This steam mop review deals with the Bissell Steam Mop Select Titanium 94E9T. Judging from its name, you would think that this steam machine was high tech and nearly indestructible. After all, it does have Titanium in its name. However, it’s so named not because it is made of a high tensile metal but because of its color. Don’t worry, though. Even though it’s “Titanium” name doesn’t necessarily refer to its strength, I have found that it is an apt moniker for this device. It is pretty tough.
The first thing you’ll notice about it is its triangular head. It’s a head that is perfect for getting into those tight corners of your room or behind your toilet. However, it’s not the best design for those with a lot of floor to cover. If that’s the case, then you might want to go with a cleaner with a rectangular head.
A good thing about this steam cleaner is its tank size. It holds a full 17 ounces of water, so you wont have to fill it up as often as some other steam cleaner models. And fortunately, it can heat this water up in about 20 seconds—a full 10 seconds faster than some of its competitors.
One of the things that really makes it different from its competition is that it doesn’t have a water filter. Which can be either good news or bad news depending on your point of view. On one hand, you don’t have to replace water filters, but on the other hand this unit may be vulnerable to hard water.
Heavy duty cleaning with just one hand
- Is Great For Corners
- Water Heats Up in 20 Seconds
- Tough And Sturdy
- Quiet Operation
- Not Suitable for Large Floor Areas
- May Not Fit In Small Places
- May Be Vulnerable To Hard Water
- Short Power Cord