If you have a running list in your head of all the things that need a deep clean in your house, prepare to start checking things off: the Bissell SteamShot is on sale!
Amazon shoppers are already wise to this genius steam cleaner — it's raked in more than 19,000 five-star reviews — but if you're an animal lover, you really going to like this steam cleaner. Not only is this a chemical-free cleaner to keep your family and pets safe from harsh cleaning solutions, a portion of the proceeds for every steam cleaner sold goes toward saving homeless pets. That's something to feel good about!
This cleansing machine only uses steam to remove filth from just about any surface — no need for harsh chemicals.
"I do my best to do chemical-free cleaning due to lung disease," wrote a delighted cleaner. "This is a great new tool to my arsenal of cleaning tools. I rely on a steam mop for the floor. For everything else this baby gets the job done!! Including getting up black paint my 15-year-old dropped on white grout." Another satisfied cleaner worked its cleaning power on softer items: "This steam shot is great though for other uses: cleaning upholstery, pillows, stuffed toys, and similar things."
This tool comes with seven multi-surface cleaning tools for any size and any type of job — including cars and trucks.
"I am impressed!" a happy truck owner wrote. I bought an old pickup from a carpet guy who used foam rubber padding as floor mats for the carpet and used Velcro to hold it down. While the Velcro didn’t stick to the mats, it sure stuck to the carpet, and it would not come up without nearly ripping the carpet! Ten seconds of steam and each strip came up effortlessly with minimal residue! Well, the steamer made quick work of the residue as well! As well as lots of places around the truck that were GROSS! When you have a work truck with 295k miles, things get greasy! This cleaned it up like a new penny!"
Another satisfied customer claims it's 'magic' and wrote: "I have been using this all over the house and I can't believe how well it works. I've cleaned up sticky residue on the floor, steamed the grease out of the cracks of my stove, cleaned the icky corners under my kitchen cabinets, and lots more! I'm very impressed. I think I'll be using this for years to come."
This steam cleaner can clean things you didn't know could look new again. One shopper went to town on her house.
"It removed stuff I have not been able to get clean," an excited shopper shared. "I cleaned the burned-on crud in my oven and under the burner pans on my stove where something spilled and nobody cleaned it up. It cleans small areas like the window tracking, the edges of the washing machine lid, around dishwasher areas that are tough to clean....I cleaned the inside of the dishwasher with steam and a microfiber cloth, no harsh chemicals."
If you have Amazon Prime, you can get this steamer shipped to you for free, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And even those without Prime get free shipping on orders of $25 or more).
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