Unclean floors no more! Get rid of bacteria and germs with the help of these handy machines. These steam mops are great for sanitizing your floor without exposing your family to harmful chemicals. They will make the job easier, too!
#6: Reliable Steamboy Pro 300CU 3-in-1 Steam and Scrub Mop
This steam mop can switch between a very stiff scrub brush and a steam pad once you press with your foot to release one triangular section and press the mop onto the other. However, the small terrycloth mop pad should need to be cleaned for any sizable room cleaning. Also, the flexibility of its head is limited compared to other models.
#5: Shark Blast & Scrub
This steam mop can turn into an ironlike hand steam cleaner, a curtain steamer, dust-wand-style attachment and a spray-bottle hard floor cleaner. It has dual-sided steam pocket cleaning pads with 4-Pads included as a bonus. It requires that you pump the handle to issue steam though.
#4: Hoover’s FloorMate SteamScrub Touch Hard Floor Steamer
This steam mop has two tanks of water and its own cleaning solution, It features four touch-sensitive buttons for different water/solution mixes to clean vinyl, wood, or tile, or to use steam only. Its head has a built-in stiff-bristle scrubber for grout, and the triangular shape does get into crevices quite well. Although this mop is bulky, it includes 2 cleaning pads, carpet glider and a bottle of solution.
#3: Steam Mop Deluxe 31N1
This mop is one of the simplest and cheapest steam mops with its pads fit onto its steaming head and tended to come together at the edges when you push across rougher surfaces. However, the trigger is tiring to keep pressed down during longer jobs and it is difficult to keep it standing on its own without tilting over.
#2: Shark Genius Pocket Mop System (S6002)
This steam mop has the easiest way of switching and replacing pads without using your hand. It has an excellent single level of steam operation. Its blue light conveniently blinks when warming up and cooling down. If you flip the mop head backward (underneath the body instead of in front of it), the mop’s steam shoots out directly onto the floor (as a so-called Steam Blaster) which might help with truly sticky stains. although it does not absorb much grease and grime, it does great with scrubbing. Unfortunately, the parts are not easy to find for replacement or additional purchase.
#1: Bissell PowerFresh Steam Mop 1940
This mop is the easiest mop to push around, get into corners, or tilt under sinks, tables, or other low surfaces that put it at the top of our list for the best steam mops you can buy. It offers a removable water tank is far easier to remove, fill, and replace compared to other models. It offers continuous steam with three levels of intensity. The cons are that the small tank must be filled one or twice for cleaning more than two rooms, lifting a little tab above the mop head is inconvenient and the process can take several minutes while the mop is hot.