BISSELL Steam Mop Deluxe Hard Floor Cleaner, 31N1
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- Lightweight steam mop for cleaning hard-floor surfaces
- Removable water tank; water-purification system; no chemicals required
- Ergonomic handle; steam-on-demand trigger; swivel head; hanging hook
- Includes carpet glide, 2 microfiber pads, and eucalyptus-mint fragrance water
- Measures approximately 6 by 11 by 45-1/5 inches
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Steam Mop Deluxe Steam Cleaner 31N1
Steam It To Clean It
Clean and sanitize when used as directed in one easy step. Steam is an all-natural cleaner that can sanitize when used as directed, clear sticky spots and eliminate dirt–all without the use of harsh chemicals.Steaming is safe on virtually all sealed hard surfaces including: ceramic, vinyl, laminate, granite, marble and sealed hard wood. Drying takes just seconds, so it’s easy to clean anytime, anywhere. From showers and windows to counters and floors, there isn’t a surface that can’t be cleaned with steam.
What types of flooring can I clean with my Steam Mop Deluxe?
When used as directed, the BISSELL Steam Mop Deluxe is safe and effective on virtually all floor surfaces. It is safe for use on marble, ceramic, stone, vinyl, laminate, linoleum and sealed hardwood floors. And since you only have to put water in the Steam Mop Deluxe, you won’t have to worry about finding a cleaning formula that is safe for your floors.
Steam Cleaners: The Cutting Edge of Clean
Steam cleaning kicks traditional mopping right in the dirt. It’s quick and easy. So say goodbye to your old, dingy mop and bucket, and hello to a new kind of clean.The high temperature of steam sanitizes floors when used as directed and penetrates deep into cracks and crevices without the use of cleaning chemicals, which are not only costly, but can leave behind residue.Steam cleaners don’t just remove left-behind dirt and residue; they eliminate many germs and bacteria when used as directed. And they do all of this with less water than mopping. What’s more, the steam dries in seconds so you can clean and be on your way.Forget scrubbing your floors with harsh chemicals and sanitizers and let the power of steam do the dirty work for you, when used as directed!
Quick and powerful hard floor cleaner – ready in 30 seconds
- Deluxe version included hanging hook and carpet glider
- Sanitizes floors, eliminates 99.9% of germs & bacteria when used as directed
- Includes 2 washable microfiber mop pads with Microban
- Easy fill, removable water tank
- 360- Degree Swivel Mop head
- 2 year limited warranty
- All natural, 100% Chemical-Free Clean
- Steam on Demand Trigger
- Carpet Refresher Attachment
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Top customer reviews
So, here is my review: The Bissell Deluxe Steam Mop works great. I love that I do not have to deal with dirty mop water and measuring chemicals. The cord seems plenty long enough, and my rooms are large and extra large. It takes a few seconds to warm up, and a few more seconds to get the steam to the mop head...which is perfectly fine with me. It gets my floor lightly wet, less than my traditional mop because I was never patient enough to ring it out thoroughly. If I come across yucky-dried-on-the-floor food, I hold the steam mop over it for a few seconds (no more than 15), run it back and forth a few times over the area, and the floor is clean. I don't hold the steam button down the entire time I clean, but off and on as necessary. The longer you hold it, the more water it uses. So, depending on the type of cleaner you are, and the type of junk on your floor, the water may need to be refilled. My steam mop came with two washable pads that are easy to put on, pull off, and throw in the washing machine. So, basically, in my opinion, the steam mop that I bought at Target (on sale for $89 and their promotion gave me a gift card of $20 with the purchase) a few weeks ago is MUCH better than a traditional mop.
Other things to note:
-Get one with a removable water tank so that it's easy to fill.
-I'm sure all of the Steam Mops work just fine. Unless you expect a miracle, of course. It's just a mop. It's still work. Just find one that suits your tastes and price range.
