jlw at January 24th, 2014 13:33 — #1
eggytoast at January 24th, 2014 13:47 — #2
I picked one of these up just a few months ago; I've got a shed-happy corgi and two cats. I didn't realize just how much grime had worked its way into the rugs. It is definitely easy to use and it "makes sense" to put together.
stefanjones at January 24th, 2014 13:52 — #3
After a few years of dog ownership I purchased a Neptune steam cleaner. Not as portable as your model (wouldn't work on stairs), and it doesn't work as well as a rented cleaner. But it is always available, and gets out the mess. (In my dog's case, vomit is the excretion of choice.)
I generally do a pass with the soap on, then again with just water. That gets any residual soap out.
Pre-treating stained areas with "Nature's Miracle" or other enzyme cleaner seems to help a lot.
old at January 24th, 2014 14:19 — #4
Lloyds Bank may be in the market for one of these.
dimitrios_papag at January 25th, 2014 04:16 — #6
Sorry for the moron question, I looked into getting one of these but After reading about it online nowhere did it say that it uses steam, I was worried that it only used hot water. Can you verify for me weather or not the thing really makes steam or not. I would really like it to be a bacterial VMD as well.
johneightthirty at January 25th, 2014 21:17 — #7
Easy to assemble and simple to use, I was up and cleaning within 15 minutes.
I'm pretty sure Jason meant to say "it was up and cleaning within 15 minutes". I doubt that Jason is easy to assemble (and he probably isn't easy to use, either).
jlw at January 25th, 2014 21:42 — #8
dimitrios_papag at January 26th, 2014 00:05 — #9
jlw at January 29th, 2014 13:33 — #10
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