Gruene Clean System Steam Mop & Hand Held Steamer w/ Attachments
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- Converts to a Hand Held Steamer w/ 2 foot hose
- Window Washer and Squeegee Attachment
- 2 Nylon Round Brushes
- 1 Brass Round Brush, Ideal for Steam Cleaning Golf Clubs, Rims, Auto Parts
- Angle Nozzle: To Steam Hard To Reach Places
- Converts to a Hand Held Steamer w/ 2 foot hose
- Window Washer & Squeegee Attachment
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The Gruene Steam Mop and Hand Cleaner is the answer to your household steam cleaning needs. If it is floors you are tackling, simply fill the water tank, and seconds later steam is at your fingertips. The use of steam is proven to kill germs and leaves behind a clean chemical free sanitary surface. Using steam means that you can toss out that bulky, messy, mop and bucket. In addition this steamer pays for its self by eliminating the need for many expensive and harsh cleaning chemicals. In fact you can use standard terry cloths so no expensive mop heads to buy. Never again will you barricade the kitchen while you wait for floors to dry, when you use Gruene Steam the floors practically dry as you go. If you have children and pets you will love that Gruene Steam is chemical free system. The floor steamer also converts to a hand held steam cleaner for to tackle even more cleaning jobs around the house, workshop, garage car & boat. Included in this exclusive value package are plenty of attachments to help you steam clean windows, garments, tires, golf clubs, hardwood floors, grout and lots more. The Gruene Clean System is an outstanding value that will save you time and money every day you use it.
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A thing to keep in mind: If you're looking for perfection with any item you're thinking about choosing then you're instantly setting yourself up for disappointment. You have to look at it objectively.
Take string mops, Libman removable head mops, Swiffer and standard sponge squeeze mops for example. They ALL leave something to be desired. Be it that they merely push the dirt around, aren't hot enough (or not hot at all) to sanitize anything whatsoever, take too much elbow grease, use sketchy chemicals that aren't environmentally or pet friendly, the list marches on.
So, back to the Gruene....
I figured out that for me the thicker micofiber cloths like the ones sold in the kitchen section at Walmart work best due to the fact that they're bigger, thicker and more absorbent. They don't seem to shove the dirt through to the other side, so when I want a clean side, I undo it and flip sides on the cloth and insert it in again. I can flip it 4 times before having to change to a new cloth.
Using it as a hand-held makes short work of sanitizing and \ or deodorizing the trash cans, toilet, doorknobs, cupboard doors, stove\oven, bathtub, refrigerator (you have to take ALL of the stuff out first), sinks....just whatever.
I will tell you absolutely without a doubt that the Gruene that it is the ONLY thing so far that I have ever found to clean Baseboard Heaters. The heaters that are insanely long with about a million metal fins that is almost impossible to clean between? :-) God help the person who invented those....I have those in every single room in my good-sized apartment. The first time I blew the heaters out with it, I put everything back together and then looked at it a few days later. I couldn't see one speck of dust on any of the fins. It blasted out a Reeses peanut butter cup wrapper that I guess had been wedged in behind the fins since before I moved in several years ago! If you're going to do heaters with it, make sure you have the vacuum cleaner handy to get up the dust and cobwebs as soon as possible.
I don't really have any serious complaints. It seems very powerful and very reasonably priced considering its a 2 in 1 product compared to other items on the market. The one thing I did find is that when using it, I take the accessory holder off the back, otherwise it will fall off repeatedly.
All in all, I love it! I will be heartbroken if this product is ever discontinued.
• lightweight even with a full tank
• holy cow does it get a lot of gunk up in a quick amount of time and little scrubbing
• produces steam steadily with little wait time
• using the mop portion on the hardwoods I felt like there was still a lot of water on the floor
• no "always on" switch when it is just the hand held. My finger got really tired by the end of doing the kitchen
• the attachment carrier is awkward - I ended up taking it off and I just keep the attachments separate
It's still a great steamer, but the disadvantages I listed make me not able to give it a 5 star rating
The second time I tried this attachment was today. I made sure to get it on their really securely. Well, steam came out, but so did big, fat drops of scalding water. How did I know how hot the water was? It left SECOND DEGREE BURNS on the inside of my first and middle fingers. My palm and fingers have first degree burns as well as scalding from steam. I had my hand in a bowl of vinegar all day, crying from pain. I still can't move the two fingers on my left hand without severe pain afterwards. There are blisters across my skin.
I'm getting married in two weeks! How am I supposed to hold a bouquet? I can't even put my rings on!
Whatever you do, be careful of the attachments. Check for leaks before you put your hands anywhere near them! I'm not having anymore of them sputter on me again.
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