For what it’s worth, I use a rag mop on my floors, but my steamer is great for cleaning stuff like crayon, marker, and other stuff you would otherwise have to scrub.
Water boils at 212 degrees, so all of you asking about peeling floors, remember that. The plastic or wax coating may be getting hot enough to melt.
When I use my steamer (we are all hardwood and tile), I don’t let it sit in one spot long and if I have to make more than one pass at it, I let it cool before I go back.
All that said, my Bissel carpped out on me not long ago, so this timing is impeccable. Just skidded a crayon across the floor with my wheelchair caster, and am in the market to get the yellow streak off the floor (without actually having to bend at the waist).