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Reliable Steamboy T1 Steam Floor Mop
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- Steam floor mop perfect for sealed hard wood or ceramic floors
- Features an 11-inch cleaning path with 180 degree swivel head
- 3.3 cup water capacity, 30 minutes continuous steam
- 2 microfiber cloth pads, water filter, and carpet glide included
- Powerful 1500-Watt heating element; 1 year manufacturer warranty
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Transform the Way You Clean
The Relaible Steamboy T1 Steam Floor Mop is the safest way to clean your home, keep your family safe, and protect our fragile environment. This chemical-free floor steam mop is such a delight to use. Simply fill the removable tank with water, plug it in, and you are ready to clean with the power of steam. Whether you have sealed hard wood floors, or ceramic floors, the Relaible Steamboy T1 is tough enough for the job.
Removes Dirt, Kills Bacteria and Germs
Steam is a great, effective way of removing dirt and killing bacteria and germs naturally. The Relaible Steamboy T1 delivers 248 degrees F of steam to floor and carpet surfaces, sanitizing as it cleans. Now you can say goodbye to expensive and potentially harmful chemicals.
Operating at 110/120 volts, the T1 has a 1500-watt heating element for a steam temperature of 248 degrees F. It also features a 3.3 cup capacity, 30 minutes of continuous steaming, an ergonomically designed handle, 16-foot electrical cord. The T1 measures 7 x 11 x 47 inches, and weighs 5.7 pounds. The unit comes with 2 washable cloth pads and a replaceable water filter to protect against scale. It's backed by a 1-year limited warranty, and the T1 has a cETLus electrical certification.
With the Steamboy, there is no need to wait for the unit to heat up. Plug it in, and in seconds you are ready to clean and sanitize your floors.
248-Degree Cleaning Temperature
No other steam mop offers more steam sanitizing power than Steamboy. The temperature at the pad is rated up to 248 degrees.
Chemical Free Cleaning
Why spend all of that money on a revolving door of cleaning chemicals? With Steamboy, all you use is 100 percent natural water. Nothing could be more pure, or more simple.
180-Degree Swivel Head
Most steam mops can handle open floor spaces, but what about tight corners? Steamboy’s 180-degree swivel head allows easy access to those tight corners.
Washable Microfiber Pads
Steamboy comes with two washable microfiber pads. When dirty, just throw them into the wash, and hang dry.
Steamboy can clean carpets as well. The carpet glide fits right under the swivel head, and quickly converts the steam floor mop into a carpet sanitizer.
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|Dimensions||47 inches x 7 inches x 11 inches||28.6 inches x 11.6 inches x 7.1 inches||50 inches x 10.5 inches x 12 inches||9 inches x 27 inches x 10 inches|
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I'm here to tell ya - this product is as good or, dare I say, even better - than the Bissell for several reasons: 1. it is lighter weight (but not flimsy) so my arms don't get tired 2. the head pivots easier and it is triangular in shape so it gets into the nasty corners under my kitchen counters and behind my toilets even better 3. the pads are easier to put on than the Bissell and the draw string to tighten them on is longer and therefore easier to work with and lastly 4. it has a carry handle and doesn't fall over when standing upright as my old Bissell did. Cons are 1. you have to make sure that the tank is all the way in or it is a little drippy 2. the cord could be longer, but I can't remember the Bissell's being any longer than this one.
So, if you want to replace your Bissell or give one as a gift this is definately an affordable option. If you've never used a steam mop, you will be amazed - and disgusted - by how clean your floors get and realize how dirty they REALLY were all those years when you used the ol' mop and bucket. This is faster too and requires no chemicals to clean!
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 7 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:
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I could achieve similar results by pouring out a bucket of hot water on my floor and wrapping towels around my feet to move the water around. I can only assume that something is not functioning correctly and there is too much water too fast. The "tank" is supposed to last 20 minutes (according to the instruction book - 30 min according to the Reliable website) - mine was empty within 10. In addition, there was more steam coming out of the swivel head connection than the bottom of the mop.
I read the assembly instructions carefully and I am confident that it was assembled properly (even let my husband double check! ;-))
The short troubleshooting guide mentions nothing about my two issues 1) too much water on the floor 2) steam coming from the swivel head more than the floor
I contacted Reliables technical support group and received a call back telling me that I should not be holding down the trigger continuously but just hold it until the steam starts and then stop and hit it again when I need more steam. While this definitely cut down on the water I fail to see how this can be classified as a steam cleaning of the floor. As soon as I release the trigger the steam stops. So, instead of steam cleaning my floor, I get a burst of steam followed by wiping the floor with a damp, hot cloth.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We have both tan and black porcelain tile throughout our house. I would recommend getting the blue replacement pads for this. The white ones tend to streak up pretty quickly.Published 5 months ago by Dr. Frank B. Gazaleh
My second time buying this steamer .... First one lasted more than 2 yearsPublished 10 months ago by Tayush Mukherji
This machine does exactly what it is meant to do. We recommend this and are confident that you won't be disappointedPublished 11 months ago by BrewMaster
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