BISSELL 1867 Steam Mop Bare Floor Steam Cleaner
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- Steam-mop for chemical-free cleaning of bare floors
- Ready to clean in 30 seconds
- Low-profile pivoting head, ergonomic handle, and steam trigger
- Safe on marble, ceramic, stone, vinyl, laminate, linoleum, and sealed hardwood
- 7-1/2 by 10-1/2 by 45-1/2 inches; weighs 6.9 pounds
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Bissell Steam Mop Bare Floor Steam Cleaner - the most environmentally safe and thorough way to clean your bare floors
The Bissell steam mop for bare floors is ready to blast away grime in just 30 seconds and gets the job done without the use of chemicals or detergents. Powered by a tank of tap water, the mop shoots steam out of its 10-1/2-inch floor nozzle when you pull the handle trigger. The machine-washable terry-cloth mop pad wipes up the results. Slim and lightweight, the mop features an easily maneuvered swivel head with a conveniently shallow profile for under cabinets and shelves. It is safe for use on marble, ceramic, stone, vinyl, laminate, linoleum, and sealed hardwoodsall of which should dry after cleaning in a matter of seconds. An externally mounted filter features color-changing beads to indicate when it needs replacing. The machine can be used with distilled water to prolong the filters life. The mop runs approximately 15 minutes on one tank, and speedy set-up and heating time means you can be cleaning again within a few minutes. Nice details include a comfortable handle, a ready indicator light, an extra mop cover, a built-in carrying handle, a wall-mount storage bracket, and quick-release cord hooks. Bissell also includes a one-year warranty. --Emily Bedard
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I took the advice of many offered here and purchased extra cleaning pads. They are a tad tricky to get on, I put the steam mop on the counter so I can get the pad on properly. I think the little cord thing could have been better designed, but the pads have held up well, I wash them on hot and dry them on hot, I haven't noticed any shrinkage.
The steam mop cleans so well, I love that I can blow through my 1800 square feet of hard flooring (tile and sealed Bamboo) with under 2 reservoir tanks. I use distilled water and haven't had any trouble with the filter.
Pros - what's not to love?
- It cleans very well. Even dried baby food, bananas, and other sticky messes come up after letting it steam for a few seconds.
- small and compact, easy to store.
- Uses only water and cleans better than the popular yet difficult to use, Floormate.
- It's very quiet. I can clean after my kids are in bed, the soft steaming noise doesn't disturb anyone. Even down the hall, right outside their bedrooms.
- I'm tall so it's a little short for me, I find myself hunching over it a bit.
- It does take some effort to push, but it cleans overall more quickly than the powered Floormate.
- Like any machine, it can't get right up close to the walls, so every so often I've got to get down on my hands and knees and wash right up next to the baseboards and cabinets. But it does fit under the cabinets with its low profile head.
I'm so sorry Bissell isn't making this anymore, my mom, mother in law, and friends all want to purchase one.
I love everything about this mop except for one tiny thing--the cloths that fit over the mop-head are difficult to get on. I struggle with them and often get my hubby to help. Wish Bissell would make the mop heads elastic. But once the mop head cloth is on, you are good to go. When finished, you sling the dirty cloth into the washer.
But otherwise and in spite of that, this mop RULES! We installed the wall-hanger apparatus so the mop stays handy on our utility room wall. Easy to use and easy to put away. You will waste no more money on replacing those cheesy sponge mops that don't work right anyway. Cleaning with steam is THE WAY TO GO!
Although you may be averse to the idea of cleaning your floor with only hot water, let me reassure you: this mop does a better job than any cleaner I've ever used (and I've tried them all!). As a side note, I also just read somewhere that floor cleaners, especially those with oils for hardwood floors, leave a sticky film that attracts dust and requires that they be cleaned sooner. So not only is this mop good for the environment, but it also requires you to clean your floors less often than you normally need to. In addition to cleaning and disinfecting well (by leaving it on a spot for 15 seconds), it is also easy to maneuver. The swivel head allows you to get in almost anywhere. The actual steaming function is most obvious when going in reverse and it is my impression that the best cleaning is done on the draw-back rather when you go forward (imagine vacuuming and you'll know what I mean).
The only downside is that because you're essentially pushing wet cloth against a hard surface, there is indeed some resistance. Therefore, I would not recommend the mop if you are in a physically deteriorated state (i.e. elderly, late stage of a disease, etc.). Also, if you're in a small room (like my tiny bathroom), :) try to leave the door open because this mop can really steam up the room. Finally, as another reviewer mentioned, the mop pads are kind of a pain to get on--Bissell should definitely make them elasticized!
In sum, this mop is incredible. Buy it and you'll love it. It's fairly small and easy to store, but has more cleaning power than you might imagine!
1. The mop leaked like heck after filling it up. customer service suggested all kinds of "fixes" that I should try. didn't feel i should be fixing a brand new purchased.
2. When trying to use the steamer, it it supposed to release a thin layer of steam/moisture. Instead, it loded the floor with water, as if I was washing the floor with an old mop-and-bucket. This made the drying of the floor all but impossible.
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