Appreciate the advice . I’ll check it out (y)
Yes. I am sure. fortunetly we were going to do refurb the whole house so wasn't bother. but with new wooden flooring I would not use it. I am sure there are some people who uses it and no problem.
Have wooden flooring - all it does is make the floor wet and push the dirt around. We have tried so many floor cleaners, having dogs - we clean the floors often. I recommend getting this with spare mops heads https://www.amazon.co.uk/Microfibre-Cleaning-Multifunctional-Extendable-Sweeper/dp/B00YPIO0WC they shouldn't cost more than £4 in discount stores like B&M or something.
Thanks for the advice . Are you certain it was this machine that damages your floor? I’ve only recently had new flooring laid and want to keep it clean. But not damage it!
I know lots of people use this successfully on wooden floor but it damaged my floor. since then I have bought Bissell crosswave. it works perfectly on tiles + wooden floor.