Features Of Bissell Steam Mop
First would be the ease of use. Put a fresh mop head on, fill it with water, plug it in, and mop. When you are done, clean up is easy. Just remove the mop head and wash it in the washing machine.
No chemical cleaners needed. It’s easy, cost effective (no cleaning solution needed), and environmentally friendly for you house. No harsh chemicals are used so you are not adding pollutates to the air in your house.
In reading through some of the Bissell Steam Mop reviews, I noticed a common theme. The things that people were complaining about were similiar to the complaints I saw for the Shark Steam mop. First complaint was that the cord could stand to be longer. This can of course be remedied by simply adding an extension cord to it. Another common complaint was the length of the handle. Of course nothing can be done about this but perhaps someday when Bissell decides to give their steam mop a makeover, they may consider including an extendable handle as a feature.
Finally, the only other major complaint I saw was that some people had problems with the mop pushing dirt around. This appears to be easily fixed by making sure that you change your mop pad every time you use the mop. If the floor is especially dirty you might need to use a couple of mop pads in order to get the floor clean. This won’t be a problem since the mop comes with two re-usable mop pads and additional ones can be purchased at very affordable prices.
One of the most interesting things about the Bissell Steam Mop Reviews I read was that many of the consumers that own the product previously owned the Shark and found the Bissell to be a much better and more effective steam mop.