Haan MS-30 Multi-Purpose Steam Cleaner
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- Multi-purpose steamer for cleaning and sanitizing throughout the house
- Uses regular tap water; heats up in 3 minutes; 30 minutes of steam per refill
- For sealed hard-floor surfaces, countertops, and more; chemical-free
- Easy-to-attach accessories and reusable ultra-microfiber cleaning pad included
- Measures approximately 13 by 13 by 22 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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NUMBER OF STEAM JETS SPITTING OUT HOT STEAM:
WATER PRESSURE CONTEST; (1st place being shoots steam the hardest)
V- 2nd PLACE
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R- 4th PLACE:
CORD LENGTH: (so you don't have to stop, unplug, water cools some, replug in)
recap: An 8' cord is INSANE. I couldn't even get across my kitchen counter or walk around my bed to steam all of the mattress without using an extension cord!Read more ›
Look forward to trying it on tiny tiny glass tiles surrounding my master suite bath. The only downfall is the cord length, but an extension cord remedied that.
The first thing I noticed when I opened the package was how sturdy it seemed. My best friend has let me use her Shark Vac Then Steam mop, which I liked, but it was not nearly as well-built as this one seems. It has a ton of attachments, which all seem to work pretty well.
The bathroom: Cleaned the floors great, they felt sanitized. It also got this ring that I had on the linoleum around the toilet. I wasn't able to get it off mopping it. Granted, I did not get on my hands and knees to do it either. The squeegie attachment cleaned my mirror great and did a pretty great job on my glass shower door. I did have to stop mid-cleaning to refill the machine, but I was doing some pretty thorough cleaning, probably wouldn't happen for maintenance cleaning. I steamed the toilet and it worked well for that. I have to admit that I don't have water rings because prior to this, I used professional strength toilet bowl cleaner. Yes, I know, icky chemicals. I didn't see much of a difference in the tile in the bathroom. We have subway tiles with white grout. It did wonders for the crease between the backsplash and counter. I got all kinds of crud out that I couldn't remove with q-tips and soft scrub. Overall, I liked it for the bathroom because it felt sanitary without having to use the harsh chemicals that I normally use.
The Living Room: Great on windows. I thought I would be sneaky and use it to clean my walls...BAD IDEA.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a horrible machine that I only used twice before the button to snap together the pieces broke. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kitty31478
Made with cheap plastic parts kept breaking one after another. Finally it stopped making steam after just over a year.Published 13 months ago by M. Lapham
This is a must have. Works very well, light weight, versatile.Published 16 months ago by Beth Jeffries
Which is why I am now writing my review. I bought this years ago & I ruined it by using tap water. A BIG NO-NO!! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Alixen
workes well for cleaning laminate floors and tiles. Make the time for cleaning easy and cuts it in half. I'm sure I can find many other uses for it. I would recommend this product.Published 21 months ago by R. West
Used it once and the release button on the nozzle broke. It's a tiny flimsy bit of plastic piece of molded crap. Can't just buy a new button or new nozzle. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mr&Mrs.K
one of my favorite small appliances in the house these days. I bought an old house with its own grim and dirt. Much better now.Published 23 months ago by Meighan E McGuire
The machine does the job when it is working, sadly it breaks very easy, I had 3, the first one stop working after 3 months, the second one was replace by the company, which was... Read morePublished on April 7, 2014 by Kirkson
Got it for a good price…BUT…don't try to get it repaired or buy spare parts. Haan doesn't repair their stuff, and don't stock spare parts. Read morePublished on March 29, 2014 by Rick Bennett