Black & Decker SM1620 Steam Mop with Smart Select Technology
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- The power of steam deep cleans floors killing 99.9-Percent of germs, mites, and bacteria without using chemicals
- Smart Select dial automatically releases the right amount of steam according to the floor type
- Safe on all sealed hard floors - even delicate enough for hardwoods
- Swivel steering for easy maneuverability around furniture and in tight spaces
- Large, easy-fill water tank provides over 25 minutes of cleaning
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Smart Select ensures a thorough yet delicate cleaning on all sealed hard floors including tile, vinyl, stone, marble and even hardwoods and laminate. Simply select your floor type on the Smart Select dial and the steam mop automatically releases the right amount of steam for the perfect clean.
It cleans dirt you can see and kills germs you can’t, including 99.9% of bacteria and dust mites. Easier than a mop and bucket, the steam does the work for you--killing 99.9% of germs--while the microfiber pad traps dust and dirt.
Designed to clean floors throughout your household, the steam mop includes settings for stone/marble, tile/vinyl and wood/laminate floors. Smart Select technology ensures a thorough, safe cleaning--even on sealed hardwood floor.
The low profile design allows you to clean under furniture without moving it. Simply move the mop into the standing position if you need to take a quick break while cleaning and place it on the included mat-- the steam will automatically stop flowing to prevent floor damage.
The steam mop uses regular tap water to provide a deep down clean throughout your household--no need to worry about harsh chemicals, fumes or residue. The included microfiber cleaning pads effortlessly glide across the floor to lock in dirt and grime.
Steam evaporates quickly to leaving your floors sparkling clean and streak-free. Unique low-profile design allows you to easily clean under furniture without moving it, so mopping is never a chore.
Safe for pets and children-- uses only water to create steam. No need for chemicals to kill germs and bacteria, the heat of steam alone can kill 99.9% of germs and dust mites.
Steam cleaning allows for a thorough cleaning experience without using toxic chemicals. Tank heats up in 15 seconds and changes from red to blue to alert you as soon as the mop is ready to steam.
Cleaning pads are washable and reusable to reduce waste and save you money. Simply machine wash, dry and reuse. Mop automatically stops steam when parked upright so you don’t have to turn steam off and on every time you pause.
With hands-free pad removal, dirt sticks to the mop and not to your hands. Just step on the tag to release the cleaning pad.
Pads are machine washable and reusable-- just throw them in the washing machine after your clean. Large water tank allows you to clean uninterrupted for more than 25 minutes on one fill-up.
The steam mop is designed to store easily, either standing upright on its own or hanging on a wall. Cup and lid are attached so there is no need to worry about losing them when not in use.
What’s in the Box:• Steam Mop
• 25-foot power cord
• Three washable/reusable microfiber cleaning pads
• Resting/storage mat
• Water cup
• Two Year Warranty
Top Customer Reviews
Since it was my first time using it, I thought that I would give my first impression of it. Out of the box, very easy assembly, and clear precise instructions. This mop happens to come with 2 microfiber floor cloths, a water cup (which can attach to the handle of the unit so it doesn' get lost), and a pad for the unit to stand on while moving furniture or other items around. When the unit is stood upright the steam stops flowing and the pad is to protect your surface from the wet microfiber pad. As soon as you tilt the handle again, the steam resumes and you go back to where you left off. There is a dial on the front of the unit where you dial in the type of floor that you are cleaning: stone/tile/wood. This allows the approprite amount of steam for each type of floor.
I steam mopped 2 tile bathrooms, a laminate wood living room/dining room combo, a laminate wood kitchen, a tile foyer, and an epoxy painted cement floor....all on one tank, with water left over. I steam mopped by going with the grain on the laminate, so I did not experience any streaking. The tile floors came up shining, as did the epoxy painted cement, also without streaks. The cord is quite long, so I didn't have to keep moving the plug every 5 minutes. I used both pads since this was the first steaming and a lot of dirt came off of the "clean" floors that were just cleaned yesterday with a vinegar/water solution.Read more ›
3 levels of steam outputs (presented on a dial according to the type of floor you are cleaning)
awesome swivel head and tilting handle
you can refill it mid cleaning - no cool down first
water reservoir is located on the back up high rather than on the bottom of the machine (no bending)
cool looking design
The steam just did not get hot enough (or if it did, the temp dissipated by the time it got through the heavy cleaning pad)
just did not do a good job cleaning - simple sticky spots in kitchen would not come up except with vigorous back and forth
1 steam hole on bottom for steam to escape
left my floor with a weird cloudy film. I could actually buff it off with a towel revealing the shiny floor it should have been
floor was left streaky
I have returned this item and will be getting, yet again, another Monster. I really don't want to because the Monsters seem to just stop working but with a 1 y/o year old and 4 y/o I need SOMETHING and the monster did a MUCH better job actually cleaning and sanitizing my floor. The Monster always left my floor super smooth and shiny, no streaks...and what it really comes down to for me is the effectiveness of cleaning....not the bells and whistles. Though I really hope my next Monster lasts longer.
Good for small kitchens or bathrooms only, if that.
CON: HARDWOOD FLOORS:
The bona mop does a superior job on hardwood floors. When there was a spot on the floor, the steam mop required going over it multiple times or worst case scenario--getting down and using the power of elbow grease. Not true with the bona--which moped up spots with ease. I can not comment as to the germ fighting ability--it is very possible that the steam cleaner does a superior job in that area.
I did not have any trouble with streaking with this mop and credit that to the fact to can change the dial settings to the type of flooring you are using it on.
My bathrooms are tile. And this did a superb job cleaning the tiles. It was quick and easy and not a hassle to use. (what good is a product if it is too much of a hassle to fill or store??). it made for quick and easy work. This in and of itself is worth it to me to keep and use. I will not use it on the hardwoods though.
INTERESTING THOUGHT not YET tested:
I wonder how this would be in my huge garden (fiberglass) tub, my huge marble shower, or even my regular size fiberglass tubs. I have 2 tubs that don't get used, but i have to still wipe out just because they get dusty. and it is a pain--especially since one is a garden tub and rather large. So i got the idea today, that it might be worth trying this and see how it works. But alas, i'm too tired from my other experiments to try this right now. I will come back and update later.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The mop handle broke off in the middle of the metal section and was not repairable.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Worked great for about the first year (using once to twice a month). Then one day I went to mop and it the light went on but the water wouldn't steam. Wish it was more durable. Read morePublished 9 months ago by T. Campbell
Having both a Shark and the Black and Decker both do a nice job but the Shark beats it in steam output. Read morePublished 9 months ago by WCIJOE
Did not work as advertised. Had to put pressure to get the floors cleaned and ended up breaking the handle.Published 12 months ago by LA
Bought 2, one for daughter, one for myself. Hers died within 6 months, mine died within a year and I rarely used it. Built sturdy but poor quality electronics. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Idaho Gallery Home Decor
I hate this hard to use machine! It's head is small, water tank too small, I stuck this in a closet after trying to use five time!Published 14 months ago by F2F