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Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (844 of 964)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,741 - Total Helpful Votes: 844 of 964
Vax S86-SF-B Steam Fresh Boost Steam Mop, 0.8 Litr&hellip by Vax
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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The S86-SF-B snaps together easily, as per instructions. Two 250 ml bottles of Vax Steam Detergent are also included (enough for 10 uses). I first used this Vax on the tile floor of my bathroom. On the cleaning pad provided, the Vax moved easily across the tiles, shooting steam from a front nozzle at the click of a trigger on the handle. So far so good. Beneath my sink was some ingrained soap scum. The cleaning pad glided over it but didn't completely remove the stain. Following the instructions, I used the compact scrub brush on the stubborn stain. This eventually removed it, but I had to use some elbow grease. Don't be fooled by TV adverts you may have seen in which steam… Read more
Minnie Mouse Cosytime Toddler Bed by Disney
5.0 out of 5 stars Ideal, 26 April 2014
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This is a beautiful little starter bed for girls. It's not just bright and beautiful - it has been designed with safety in mind: the bed lies low to the ground, reducing the risk of injury if your toddler rolls out; there are safety sides to minimise the risk of falling out; the headboard, footer and sides are made of blow-moulded plastic with gently curved surfaces and no sharp edges; the legs are smooth and cylindrical, so the risks posed by other beds' cuboidal sharp-edged legs are avoided.

Your toddler will love the bright colours and Minnie Mouse design. As a parent, you'll probably be more impressed by the bed's safety. When parents and children are equally taken by a… Read more
Moss Witch: And Other Stories by Sara Maitland
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I found this collection of short stories compelling. Each tale involves a different scientific phenomenon, but there's nothing stuffy or academic about the writing style. Sara Maitland has spun stories that - while inspired by science - break new ground thanks to her powerful imagination. Characters are masterfully created, especially in the brilliantly titled 'The Mathematics of Magic Carpets'. The title tale - 'Moss Witch' - is superb: a captivating blend of ecobiology, folklore and magic.

Perfect.