Haan FS20 Steam Cleaning Floor Mop
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- Chemical-free steam cleaner for all sealed hard-floor surfaces--uses regular tap water
- Heats up in less than 3 minutes; produces up to 20 minutes of steam per refill
- Includes 2 super-absorbent, multilayer Ultra-Microfiber cleaning pads that are washable and reusable
- 15 powerful, evenly-spaced steam jets for maximum cleaning; locking, adjustable telescopic handle; convenient storage hook for hanging
- Measures 50-1/2 by 11-1/2 by 7-1/2 inches (HxWxD) fully extended and weighs 3.15 pounds; backed by 1-year warranty
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-disinfects the floor without chemicals
-cleans well (might have to go over stubborn spots a few times)
-dries pretty quick (the more saturated the cloth gets, the longer the dry time)
-adjustable handle height
-you can handwash the pad and air dry
-constant steam (no push trigger-that feature would be awful!)
-has additional features (ex. can steam mattresses/furniture if you buy the "short handle"; can steam carpet if you buy the attachment) but I never tried these features because the one I had didn't come with them
-replacement pads are easy to find on ebay/amazon
-there is a little hook attached to the handle so you can hang it on the wall
-hooks to keep the cord in place so the cord doesn't drag on the floor while mopping
-only lasts 15 minutes (fine if you have a small room to mop), doesn't hold as much water as the eureka
-doesn't clean the corners (where the tile hits the wall/cabinet)
-no swivel head, so difficult to steam around the toilet if you have a small bathroom/narrow area (eureka has a swivel head)
-costs more than the eureka
All in all, good product. Not perfect. DEFINATELY MUCH BETTER THAN THE OLD FASHION MOP & BUCKET OR FOR ANYONE WHO HATES MOPPING! I love vaccuuming, but hate mopping so if you are the same, a steam mop is a must.Read more ›
1. It has continuous steam not just when you push a button or when the mop is pushed forward
2. The steam is 212 degrees for sanitizing
3. It does not need extra chemicals to clean (other mops suggest using additional cleaners to really clean)
4. Lightweight--I can easily lift it with one hand when it is full
5. Big cleaning pad
6. No buckets of water to spill or as a potential drowning hazard for my baby
Here are a few tips.
If you are mopping an area prone to streaks, start with that area. I get much less streaking on my laminate if I start mopping there first when my pad is dry, the wetter the pad the more likely to streak. Even with a wet pad I still have much less streaking than with my Swiffer Wet. You must vaccuum first if there are bits of dirt on the floor. When the pad is dry the floor is dry almost instantly. If the pad is wet the floor is damp but it will dry in 1-2 minutes (still quicker than traditonal mopping). It may take a couple of passes to get the stuck-on messes but it does a much better job than anything else I tried.
The cord is much shorter than my vacuum.
The sanitizing tray for the carpet didn't seem to do anything. I wouldn't spend extra money to get it.
Overall I am pleased. I love that my floors are clean without chemicals and without throwing a cleaning pad into the landfill. Here is the best part--my husband will even mop with it!
The cord is not that short, as a lot of people had complained on other sites; 19 feet is a great distance. It heats up quickly, and it does its job beautifully.
Frankly, I feel like the Swiffer manufacturers should have bought me this, as I'd spent several years religiously using their crappy products trying to get this result (did I get so much as a coupon for my friendly complaint? Nope. No response, for that matter). This is a wonderful machine, and I'd recommend it to anyone. If it helps: 1) I'm a tremendous skeptic, especially when I see something on an infomercial; 2) I have Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, so my floor is never clean enough; 3) I am using this on both painted and horrendous linoleum floors in the dump I live in and am trying to restore, and it's making both of them very, very nice with little effort.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have used my steam cleaner on my porcelain tile floors and it works very well. It is very easy to use. I was impressed with how the off-white tiles shown after cleaning. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Diane B
I love my steamer.. I cleans beautifully, is so lightweight. I don't have to buy new pads for it. I just throw the ones that came with it into the washer.Published 14 months ago by Robin E. Brown
Cleans well, but takes a long time, and have to use a considerable amount of pressure.Published 21 months ago by Vera Bacwyn-Holowinsky
Great steam! Cleans floors beautifully. Leaves no water or water marks behind. The tank of water lasts a long time between refills.Published 23 months ago by Illinois Gal