Found 30th Nov 2009
I'm looking for a steam mop with a maximum budget of 50 pounds for my mum for Christmas? Any ideas?

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"merry christmas mum, now go and clean up" lol

I have always used steam mops and the only one thst is a 'dry' steam is the Hometek Steam Mop they had them at a very good price on Amazon I have various steam mops as all my house is tiles or wood and absolutely swear by the Hometek -when you are on Amazon look down the list there are some real bargains, I am so tempted to get the one that does the yard but I alrady have 6
ALSO remember you can do your windows, your douvets your mattress, especially as its a dry steam

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I have always used steam mops and the only one thst is a 'dry' steam is … I have always used steam mops and the only one thst is a 'dry' steam is the Hometek Steam Mop they had them at a very good price on Amazon I have various steam mops as all my house is tiles or wood and absolutely swear by the Hometek -when you are on Amazon look down the list there are some real bargains, I am so tempted to get the one that does the yard but I alrady have 6ALSO remember you can do your windows, your douvets your mattress, especially as its a dry steam



Thanks Octobergirl. Would you say its a durable mop and good for tiles? and is it light and easy to maneuver? Also, can I get warranty from Amazon? Sorry to bother you with questions, only it's the first time I'm getting one...
thanks
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