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Steam! Is there anything it can't do?
Steam mops are popping up everywhere, from late-night TV commercials to your local convenience store. They're touted as the way to get rid of a mop and bucket. But are they all effective? Can they be used for every surface? In short: nuh-uh, no way.
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