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Pyle PSTHH05

Pyle PSTHH05

$39.95
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0.3L
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Portable
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900.0W
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Pyle PSTMH02

Pyle PSTMH02

$51.30
$35.00
$16.30 cheaper than 20 days ago
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0.3L
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Portable
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800.0W
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Bissell Lift-Off Steam Mop
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Bissell Lift‑Off Steam Mop

$142.42
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0.57L
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Upright
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1500.0W
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Shark S3455

Shark S3455

$73.96
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0.33L
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Upright
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1550.0W
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Black & Decker FSM1605

Black & Decker FSM1605

$134.94
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0.35L
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Upright
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1300.0W
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Pyle PSTMH15

Pyle PSTMH15

$69.99
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0.3L
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Portable
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900.0W
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Hoover SSNH1000

Hoover SSNH1000

$74.87
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0.4L
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Portable
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1000.0W
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Pyle PSTMP20

Pyle PSTMP20

$112.59
$89.99
$22.60 cheaper than 19 days ago
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0.45L
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1500.0W
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Steam Cleaner Retailers

We compare prices from 5 steam cleaner retailers every day to bring you the best deals. We compare high street and online prices to make sure you save money on your favourite steam cleaner. We search for bargains from the United States's largest retailers such as Amazon and ebay as well as smaller shops in our mission to show you the best offers available today.

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Choosing the best steam cleaner for your house

A steam cleaner is a specialised floor cleaning machine - it heats up water to produce steam, which is then used to clean floors,curtains or upholstery at very high pressure. The mixture of the very hot steam and the pressure mean that it is far more effective than a vacuum cleaner for shifting stains and dirt from floors and carpets - think of it as a super-powered version of a standard mop and bucket! There are 3 main types of steam cleaner - upright, cylinder and portable:

Upright

These steam cleaners look like traditional vacuum cleaners, with a handle on top, the steam generator built into the main body, and a flat cleaning head on the bottom. The design makes it easy to clean large areas of floor at once, though the all-in-one design means that it's far more bulky for cleaning upholstery and curtains.

Cylinder

This make of steam cleaner has a separate section (usually on wheels) for the steam generator and power, then a nozzle and cleaning head extending from the base. Unlike the upright design, the nozzle is free-moving and very flexible. This means cylinder cleaners are extremely versatile - they can be used on floors, upholstery and curtains with equal ease. However they do tend to be the more expensive option.

Portable

As the name suggests, these steam cleaners are smaller and handheld. Because of the lack of size, they aren't designed for cleaning floors or carpets - instead these devices are meant for cleaning upholstery or curtains. Their handheld size makes them extremely flexible and can reach awkward corners with ease, but their size comes with a tradeoff in power and water capacity, so are nowhere near as effective as thier larger brothers.

Water Capacity

Steam cleaners have an onboard water tank that is used to generate the steam used for cleaning. The capacity of these tanks can vary considerably - from small 0.2L handheld tanks, to enormous 2L tanks in the bigger models. The larger the water tank, the more steam can be generated before the machine needs to be refilled. This means larger machines can be used for longer at a time, and so are more efficient for larger cleaning jobs.

Steam Pressure

Steam cleaners have a pressure rating, measured in 'bars'. The higher the pressure rating, the stronger the steam will be 'pushed' against the floor or carpet. This leads to more effective, deeper cleans, meaning your carpets get cleaner, faster! We have models with pressure ratings from 1 to 5 bars.

Included Accessories

Finally, many steam cleaners come equipped with a range of different nozzles, brushes and accessories to help with different cleaning scenarios. Things to look for include:

- specific nozzles for cleaning windows, corners and upholstery.

- brushes for better cleaning hardwood and vinyl floors

- accessories such as gloves and pads to make deep cleans much easier.

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