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Shark Original Steam Mop (S3101)

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  • Safe on all Sealed Hard Floor Surfaces
  • Powerful Steam leaves floors virtually dry
  • Steam On Demand -Delivers Steam When You Want It and Where You Need
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Product Description

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Product Description

Shark Light & Easy Steam Mop (S3101)
The Shark Steam Mop

Super-Heated Steam delivers 99.9% Sanitization agaings germs and bacteria to deep clean and sanitize all your wood and hardfloors. The Shark Steam Mop automatically steams as you clean with our patented steam on demand technology!

Washable Microfiber Pad

Shark Washable MicroFiber Lifts and Locks Dirt that Other Mops Leave Behind.

Lightweight Design

At only 3lbs the Shark Steam Pocket Mop's powerful steam leaves floors clean and sanitized. Unlike traditional mopping, The Shark Steam Mop requires no mop, no bucket and leaves floors virtually dry.

Product Specs
  • Water Tank Capacity: 230mL
  • Steam Heat Up Time: 30 Seconds
  • Steam Settings: Push to Pump Steam on Demand
  • Cleaning Width/Path: 11"
  • Cord Length: 18 feet
What's in the box

Comes with 1 Washable Microfiber Pad and a Filling Flask.

Shark Steam Mop (S3101)
Shark Light and Easy Steam Mop (S3251)
99.9% Sanitization
Washable Microfiber Pads
Powerful Steam on Demand
Telescoping Pole
Swivel Steering

From the Manufacturer

The powerful steam in Shark's Original Steam Mop leaves floors clean and sanitized. Unlike traditional mopping, the Original Steam Mop requires no mop, no bucket and leaves floors virtually dry.

Product Information

Style Name:Contemporary
Product Dimensions 6.6 x 10.5 x 24.8 inches
Item Weight 5.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 5.5 pounds
Department Unisex
Manufacturer SharkNinja
ASIN B000V4Q8GA
Item model number S3101
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 1,040 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #30,190 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#27 in Home & Kitchen > Vacuums & Floor Care > Steam Cleaners, Steam Mops & Accessories > Steam Mops

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By M. Peterson on February 5, 2008
Style Name: Contemporary
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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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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OK, here's some feedback from a one month user. Knowing full well how informercials go, I still thought that this product was somewhat of an innovation in hard surface floor cleaning. I also knew that I would be basically dealing with a steam iron on a stick. Kinda like a Swiffer on steroids. Please understand that I use this product on an off-white, vinyl, kitchen floor (the bane of my existence). I live in a two adult person home with no children or pets. Does it work? Yes, the basic idea is functional and the product does a pretty good job of loosening surface dirt. It's quick, easy to use, and you don't have to haul out the mop and bucket. In addition, unlike the Swiffer, there's no dirt-magnet, cleaning product residue left on the floor. Are there some issues? Yes. The handle is a bit flimsy. Like the Swiffer, as you push forward (releasing steam) and then pull back on the mop, you'll see a line of dirt/residue left on the floor. Well, this isn't a vacuum. I just continue to push on the mop, accumulate the residue lines into one line, and wipe up the consolidated residue line when I'm done. After all, we're essentially just pushing surface dirt around here! And, the first thing I did was to seek alternatives to the rather expensive "miracle cloth" pads. So far, I've tried cutting, doubling and stitching together an old towel, sewing on loop-sided Velcro (to align with the barb-sided Velcro-like plastic on the product). It worked OK, BUT no cigar! The next attempt proved more effective. I purchased some cheaper "miracle cloths" and used the mop to push one around. No need for the Velcro. The miracle cloth sticks to the mop bottom! I'm still experimenting. Is the product too expensive? Well, for a steam iron on a stick, maybe.Read more ›
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If you're thinking about buying this product, don't. This is the first review I've ever taken the time to write. Yes, it was that bad. I used the steam mop on my entire kitchen floor. Before moving on to the next room I decided to use my old swiffer wet jet to see how well the steam mop was actually working. I used the swiffer on about a fourth of the area I covered with the shark. As you can see in the photo, it appears the steam mop is a waste of time and money.
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I read a lot of mixed reviews on these before I went out and bought one. While it doesn't clean as well as it does on the commercials (not that I expected it to) it does a pretty good job. For me, I will sacrifice a bit of cleanliness for convenience, and it is SO much more convenient to use this than it is to lug out a mop! Some people complained about washing the pads. I didn't think it was that big of a deal. I do laundry almost every day here, so I throw it in a garment bag and wash it with the rest of the laundry. It works a lot better than the Swiffer Wet Jet I was previously using, and doesn't leave a residue behind as the Wet Jet did. I found that with repeated cleanings, my floors are showing a real difference compared to the Wet Jet. I think the Wet Jet left behind a lot of dirt and grime, so the shark needed to wash the floor a few times before it was all up. Now my floors look as clean as they did when they were first installed. The only complaint I have is the size of the water tank. Others have complained about this as well. To wash the downstairs bathroom, hallway, and kitchen (all tile) I have to fill it up 2-3 times. While it's not the end of the world, it is a little inconvenient. I bought the Shark at Sam's Club, and it came with a hand-held steamer bottle. I didn't think I would use that at all, but it has been an unexpected bonus! I have soap-scum in one of my showers that I had given up on. I tried every cleaning product. I've scrubbed it. Nothing worked. I tried the steam bottle yesterday, and most of it came off with the steam and some scrubbing. I'll probably need to go over it a couple of times before it's 100% clean, but it did a much better job than anything else I've used. It also works great for cleaning my brushed-nickel faucets. Everything else I used left streaks, and the steamer leaves them streak-free and shiny. Overall, I'm very satisfied with this purchase.
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