-My one year old is allergic to milk and peanuts, and that is why I looked into a steam mop. She's also the child guilty of causing carrots, peas, and greenbeans to dry like concrete on the tile floor.
-I would have given the Bissell Deluxe Steam Mop 5 Stars IF it was a robot and all I had to do was push a button. But the mopping robots are too expensive and have horrible reviews. Again, this steam mop works great.
-My home has hardwood floors and ceramic tile floors.
-I like that the steam mop head turns and bends to fit under and around ANYTHING. Impressive.
-I probably could eat off my floors in the few seconds after steam mopping. I still wouldn't. And I don't require that from my mop.
Just a note: I have a iRobot Roomba vacuuming robot. I can't imagine life without it. It does require emptying the bin and cleaning off the rollers after almost every use, but it works AMAZING and saves a ton of time and effort with cleaning. I run it several times a week.
Update 7/31/2014: Mop finally died a few months ago. The light just finally went out. So, I promptly ordered the exact replacement from Amazon and it's worked beautifully too. I have added 1 more little girl, a dog, a Nana, and a college student living with me now and we all love the ease of this steam mop. Also, we've gotten rid of carpet and replaced with hardwoods. I dont use chemicals on hardwoods, but I do use the steam mop with only a quick boost of steam every now and then.
The mop came with two mop head covers that are made from a nice microfiber type of material. Some said they received cheap polyester black and white striped covers, I didn't. But just to be on the safe side I also ordered two replacement covers. If you like to mop daily or more than twice a week, I recommend buying some extra covers. Anyway, the mop was easily assembled. All I had to do was screw in two screws to hold the whole thing together. It came with some scented mop water that I have no tried and a carpet attachment so you can run the steamer over your carpets to freshen (not clean) them up a bit. I have not tried that either, as I already own a Hoover Carpet Steamer.
The water reservoir is easily removed and filled. it is quiet small so I was a bit skeptical but you can clean quite a bit of floor on one fill-up. I used tap water. The unit recommends using distilled water to lengthen the filter life, but I didn't have any. I think the unit heats up quickly, less than 2 minutes and is very easy to use. The low profile mean I could get under my cabinets and the steam comes from holes in the mop head itself so I am actually able to get some steam under the lip of the cabinets. The unit is quiet and the steam does not come billowing out all around it. I am able to mop barefoot and near my children without fear of us being scalded. I think the unit seems pretty sturdy, it is a bit weighty, nothing major but I think heavier than the shark.
As for performance I have been more and more pleased as time has gone on. Like some of the others I did notice that after the first use my floors were duller and there was some VERY minor streaking. The streaking was mostly confined to one area. The dullness has improved with each use and I suspect that both the dullness and streaking are related to sop residue being on the floor from previously mopping. Our floors were not finished properly and I am not sure how that plays into things. They were first finished with a water based stain and then (after complaining to the builder) allegedly sealed with a poly coat. They have always felt a bit tacky. No matter how much cleaning or what I used (different soaps or vinegar) they never felt clean. But, since using the steam mop my floors have never looked or felt so clean. They are visibly cleaner and even my mom commented on how clean they felt. The mop head covers show the dirt the steam mop is picking up and it is significant. I had mopped shortly before receiving the steam mop and then as soon as I got the SM and what a major difference and what a lot of dirt the SM picked up. To check how well the SM did it's job. When I was finished mopping the floors i wet a white towel and rubbed it all over the place. It came up perfectly clean, not a speck of dirt or dust anywhere. I was sold then! The only real draw back is that the cord is not very long. I understand why, this is a small unit so not much room to store a cord. I just unplug and replug as needed. Also, there is not an on/off switch. You plug it in and it is on, unplug and it is off.
Helpful hint: If you have something stuck on that the mop doesnt get up the first time. Go over it a few times without pressing the steam button to kind of scrub it. It helped me.
So in a nutshell:
Gets your floors really clean
Heats up quickly
mop heads are washable
NO chemicals (yay!)
should use distilled water
cord is not very long
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