Cleaning around your pets! Steam mop suggestions?
I'm looking to get rid of my swiffer wet jet, for one, it's one of the two cleaning chemicals I use that doesn't get wiped up afterwards, and two, it doesn't really clean all that well.
I should probably mention I don't need anything SUPER heavy duty, because I live in a small apartment where I have 3 areas in the house with linoleum. I 4x6 kitchen space, a 4x4 bathroom area and a 3x5 walk in closet where the litter boxes are.
I'm debating on using a steam mop, but I would also like one that I can use on the walls of my shower, which are white tile and white grout... I used to use lysol basin tub and tile, but again, I'm thinking of the health of my little ones, the 2 youngest of whom love to wrestle in the tub... at 3 am.... O.o it echoes...
After Monkey's bout of pancreatitis, I'm scared to use about anything that she could possibly pick up residue from. I figure, windex is alright, because it gets wiped away until dry, scrubbing bubbles in the kitchen sink for the shine, which also gets rinsed and wiped dry after use, I'm using clorox green works as an all purpose atm, and bar keepers friend on the bottom of the tub for the non slip stuff (God that stuff is annoying to get clean) and that also gets rinsed well with hot water and washed away. IF the steam mop can work on that, it would eliminate a little more of my worry. Thanks in advance for any tips and tricks, and some real pet safe ways to clean!
(EDIT) Ah yes, and since shortly after posting this (about 15 seconds) Romy horked up a massive hairball, it reminded me I also use Resolve Triple Oxi advance on stains in the carpet. Says nothing about being harmful to pets, but also, if you have a better solution, let me know LOL
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Last edited by Beckie210789; 05-14-2011 at 12:37 AM.