Re: Steam mops
"Brian Christiansen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>I am sure that some people here mop their kitchen floors occasionally, even
>I do sometimes. I have used both a regular mop and a Swiffer wet jet mop.
> I prefer the wet jet mainly because it is easier. With the wet jet you
> don't have to fill a bucket (or the sink) with water, you don't have to
> wash the mop head (I like to do it no more than every second use), and the
> floor seems to dry faster, and you don't have to wait for the floor to dry
> before you can go in the kitchen.
> They are just a lot less hassle, and therefore I get to mopping my floor
> more often, which is probably the most important thing. There is probably
> a greater expense involved, but I believe it is not enough to overshadow
> the advantages.
> What I was wondering was whether anyone has experience with the steam mops
> that they are hyping on the infomercials? According to the commercials
> they are easier to use than standard mops, cheaper (in the long run) than
> the wet jet mops, and work better than either of them. Also, according to
> the commercial, you don't have to wear gloves and a gas mask to use it.
> Brian Christiansen
I have an older floor steamer. I love it. It's fast, easy and there are
no chemicals of any kind used, just water. When this one dies I'll replace
it with a steam mop.
Re: Steam mops
"Ms P" <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
> I have an older floor steamer. I love it. It's fast, easy and there are
> no chemicals of any kind used, just water. When this one dies I'll
> replace it with a steam mop.
> Ms P
I have a big general steamer that has a floor attachment and I have it
because it doesn't use chemicals. With a narrow nozzle it will even clean
the oven, and the mineral deposits it finds and destroys are unbelieveable.
I doubt I would buy one that only did floors.