Shark Steam Mop S3501 Euro Pro Review

Best Steam Mop Reviews – The Shark Steam Mop uses steam to clean and sanitize your floor. Just add water, turn it on, and in about 30 seconds you are ready to use steam to cut through dirt and grime.

The Shark Steam Mop S3501 by Euro Pro lets you clean nearly any hard surface quickly and easily.  You can put the harsh chemicals away and there’s no need to use a standard mop to slosh dirty water around your floors.  The Shark Steam Mop uses steam to clean and sanitize your floor.  Just add water, turn it on, and in about 30 seconds you are ready to use steam to cut through dirt and grime.

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The Euro Pro Shark Deluxe S3501 Steam Mop comes with two mop heads one that is rectangular and one in a triangle shape so that you can clean just about any area and easily get into corners.  Included are four durable and reusable microfiber cleaning pads, one steam duster pad, one rectangle pad, one triangle pad, and one extra-large pad, all of which can be thrown into your washing machine and reused.

Shark Steam Mop Features and Specifications

 

  • Shark Steam Pocket Mop Dimensions: 13.5 x 6.9 x 23.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Lightweight steam mop for cleaning sealed hard-floor surfaces
  • Ready in 30 seconds; releases steam with push-forward motion of mopping
  • Includes 2 shapes of mop heads and 4 reusable microfiber cleaning pads
  • Carpet glider attachment enables you to lightly steam your carpet and area rugs for deodorizing and freshening
  • 1-year limited warranty

Shark Steam Mop Reviews

 

The reviews for the Shark Steam Mop are good with about three out of four people giving it a very high rating.  When you take this mop out of the box all you need to do is attach the handle and no other assembly is required.  All you have to do next is fill the reservoir with water, turn it on, and wait for it to heat up for about 30 seconds.  It’s easy to use and does a great job of cleaning even the dirtiest floors.  One reviewer stated that they had some people over (and kids) and at the end of the day the floor was pretty disgusting but the Shark Steam Mop did a great job of quickly cleaning it and no one would ever guess what it looked like just a few minutes earlier.

For tougher dirt and stains you may have to hold it in place a little longer to get a good cleaning but one reviewer stated that this mop was able to get out years of ground in dirt from their bathroom floor.  This mop has a very long power cord so that you can get your entire floor done without changing outlets.

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A couple of people commented that this mop was a little bit difficult to push and pull and move around the floor.  A few other negative comments came from people that used the machine for a few months and then had trouble with it.  These types of comments were few and far between and the overall majority of the comments were positive with many people being very pleased with their purchase and with the results they get when they use the Shark Steam Mop.

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  1. Beverly Giuliano says:

    Loved this mop right from the beginning. Used it about 10 times before I started having trouble with the steam not coming out of the mop heads. The steam builds up in the reservoir tank and will not come out of the holes in the mop head. Be very careful to unplug first, then try to remove the mop head, and there is such a blast of steam that shoots out. Very disappointing as I really loved the Shark Steam Mop. Can’t find my receipt so I guess I won’t be getting a new one. What a shame. Any one else have this problem?

  2. Susan Davis says:

    After much research I selected the Eureka Enviro Steamer based on the overwhelmingly favorable reviews. However, I’m disappointed with it and I bought the Steam Pocket Mop on a whim after watching the infomercial last night. The Shark is 100 times better! Even though it costs almost twice as much it’s got a lot more bang for your buck and here’s why:

    The Enviro Steamer’s pads for the steamer are terrible. They unraveled after one washing and they’re hard to push along the floor. The Steam Pocket’s microfiber pads ARE much easier to push along, and do just as good of a job cleaning. They hold up in the wash better too.

    Different shaped heads for different sized jobs, including a carpet slider. The triangular head gets behind the toilet.

    The cord is about twice as long as the Enviro Steamer’s cord.

    It can be placed against the wall to do baseboards. My baseboards were pretty dusty in the corners and now they look great with NO SCRUBBING!

