Haan Steam Cleaner Multi Purpose Steamer
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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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Steel wool scrubber and detail brush makes cleaning even the toughest baked-on messes a breeze! Clean and sanitize all sealed hard floors like hardwood, laminate, tile, stone, marble, and more. Floors dry instantly and pads are machine washable. Clean and sanitize the counter and stove top like never before. Just attach the steam head and Ultra-Microfiber pad and sanitize germs like e.coli and salmonella all at over 212 degrees F. Easily clean grout and tough corners with the grout/tile brush attachment. With attachments for nearly every imaginable cleaning task, the MS-30 takes the place of multiple cleaning machines and lets you put steam cleaning power to work everywhere. It's one lightweight, compact unit that can clean your floors, sinks, walls, countertops, ceilings and windows - all without harsh chemicals. Tank Capacity: 20 fl . oz - Operating Time 30 minutes, Power: 1300w
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These are the canister mops I compared:
NUMBER OF STEAM JETS SPITTING OUT HOT STEAM:
WATER PRESSURE CONTEST; (1st place being shoots steam the hardest)
V- 2nd PLACE
H- 3rd PLACE:
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!
Note: These temperatures are based upon using the small hose attachments. In every case that we used the long hose attachment included to turn these into a floor mop, the steam had to travel down the long hose so it cooled and wound up only being about 115 degrees by the time it reached the floor. Which results in very poor cleaning. Because of this, if you are wanting this mostly for floor steaming, I would suggest going with a steamer that shoots out hot steam directly onto the floor from its tank rather than through a long hose before reaching the floor as a canister mop does.
TIME TO HEAT UP:
R 2 liters
For a controlled cleaning test, I mixed Dr. Pepper with sugar and spread it evenly across a 4' length of my stained concrete floor and kept the pets away until it dried completely in a gunky mess. I then tested each mop against it in lengthwise strips, moving them at the same pace after a full heat up, as well as testing each on its own strip of bathroom tile & grout. Here's who performed the best:
Tie: Ladybug and Vapamore. These, due to the really hot temps, loosened the gunk on impact and made it VERY easy to clean my floor. Their hot temps and heavier steam also cleaned tile the best but Vapamore actually did a BETTER job on uneven surfaces like tile with grout..but don't expect shiny white grout because it wasn't exactly returned to looking brand new either.
2nd place:Haan...but it wasn't nearly as good as the above two.
Last place: Reliable. Although the steam temp is hotter than the Haan, it doesn't shoot out as strong and only had 5 steam jets so this diminished its effectiveness Didn't come close to the V or L.
All were at temps to kill bacteria and sanitize without using chemicals such as counters and mattresses, unless you tried to turn it into a floor mop which I don't suggest because the steam was too cool to clean as well as a real floor steam mop made for that purpose..
Other notes: The ladybug was the most awkward to carry. It just wasn't made for carrying up stairs, etc.
Conclusion: Considering the Ladybug is over a thousand dollars more than any of the other mops, this was a real eye opener! I tested these with my friends and we all agreed, hands down, that the Vapamore was the best buy. And I love it! It cleaned the best BUT the Ladybug lasted much longer as far as cleaning time. However, Vapamore cleaned for 50 minutes prior to needing a refill which, for me, is all I need. That said, if you want to use this commercially and don't want to have to take time to refill, the Ladybug may be worth the steep price for you. Considering they have the same 3 year warranty though, I'd rather buy 4 Vapamores for the price of one Ladybug and have one in every room. I kid. The Reliable seemed to lack things that were just silly...like having a cord longer than my blow dryer and only having 5 steam jets.
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. It smudged some of the paint, but that's fine because I really didn't like the color anyway. I had some carpet stains from where my dog chewed his bone. Mind you, we only had this dog for two weeks. The steamer and some hand scrubbing did nothing to remove it. Overall, okay for living room cleaning, didn't really shine.
The Kitchen: This is where the Haan MS-30 shined. I have a glass-top stove that has a rubber seal around it. I have scrubbed and tried everything to get the little particles out of there, but everything seemed to push it deeper. I can happily say that this cleaned the stove to new. It blew out all of that crap like it was nothing. It did wonders cleaning the knobs and underneath them and all of the build on grease around the edges. It's like I have a brand new stove/oven. The same thing with my dishwasher, it was amazing. The Haan did a decent job on my finished wood floors. They certainly felt clean, but later I found a place where it started to pull up the refinisher that I put on it a week ago. The angled-tip attachment cleaned between the floors and baseboards like magic...a place where I have hand-scrubbed before with no avail. It It finally cleaned the hand prints off the fridge handles that would not come off with a magic eraser or comet. My Kitchenaid mixer is now sparkling again (It is 15-years old). Overall, amazing for kitchens.
I spent about four hours doing what I mentioned above, but I suspect that it won't be as long for maintenance cleaning.
Pros: Wide selection of attachments for every job. Great at cleaning crevices and appliances. Great for sanitizing. Decent floor cleaner. The squeeze handle lets you turn off the steam. The machine rolls very smoothly on hard floor.
Cons: The door to the storage for the cord is a little flimsy, but it is nice to be able to store the cord in the machine. The unit has to frequently pause to reboil water. You have to let it cool for about 15-20 minutes before the safety cap will come off to refill. You can't adjust the heat of the steam.