Hoover Steam Mop Review

Hoover Steam Mop

Hoover Steam Mop Review
  • The Hoover Steam Mop is a steam mop that uses hot steam to clean hard floors.
  • The steam is generated by a built-in boiler, and it can reach up to 212 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • The steam is released through the mop head, which is made of microfiber.
  • The microfiber mop head traps dirt, grime, and bacteria, and the steam helps to loosen and remove them from the floors.
  • The Hoover Steam Mop is safe to use on all sealed hard floors, including tile, laminate, vinyl, and hardwood.

Hoover Steam Mop Review


  • 10-in-1 all-purpose cleaner
  • Effective at cleaning hard floors and more
  • Uses steam
  • Comes with several different attachments for a wider range of cleaning applications, like cleaning a messy stove top or cracks in the tile
  • Easy to use with 2 cleaning pads included
  • Removable, hand-held steamer built into the unit


  • A little on the heavy side for seniors and elderly
  • Steam can be hot, so you need to be careful with the handheld
  • Mop head can be difficult to clean
  • Not as effective as a traditional mop and bucket for deep cleaning
  • Cord placement on unit has been described as a little strange
  • Taller people might have to bend over, and one person complained their back hurt as a result

Overall, the Hoover Steam Mop is a good option for people who want an effective and chemical-free way to clean their hard floors and more. The extra attachments are handy for the finer, more complex jobs that need detailed care. The handheld can be a little dangerous if you’re not paying attention, as the unit is still very hot, so you shouldn’t grow complacent while using it.

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Additional Features of the Hoover Steam Mop:

  • The mop comes with a variety of attachments, including a grout brush, a furniture glider, and a window squeegee.
  • The mop has a 16-ounce water tank, which is enough to clean about 200 square feet of floor space.
  • The mop comes with a 2-year limited warranty.