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Eureka 350A Enviro-Steamer Hotshot Hand-held Steamer

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  • Sanitizes and cleans a wide variety of surfaces
  • Easy-to-handle self-contained unit
  • Lightweight and user-friendly
  • No chemicals needed
  • Environmentally safe
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Product Manual [720kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 8.2 x 8.2 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
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  • ASIN: B00005QX42
  • Item model number: 350A
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,705,154 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Sponges and mops are fine for occasional dirt, but to really blast away grime, there's nothing like a shot of steam. The Hotshot handheld steamer from Eureka provides chemical-free, on-the-go steaming power to clean just about every kind of surface that can get dirty. Use it to clean upholstery, sealed grout, bathroom tile, kitchen tile, stovetops, stove exhaust filters, windows, and mirrors. You can even steam the wrinkles out of clothing and draperies. The Hotshot is a great degreaser and kills dust mites, salmonella, and E. coli, so it's a handy tool for sanitizing food prep areas, bedding, and pet quarters. Accessories include a flexible extension hose, a straight nozzle for windowsills and ledges, a scrub brush for stovetops and grout, an angled nozzle for toilet bowls, a fabric tool, a window cleaner, a measuring cup, and a funnel. Becoming handy with all the attachments took us a few practice runs, but we found them all to be useful. The unit is comfortable to hold and refill and features a stay-cool, textured grip and a power-indicator light. Made out of high-impact polypropylene, the Hotshot weighs just 3.5 pounds and has a 25-foot power cord. --Emily Bedard

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Customer Reviews

Didn't do a gread job on anything I tried it on (bathroom, kitchen).
Susan M. Bell
Since it emits moisture, it could make drips on the floor removable with a paper towel, but a wetted sponge mop is much faster.
Big Guy
Stick to traditional methods and use environmentally safe cleansers instead.
M. Bailey

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

142 of 149 people found the following review helpful By Ethan D Van Vorst on November 22, 2001
Let's face facts, folks. I'm a 29 year old bachelor. I hate cleaning. I do it only when it becomes absolutely necessary, which usually happens when I'm waist deep in clutter and mess. Wherever the cleaning bug gene is that runs in most families, it made absolutely certain to skip me.
I had to clean my house before selling it recently, and I had to do the unthinkable. Yup, I had to actually exert myself in that one activity I hate more than anything else. And that'd be cleaning. Downcast and sullen, I labored through the task at hand with as much gusto as I could gather, but it wasn't until my folks, who were helping me in my endeavours, pulled out this wondrous device that the experience actually became good.
Pour water in it, plug it in and let it heat up. After some minutes pass, press the trigger and the hand steamer exerts a jet of high-powered steam that will remove any stain. Yes, any stain. I was so impressed with the demos my Mom was showing me that I had to try myself on the grunge on the kitchen floor. After a few sweeps I had to try on something else. So the front of my refrigerator became my next victim. After that I was looking around for something else...anything else. And as I began this on the dryer in the laundry room I realized that I was actually *enjoying* the experience.
This thing gets into cracks and crevices that noone could ever dream of getting to before, cleans them, and as a bonus sterilizes them completely. My bathroom is in cleaner, better shape now then it was when I first got the house!
There's several different attachments that you can put on the nozzle to make the steam come out at different angles, and others that can allow you to steam clean mirrors or flat surfaces.
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56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 25, 2002
Through using this little device, one learns that "dirt" is really complex, and that maybe "dirt" is far too crude a term to be useful. There are many different kinds of dirt and grease. This thing works on heat-soluble "dirt", which is not always the stuff you'd expect. Most grease is heat soluble, and so it is quite effective for that. Soap scum definitely is, and it makes very quick work of that. But things like lime or calcium deposits aren't (unless we're talking about stuff less than a week old), and it is pretty useless for that. But food stains, or any kind of actual earthy dirt literally breaks down in front of your eyes, which is really cool. As far as "where the dirt goes", you just follow every spray with a wipe with Scott towels. I went through a couple of rolls on my first day....
When it would work on the targeted dirt, there's no question it is the superior way to clean. Period. Unfortunately, I'd say that only accounts for about 60% of normal household dirt. But see, if you combine it with other forms of cleaning - elbow grease, chemical agents when necessary, judicious scraping, etc. it really does enhance the whole activity (visit Yahoo or WannaLearn.com or such sites for tips on cleaning tougher stuff). And I suspect that percentage would be higher if one had less, errr, established dirt in one's home.
It's also really good at getting in nooks and crannies. Corners, ledges, little junctures where two surfaces meet -- it can clean there better than just about any other method. My kitchen cabinets have sort of a bumply finish, and it was great at cleaning in all the bumples. Better than chemicals. It just blasted the micro... out of there.
Not having the chemical smell when cleaning is even nicer than I thought.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By S. Lin on March 30, 2002
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I often feel dizzy after cleaning the kitchen, since 409 makes me kind of high - but not in a good way. I decide to give this steam cleaner a try.
It cleans better than the chemical cleaners. However, for tough stuff like carbonized grease - you still have to scrub. Since you have to go through the area with steam instead of simply spraying chemicals, the cleaning may take a little bit longer as well.
It works wonderfully on glass, metal, and counter tops. Unfortunately, anything that is has a soft or rough surface has proven to be a challenge.
I wish this unit would hold more water. It would only produce steam for 7-10 minutes of cleaning. Then again, it is a hand held unit, more water will increase the weight of the device.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Barron Laycock HALL OF FAME on October 4, 2002
I absolutely love this steamer for cleaning the several sets of carpeted stairs I have, for the pitter patter of four sets of energetic Labrador feet can muddy up even a stain-resistant commercial carpet over a few weeks time, especially during mud season up here in rural New Hampshire. So, while a handy-vac or a wist-broom is okay for day to dirt, but I have to whip this baby out every month or so to grind off the ground in dirt. This small and lightweight Hotshot handheld steamer made by Eureka gives me the steaming power I need to do the job quickly, easily, and with minimum fuss. Of course, one can use it for a variety of purposes, such as cleaning upholstery, sealed grout, bathroom tile, kitchen tile, stovetops, stove exhaust filters, windows, and mirrors. It can even be used to steam wrinkles from clothing or draperies. It is supposedly also great for degreasing, and will snuff out mites, salmonella, and other microorganisms, so it is a good hygiene agent, as well. The accessories include a flexible extension hose, a straight nozzle, a scrub brush, an angled nozzle, a fabric tool, a window cleaner, a measuring cup, and a funnel. As I said before, it is easy to use, lightweight, and comfortable to hold. Enjoy!
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