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Shark Steam Mop, Electric, S3101

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  • Lightweight steam mop cleans and sanitizes all sealed hard-floor surfaces
  • Ready in 30 seconds; releases steam with push-forward motion of mopping; leaves floors virtually dry
  • Triple-layer washable microfiber pads loosen, lift, and lock in dirt and spills
  • Ergonomic soft-grip handle; 20-foot quick-release power cord
  • Measures 7 inches by 12 inches by 40 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Color: Purple
  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 6.9 x 46.9 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000V4Q8GA
  • Item model number: S3101
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (616 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,848 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Color: Purple

The Euro-Pro Shark Steam Mop provides you with a safe and powerful tool for effectively cleaning all hard floor surfaces. Featuring a lightweight, ergonomic design with absorbent triple-action micro-fiber pad, the Steam Mop is ready to go in just 30 seconds. Powerful steam cleaning system eliminates rinsing, wringing, redistribution of dirt on floors, and carrying heavy buckets of water. Leaves floor surfaces virtually dry, with no chemicals left behind. Steam is released by the simple push-forward motion of mopping. The triple-action micro-fiber pad helps to loosen, lift, and absorb dirt, with no need for refills or toxic messy chemicals. Features an ergonomic handle for comforatable use. Stands upright. Refillable at any time. Includes a 20 foot power cord and two maching-washable micro-fiber pads. Weighs only 3 pounds.

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Very easy to use and light weight.
We purchased one, used it a handful of times (MAYBE owned it for 4 months before it broke) and it stopped making steam.
These picked up dirt so well it's scary So here's the results: 1. steam mops are the mac daddys of clean floors.

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(update: This review was updated on 11-2-09 after I got to compare the Bissell as well as add notes about the Ladybugg steamer at the bottom)

I live in a neighborhood where EVERY home is "green built certified" this means that, to have that certification, the builder built no homes with carpet. All the main floors are polished concrete and the upper floors wood. The bathrooms all have tile and/or slate in every home.

Because of this, as you could imagine, steam mops are quite the neccessity...not only because they get the hard surfaces better than anything else, but because they are also "green" and clean chemical free. I'll be honest, for us...that's a bonus but we weren't cleaning chemical free before. We like chemical free for our pet's paws but I'll confess I was mopping with chemicals before I got my steamer and just kept the pets out of the room while doing it because, up until then, I couldn't get it clean any other way.

Okay, so that said...we decided to have a steamer show down to compare 5 different steamers because my friends and I knew as long as we are in these homes we are gonna have to have a steamer to get all these hard floors clean...we may as well figure out which one to buy next go round. Because my own home is graced with 2 cats, 3 dogs, and two gregarious cooks, my kitchen floor (which had not ever been cleaned by a steamer since my steamer had just arrived) was the testing spot.

Mind you, I vaccuum twice per week and do a mega mop twice a week. I THOUGHT I had pretty clean floors in spite of my pet capacity.

I thought wrong. These picked up dirt so well it's scary

So here's the results:

1. steam mops are the mac daddys of clean floors.
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392 of 407 people found the following review helpful By critical thinker on December 27, 2007
Color Name: Purple
I purchased this steam mop because I love "clean", but hate the time it takes to get there. Here are the pros and cons on this product IMO: Pros: generates lots of steam FAST; the mops are very easy to put on and take off using hook and loop fasteners; very light appliance and easy to push around; loooong cord; the powerful steam really does pick up dust and dirt effectively. The reason I'm giving this two stars is because: the handle is weak and feels flimsy to use (and if you have to constantly be pushing it forward to generate steam it should feel sturdy); the mop head stays in a fixed position and does not swivel, therefore; does not get in hard to reach places like the base of the toilet or tough corners. Because the above is my main reason for purchasing an appliance like this I was disappointed it didn't perform up to my expectations. I returned this product and purchased the Bissell Green Tea instead and love it!
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238 of 247 people found the following review helpful By M. Peterson on February 5, 2008
Color Name: Purple
This mop is not going to be a magic wand, but it is better than most products.

Okay, here are some ways that it could be improved: The handle is a bit flimsy. Also, if the mop itself would pivot, that would be a big plus. Also, the replacement pads are way to expensive. The mop cleans super well, but does not do well with corners and you will still need to bend over to wipe up the dust mess that the mop pushes in front of it. The pads don't pick that stuff up well, but the more I use the mop, the less I see of it. I think that even though my floors looked clean, they were really dirty when I first used it. The cord also slips off the handle - there's a system to keep the cord out of the way, but it does not work really well.

I do feel like my floors are far cleaner than other methods I've tried - swiffers and I had a Hoover Floormate that bit the dust after a couple of years. Neither of those products did corners well either and the floor just feels cleaner with steam than with either of those devices. The Steam mop takes me about 10 minutes to use on my kitchen floors. They are vinyl and the dimensions are about 18 x 15. You do have to vacuum before you mop.

Several people commented that the mop is hard to push. I have found that it is a bit harder on floors that have texture, but on my kitchen vinyl it just glides. If the mop is wet when you start or if the floors are super dirty, it will stick. I had some trouble with that on my bathroom floors because of the hairspray stuck to the vinyl. The more I use it, the cleaner my floors get, and the easier it is to push. On my laminate and tile floors it is even easier to push. It did streak a bit on the laminate when I used tap water, but with distilled water the streaks were minimized.

So, all in all it's the best choice I've found out there short of cleaning on hands and knees. With the steam mop, you'll still have to do your floors the old fashioned way on occasion.
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293 of 306 people found the following review helpful By Amazon User on August 28, 2008
I have engineered BR-111 hardwood floor and laminate floor in the house. I actually bought both Bissell's and Shark's steam mop, but had not decided on which box to open until last night, after reading all the reviews about both products. I decided to take the Shark for a spin because the reviews suggest steam from Shark's isn't as excessive as the Bissell's as people there complain the cloth to be too wet, and can take a long time to dry. For those who complains about streak marks, I don't know if they have mopped the floor using the most traditional method, or their arms are so strong (unless you use cloth and knee on the floor all the time) that can keep the moisture in the cloth/mop at the minumum. I want to start the experiment by using the least steam and heat possible.

Now, I don't understand why someone here needs to wet the pad before start mopping using Shark's, I wonder if they ever read the manual suggesting to "pump" a few times to get the steam out and wet the pad that way. You definitely don't want to get the pad too wet.

Then there're those who expect the mop to "pick up dirt". Again, I don't know what size of dirt they expect the mop pad to pick up, but it's fairly large when the mop just push those things back and forth. Besides, you don't really want the pad to pick up those things as it would be trapped in the pad and too hard to wash, whether hand-wash or machine-wash.

Having said all these, I do agree with others that, to be more specific, the grey connection between the aluminum handle and the purple body near the tank is flimsy. I would expect some material sturdier than this. I did not break anything from my first try, however!

The device is easy to assemble and use.
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