Rated 4.2 out of 5Â by 52
Rated 4 out of 5Â by melissa Very pleased, a quality purchase
Really easy to use and very quick to heat up. Gets very hot and cleans well. The only thing I wish it did better is the crevices in my textured cermic tile. After hairspray, perfume etc. the tile in the bath which has crevices are discolored and I have to scrub by hand. i think when i do the scrubbing maybe this cleaner will be able to rid the new accumliation. Have only used twice since i've been busy and hardly home. I would recommend this, cleans so much better than a mop and bucket or even those spray and wipe cleaners.
December 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by keelinghrycko Unbelievable product and value
I cannot think of another product that has made cleaning as effortless and effective! I have had several recent surgeries on my legs and feet so the only way to walk is with heavy reliance on a cane. Trying to wash the floor and doing a good job meant hiring an outside cleaning service. Not anymore!! With one hand I can clean my tile and hardware floor and it's really clean. The steam mop is well made, has most of the specs found in much more expensive models and can be stored in any closet in the house. Throw the removable mop head in the washing machine and it's good to go again. Would recommend it and will orde another as a gift for my sister
February 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Sandy Did a good job.
Only used it twice but it seems to do a good job. I recommend you vacuum well first. if you don't, you will leave areas of wet dust. I like that it is sanitizing the floor. It would be nice if the cord were a little longer.
August 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Katerina Worked great for a while
I loved this steam mop but it just stopped working after two years. Not horrible but I miss having it.
October 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by midwest22 Great Steam Mop
I first asked a friend to look at this steam mop to get his opinion on it and when he decided he liked it enough to buy one for himself, I decided to go for it, too. To me it seems to be basically a cheap knockoff of a Haan, which is much more costly, at about $100. Comparing pictures of the two will show the great similarity. This Steamfast has 12 holes spaced along the middle while the Haan has 15. Like the Haan, the Steamfast comes with a carpet cradle so you can also whisk it over your carpet. The handle is telescoping and is very sturdy. It holds about 10 oz of water. I do not know how long the steam lasts before it needs to be refilled as I did not time it. Refilling it and waiting for it to heat up is a lot quicker and easier than going for a mop and bucket, however, which must be washed and returned to where they are stored after you are through cleaning the floors. The water container that you are supposed to use to fill it looks like a child's toy pitcher, so I just use a measuring cup with a spout and a cheap funnel from my kitchen. The mop is very sturdily made. I am very pleased with it. I notice with the Steamfast SF140 one complaint is that it dies after a few months, but at $33 even if this model dies after a few months time it is well worth the money.
In my own Home Depot, it was hidden away, across the aisle from the much more expensive Shark, and there was no demo model on view. Because of that, and because the box it comes in is so modest looking, I would have hesitated to purchase it if my friend, who is Korean and heartily endorses Haan products, had not himself liked it so much that he immediately purchased one for himself.
The only faults I find with it are that there is no indicator to show when it is hot enough. You have to use your own judgment on this. The instructions tell you to wait until it steams. And replacement pads are costly, so I think I might experiment to see if a Haan pad or even an old towel will do just as well when it comes time to replace the pads.
All in all, I am very glad I bought this machine.
June 18, 2010