The Most Wanted Steam Mop on Amazon Is on Sale Right Now





Shoppers say they'd actually "lick their floors" after using this mop.

Whether you're in the process of doing a deep spring clean or just starting to think about it, we recommend jumping on this must-have cleaning essential quick: the Bissell PowerFresh Steam Mop is on major sale at Amazon right now.

The highly raved-about steam mop ($72; amazon.com), has a strong following-over 7,000 shoppers have left it perfect five-star ratings.

The Bissell Steam Mop claims to eliminate 99.9 percent of germs and bacteria through a chemical-free, natural steam. You can use the mop to clean most hard floors, including sealed hardwood, ceramic, linoleum, granite, and marble. The mop comes with two washable pads (one soft and one for scrubbing), plus two "spring breeze" fragrance discs that release a pretty, fresh scent throughout the room you're cleaning in.

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The steam mop has gained so much popularity on Amazon that it's not only the retail giant's best-selling steam mop, but it's also the "most wished for" as well-a.k.a. Amazon users are adding it to their registries and wishlists more often than any other steam mop on the site.

To buy: $72 (was $100); amazon.com

"I am so in love with this steam mop! We have a traditional mop, the Swiffer & a Shark Duo scrubber. I was finding that the only thing that would clean my 30 year old vinyl floors was getting on my hands and knees and scrubbing with bleach and water," one reviewer wrote. "The Swiffer pads would just fill with dirt and I felt my floors were never clean. I found the Shark Duo scrubber to be a really expensive, glorified Swiffer. And I have two babies under two and operate a home daycare, I don't have time to scrub the floors on my hands and knees. This steam mop takes ONLY water and has washable pads. We had to buy one. My floors are the cleanest they have ever been with 5-10 minutes of mopping. I kid you not, I would lick these 30 year old vinyl floors."

Shoppers love how simple the Bissell is to assemble, saying it's "so easy a simple a caveman can do it," and they are completely enamored by its cleaning abilities compared to other products.

"We have been using this guy for several weeks now and I had no idea our old steam mop was such crap," another customer wrote. "This thing will make you LOVE to clean! Note: we have 4 children, a dog, and I'm a baby photographer with children smashing cake into my floors. We also live on a lake with all the nature that comes inside. It's quick, efficient, takes up very little space, and I can't say enough positive things."

It's time to put off giving those floors a deep clean-make sure to hop on this sale before it ends!

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