Product color is White and Silver_shark Professional Steam Pocket Mop (S3601)
Product weight is 4.85 lbs.
XL water capacity Super-heated steam is ready in 30 seconds and provides 99.9% sanitization on hard floors with no harsh chemicals Three levels of Intelligent Steam Control ensure you have the right amount of steam for every cleaning job. Shark Steam Pocket technology provides two-sided cleaning with every pad. Superior cleaning, and faster dry times Steam Pocket - Sanitizing from all sides to completely clean hard floors. Swivel Steering - East to maneuver into tight corners and around furniture. 99% Sanitization - Turn ordinary tap water into super-heated steam to eliminate 99.9% of germs and bacteria. Three Steam Settings - Allow you to select the perfect amount of steam for every hard floor type and every cleaning task. Can be used on Laminate, Bamboo, Hardwood, Marble, Tile, Stone. Durable Product.
So here's the deal. I've read just about every review there is on every floor steamer that exists. I've used old school mops, swiffer wet jet (useless) and even hands/knees with sponges and magic erasers. After my first use, i stared at the floors and was a bit disappointed. However, after really looking at the floor under bright natural light, I realized that all the streaks I was seeing were a result off all the old pinesol/swiffer/orange glo/pledge I was blasting off my hardwoods. With this in mind,..
Title says it all -- I love it! Easy to use, heats up quickly and does a great job at cleaning. I used to have the Eureka Enviro Steamer (yellow) which was bulky and did not a good job of getting into corners and up along the edges of the floor. The Shark glides along and reaches under cabinets and the lip of the stove and refrigerator. I love the pad for the professional vs. the deluxe Shark. The professional pad has little "fingers" all over it which does a super job of cleaning the toughest dirty flo..
I got this mop on sale at Costco a couple of months ago. The first couple of times that I tried using it, I was disappointed. I set the mop to the heaviest "scrub" setting, and it still wasn't getting up even small spots on the floor. If I hovered over the spot for 45 seconds to a minute, it might start coming off... but it was disappointing and time consuming to say the least. The third time I used the mop, I decided to dampen the mop head with warm tap water before starting to scrub. Wow! It made a huge d..