEvo" 19th Mar 2014

Are these any good?

Banned

Ordered, cheers.

can this be separated to use to clean kitchen tiles?

If this is similar to the Asda Abode Mop, than don't bother...sure some steam will come out, but it's nowhere as effective as a Vax steam mop.

got this from asda last year. used it twice and it randomly stopped working. had to return in the end.

Banned

don't get it. my handal broke . steam is ok. doesn't leave floor wet as my aldi one.
this looks flimsy as also is heavy . so you think now

[quote=hannah7992]I'm looking for a steam mop that can clean carpets, surfaces (in hand held mode), tiles and toilet. I cannot have chemicals used in my room as It sets my asthma off. Hence why a steam cleaner would be ideal. I'm in a care home , and currently they're just hovering the floor (once a week if I'm lucky) and occasionally wiping surfaces with a cloth using plain water. They won't purchase a steam cleaner so I have to! Does this steam mop have a hand held mode and if so.. do you think it would be suitable?
If not, has anyone got any reccomendations?[/quote

Allergy UK have a list of reccomeneded cleaners

allergyuk.org/pro…ers



This is the which guide might give you an idea of whats best for you.

which.co.uk/hom…rs/


Edited by: "flipperni" 19th Mar 2014

hot!

hannah7992

I'm looking for a steam mop that can clean carpets, surfaces (in hand … I'm looking for a steam mop that can clean carpets, surfaces (in hand held mode), tiles and toilet. I cannot have chemicals used in my room as It sets my asthma off. Hence why a steam cleaner would be ideal. I'm in a care home , and currently they're just hovering the floor (once a week if I'm lucky) and occasionally wiping surfaces with a cloth using plain water. They won't purchase a steam cleaner so I have to! Does this steam mop have a hand held mode and if so.. do you think it would be suitable? If not, has anyone got any reccomendations?



Hi, you gotta go for 2 in 1 models. There is one Murphy Richards, search here on hotuk. I posted a week ago a Bissel one. I received it today however cant try yet as Im too busy.


redchris

Are these any good?

BIGD99

Temped. I was holding out for the Aldi deal.



yes its aldi one im waiting for ?

I am after a steam mop, what would u guys recommend?

This mop is cheap and cheerful - it does the job but you get what you pay for. No, it doesn't have a handheld attachment and you cant change the amount of steam. It's just a simple 'fill it up and turn it on' Mop. I recently replaced mine Because it just stopped steaming. I've now got an X5 and it's great but was 4 times the price of this.
Edited by: "1on4" 19th Mar 2014

I had one of these and was very disappointed with the quality of construction and safety. The pipe from the water tank split allowing water to pour over live electrics.

What is best is buy the 2.5 litre bottles of Deionised Water in Poundland and use that in it, it stops the jet clogging up. That is what stops most of them working, limescale build up.

I had this as my first steam mop and at first I thought it wss okay, but a month or 2 in the handle broke, common problem, which was replaced no problem, then within a week or 2 the steam seemed to gove up and hardly come out. I was given a refund and told to bin it.

The vax one from Argos which I replaced it with was far superior and only a fiver more, I'd opt for the Aldi available from tomorrow, they won't be I the shop for long though, I missed them!

how do you download Skyrim on this?

I've had 2 of these from Asda. The first lasted 6 months & stopped. The 2nd they replaced it with lasted 2 steams of my wooden floor! Asda offered a 3rd replacement but I took my money back.

Be warned!

I bought this from Asda last year, don't waste your money , the cable is short and leaks water everywhere , and the on off knob fell off mine, I need a new one now and I won't be buying this one again!

flipperni

[quote=hannah7992]I'm looking for a steam mop that can clean carpets, … [quote=hannah7992]I'm looking for a steam mop that can clean carpets, surfaces (in hand held mode), tiles and toilet. I cannot have chemicals used in my room as It sets my asthma off. Hence why a steam cleaner would be ideal. I'm in a care home , and currently they're just hovering the floor (once a week if I'm lucky) and occasionally wiping surfaces with a cloth using plain water. They won't purchase a steam cleaner so I have to! Does this steam mop have a hand held mode and if so.. do you think it would be suitable? If not, has anyone got any reccomendations?[/quoteAllergy UK have a list of reccomeneded cleanershttps://www.allergyuk.org/products-and-services/listing/steam-cleanersThis is the which guide might give you an idea of whats best for you.http://www.which.co.uk/home-and-garden/laundry-and-cleaning/reviews/steam-cleaners/



Flipperni,
Thankyou VERY much for taking the time to reply to me! I will check out the links and hopefully will find something suitable!
Thanks again

tuncsi

Hi, you gotta go for 2 in 1 models. There is one Murphy Richards, search … Hi, you gotta go for 2 in 1 models. There is one Murphy Richards, search here on hotuk. I posted a week ago a Bissel one. I received it today however cant try yet as Im too busy.



Tuncsi,
Thankyou VERY much for taking the time to reply to me! I will have a look on here for both the models you suggested! It would be great if you could let me know what you think of your Bissel when you get a chance to use it!
Thanks again!!

Shazadi_786

I am after a steam mop, what would u guys recommend?



On a well known consumer web site, the best buy is: Abode ADSM4001 - the one on this thread is the Abode ADSM2001. The 4001 is more expensive but came out as a best buy.

Do some of these things not do windows??? Be handy! Can you tell I'm a bloke?!

Vax up to 75% off sale today. Some ok offers. Enter SPRINGSALE14 to enter site.

Edited by: "flipperni" 20th Mar 2014

brj080402

Do some of these things not do windows??? Be handy! Can you tell I'm a … Do some of these things not do windows??? Be handy! Can you tell I'm a bloke?!



One of these does the trick. Wipe the window over with soapy water and vacuum off. Great for tiles, mirrors and work tops.

karcheroutlet.co.uk/pro…nes
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