    It comes with a nubby microfiber cover that’s great for dusting. I used in on my glass coffee table and it got rid of grimy fingerprints in one pass.

    The handle is MUCH more comfortable to hold and because it’s circular, you can hang it to store.

    The floor dries within about 2 minutes flat, whereas the floors dry in about 7-10 minutes with the Enviro Steamer.

    The Shark feels a little less substantial because it weighs a lot less (at least it feels that way to the user) so I hope it’s well made and won’t break anytime soon, but overall it was far superior to the Enviro Steamer.

    I am so thrilled with steam cleaning that I just ordered the handheld steamer to do windows, mirrors, bathrooms, etc. I won’t ever have to buy Swiffer wets or Clorox Wipes again!

  3. Brittana says:

    I have been using the Swifter Wetjet for several years, and with a bad back and getting dizzy if I bend over, some spots just stayed on my floor because the Swifter couldn’t clean them. After one time of using the Shark mop, I was shocked how it got up ALL those spots the Swifter couldn’t touch. Also, with the Swifter, you can’t turn it over, so once the pad gets dirty, I always felt like I was pushing the dirt over the rest of the floor and not picking up a whole lot more because the pad couldn’t hold it. My Shark mop head was dirty after doing half my floor, so I flipped it over and finished the rest of the floor, picking up as much dirt as the first half (and I thought my floor was fairly clean before I started!).

    A few caveats: You do have to go over and over some difficult spots to get them clean, but when you are done, it is worth it and much easier than getting on hands and knees. If you really look at the commercial, the demonstrator DOES go over and over spots – he doesn’t get it up in just one swipe, so I don’t think they are misrepresenting that. Also, the mop was a little hard for me to push (it doesn’t glide across the floor like the Swifter does). With my bad back and not being able to bend even a little without hurting, I raised the handle up higher and was able to stand upright with no further pain. I have wanted a steam mop for years, and I’m so glad I waited and got the next generation (Pocket mop), since it has the larger mop head, larger water cannister, longer cord, etc. I didn’t have to wait more than 30 seconds for it to heat up as some have, the handle seems very solid, and releasing steam is easy (just mop). I couldn’t be happier with the mop!

  4. Cathy Humble says:

    I am very disappointed in my mop. The kids bought it for me last November. It worked great for awhile, and then a couple months ago, I got it out to use it, and the steam wouldn’t come out the jet. Of course, I didn’t keep the receipt, so I am trying to find out how to write the company and complain. I want it replaced. It is ridiculous to spend $100 on a mop and have it work for only 6 months before breaking. Ridiculous.

  5. marlene says:

    Hello,
    I really like my shark steam mop. I was wondering if it would be a good idea to add some vinegar to run through it to open up the steam outlets (like you do a
    coffee pot) I have noticed that it is not steaming as well as when I first got it. Any ideas?

  6. Suzanne says:

    Don’t use vinegar!!! I did that so it would kill the smell of urine spots and it ate the shark tank. Now I have to buy a new mop.

  7. Jorge says:

    A few caveats: You do have to go over and over some difficult spots to get them clean, but when you are done, it is worth it and much easier than getting on hands and knees. If you really look at the commercial, the demonstrator DOES go over and over spots – he doesn’t get it up in just one swipe, so I don’t think they are misrepresenting that. Also, the mop was a little hard for me to push (it doesn’t glide across the floor like the Swifter does). With my bad back and not being able to bend even a little without hurting, I raised the handle up higher and was able to stand upright with no further pain. I have wanted a steam mop for years, and I’m so glad I waited and got the next generation (Pocket mop), since it has the larger mop head, larger water cannister, longer cord, etc. I didn’t have to wait more than 30 seconds for it to heat up as some have, the handle seems very solid, and releasing steam is easy (just mop). I couldn’t be happier with the mop!
    +1

  8. Mathews George says:

    I also had this machine. It worked for about three months an then the steam wont come out. It heats up and no steam. I dont have the bill so probably this company is not going to honor their warranty. I was looking for a new mop and was checking reviews and realized I havent given a review myself. Hope this stops somebody else from wasting 100 bucks.

