This is Bissell Steam Mop Hard-Floor Cleaner 1867-7. Powered by a tank of tap water, the environmentally friendly mop shoots steam out of its 10-1/2-inch floor nozzle when you pull the handle trigger.
This hard floor cleaner has a water purification system which helps remove severe minerals and ions from tap water. This helps in eliminating hard water spots so that everything can be spotless clean.
Pros; very solid and strong built compared with other steam cleaners, lightweight enough but sturdy, the micro fiber pads are washable, no waste of hot water and energy, removes dirt, salsa, blood, hairspray, hair gel, makeup, dry ketchup, dried up soda, dog saliva and whatever else was on the floor, especially successful at cleaning linoleum flooring and bathroom tile floor.
Cons; not too often, but the water tank can loosen up sometimes. Push the water tank back down into the filter – problem solved, it would be nice if another filter was added in with the purchase
Here are some great features of the Bissell 1867-7 Steam Cleaner:
This device also cleans very nicely ceramic tile and bamboo floor. If floors are heavily soiled, there may be some streaking, but go over them again and they’re sure to come out shiny. This steam mop is a real money saver.
Here’s what one of the owners had to say about this Bissell Steam Cleaner:
Nothing would clean your floor better than good old Cinderella-style scrubbing. But considering that I have around 1800 square feet of hard flooring, 3 kids, and four dogs – my knees just can’t take that kind of action cleaning something that is just going to be puked on, spilled on, or smeared with banana in a matter of minutes. I have some experience with all the other leading brands of hard floor cleaners, and this one is really the simplest to use and completes a decent enough job that it’s a regular in my household cleaning routine.