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    Vapamore Steamers

    Well I noticed two Vapamore steamers on the "Whats New" page. Anyone used these prior or considering one ????


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    Re: Vapamore Steamers

    I'm considering one now that AG is selling it. Nice find Scott.

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    Re: Vapamore Steamers

    Yea! Portable one looks awesome!!!

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    Re: Vapamore Steamers

    Uh oh... now that AG is selling steamers this means no more threads mentioning other popular steamers here on AGO.
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    Re: Vapamore Steamers

    Quote Originally Posted by Shiny Lil Detlr View Post
    Uh oh... now that AG is selling steamers this means no more threads mentioning other popular steamers here on AGO.
    +1
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    Re: Vapamore Steamers

    Quote Originally Posted by Shiny Lil Detlr View Post
    Uh oh... now that AG is selling steamers this means no more threads mentioning other popular steamers here on AGO.
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    Re: Vapamore Steamers

    looks like the old black and decker car vacuum but uses steam. its a great carpet and seat cleaner i have a rear seat from 1984 that hasent been cleaned since then. might get one for this. wonder how it would work on leather seats

    i have a 1984 buick grand national.

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    Re: Vapamore Steamers

    i would like to see some member reviews on these! i was thinking about getting the McCulloch MC1275 but for some reason didnt feel like it would be sufficient for me. i think i would rather spend on the extra $200 and get this one. can anyone chime in?

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    Re: Vapamore Steamers

    Id say the McCulloch would do just fine. That's been my go to steamer for about 2 years now. Just had it clunk out on me last month and the company honored their warranty and sent me a new one. Performance wise it lasts me about 45 min so it gives me plenty of time to steam clean all the cracks and crevices, steam carpets, and even do the tire rims. It seems like the vapamore has a higher temp of steam output but you really dont need too much. Just a few days ago I steamed the paint off of some BMW AC vents but fortunately AG had sent me a free sample of some poor boys trim restorer in my last order and that came to my rescue. oops! My McCulloch also has several attachments with it for getting into the tiny cracks, tile grout, and even the triangle head for covering with a microfiber to do carpets and leather. Just a final fyi I got mine off of ebay for only $85 brand new in the box!

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    Re: Vapamore Steamers

    I've been looking for a "Good priced" steamer,but i'm the type that would rather pay more(get what ya pay for)for something that is worth it.
    But the price for this one($299) sounds interesting:

    Vapamore MR-100 PRIMO Steam Cleaning System

    I may have to entertain my curiosity and try it out.
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