  9. Ben Holly says:

    Worked great, right up to the point where it broke. Steam came pouring out of the top of the unit and now it’s done. Spend $100 for 8 months worth of use is a good gimick. Is it work complaining about to the company? It’s a disposable world and I won’t be buying anything Shark related ever again.

  10. TT says:

    This mop leaves the floor still dirty (you can test it by mopping and then wiping the floor with lysol and a papertowel) Plus it breaks! I had one for 2 years and then another that was used only 3 times. The steam stops coming out the jet. Its because of hard water. Don’t buy this unless you want to store distilled water in your house at all times. Don’t waste your money on this mop.

  11. Koreen Walker says:

    I have had three of the Shark steam mops and while they are fabulous at first, they malfunction after 6 to 12 months. The steam stops coming out of the unit. Shark’s repair service, if the unit is still under warranty, is the worst I have ever encountered. I sent one of the steam mops (at my expense) to be repaired and never got it back. I sent it insured and signature required and know they received the mop. When I called the repair center, I was told I would have it back in 2 weeks. I was told that for 4 months! Shark would not give me a refund AND kept my machine!! I am now looking for a reliable steam mop that is NOT a Shark!

  12. Lorrie says:

    I got a Shark steam mop as a gift. I have back problems so my parents thought it would be easier for me. I went over the floor 3 times and there was still dirt on a wet rag. I went back over my floors with my swifter mop and it got up all the dirt the Shark left behind. Also, the Shark goes through water like crazy. You have to continually refill it. Buy a swiffer its cheaper and cleans better.

  13. Pamela says:

    This mop cleans, but leaves streaks and what looks like a film all over ceramic tiles. The tiles in my kitchen are very dark and shiny and when finished steam mopping, it feels very clean but the film left on the tiles look horrible. I thought it might be hard water, but have tried water from a water softener. Any suggestions? Not very pleased.

  14. Alice says:

    I bought two of these shark cleaners and both died within a year. Haven’t even tried the repair deal I’m reading horror stories about. Not sure I’d spend more money to ship them considering what I’ve been reading. But if I’m ever in a store and see folks looking at them i’ll surely warn them that it’s junk.
    I’m stuck now not knowing what to buy that will actually be worth the money and last much longer than a year, or even two. Thanks for those who commented.

  15. Rita Martin says:

    Rita says:

    The second time I used the mop the handle broke off at the base. Very weak link, They should offer this piece of junk on TV where you get two for $19.99. Don’t buy if you want quality!

    But wait! Order now and get a second one free!!!!!!

  16. Jeanie says:

    I am very disappointed in the Shark Euro Pro. It takes forever to build steam and the constant pumping of the handle to dispense what little steam comes out is a joke. It leaves the floor smeary and streaked. Sorry I bought it, but it sounds like it won’t last long.

  17. gail langford says:

    was going to buy one of these shark mops…thank you for all your reviews..have not read a good one!!!.thank you..you’ve all just saved me wastig my money.!!!

  18. Di says:

    I bought this mop back in December of 2011. The hand held steamer was broken and the mop did not work that well. I decided to return this. They sent me a replacement mop instead, which I had to refuse when it was delivered to my home. The customer service was terrible and not professional at all. I am still waiting for a refund. I keep getting the run around and very dissapointed! Do not waste your time and money. If you really want to try it, buy this mop from a local store (which they do sell them in local stores) so that you may return it to the store, if need be, instead of ordering from the company direct!!

  19. nancy says:

    I was going to buy a shark mop…are they good for fake wood floors?

  20. gonzo says:

    Im looking for a steam mop w/ attachments to get the hard to reach corners, any suggestions?

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