The sandwich toaster browns fairly evenly, and gives a nice crisp outer with a hot filling.
The steam mop. I have never had a steam mop before, so I did get ridiculously excited about this one. It is super easy to set up and use, and I have to say that it does a much better job on my kitchen floor then a standard mop and bucket. It doesn’t leave the floor wet, but it does leave it clean, shiny and smelling really fresh.
The shaped mop head is perfect for getting into all the corners, especially around the kitchen cupboards.
Even Max enjoyed the new steam mop, and spent the whole time sat on the kitchen floor watching the cleaning happen.
I love that you can also use this steam mop for freshening up carpets too. You use in exactly the same way and it seems to ‘lift’ the carpet and make it look fresh and new again. Perfect for when you are trying to sell your house like we are at the moment – a quick whizz over with the steam mop before a viewing and everything looks and smells lovely.
Conclusion. I am more than happy to use supermarket electrical items. I think that many branded options have a hugely inflated price tag for what is essentially the same item, that does the same job. Buying from supermarkets is a great way to make your money go further without missing out on the items you need and want.
What do you think? Do you use supermarket electrical items, or do you tend to stick to the bigger brand names?