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The BISSELL Symphony All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop - Not a One Trick Pony!

The BISSELL Symphony All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop - NOT a a one trick pony - it's a regular work horse!

I have a lot of hard wood floors in my home. Two cats, two dogs, lots of pet hair and lots of work keeping my floors clean.

A normal day cleaning begins with running the vacuum and then going back over the floors with my mop.

Enter the The BISSELL Symphony All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop.  I had purchased a steamer from another company a few years ago and was less than impressed. I was even less impressed when said steamer quit functioning after minimal use. Needless to say, I jumped at the chance to give the The BISSELL Symphony All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop a try.

The BISSELL Symphony All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop is the revolutionary cleaner that can vacuum and steam at the same time. You get a clean, hard floor without using a mop and bucket or harsh chemicals—all you need is water. The steam and vacuum functions can be used as a separate function or together.

With all critters outside or otherwise entertained, I snapped the two pieces together and after reading the easy to follow instructions, I was off and running. Wow. This really works! I did have to empty the dirt cup several times and refill the water tank, however that was a small inconvenience compared to how great the Symphony works at picking up dirt. The mop pad was definitely going to need to be washed after I was finished cleaning, that was certain.

Two hours later, (I did say I had a lot of wooden floors) I was happy to show off my work to anyone who would listen. The unit is easy to dismantle and place in the ready position for my next cleaning day, which with all the pet hair wafting its way back to the floors, won’t be too long.

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* BISSELL sent me a unit to review for this post. I am not being compensated in any other way. BISSELL is not responsible for the content of this article.

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