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H20 Ultra Steam Mop

Updated on August 23, 2012

H20 Ultra Steam Mop

The H20 Ultra Steam Mop has lot of really great features for a steam mop. Not only that, but with a built in handheld steamer and an included carpet glide attachment, you can clean and sanitize much more than just your tile, laminate, wood, and vinyl floors with it. In fact, at first glance it looks like the cleaning appliance is an all in one sanitizing dynamo.

But is it as great as it first appears to be? Let's examine the features, pros and cons, and what consumers have to say about this steam mop to decide if it is really worth owning.

H20 Ultra Steam Mop Features

A Closer Look at the Features of this Steam Mop

The H20 Ultra Steam Mop has a lot of strong features. It is lightweight and fairly easy to use. It's mop head pivots 360 degrees making it easy to get into tight spots like around toilets. The mop head is triangular shaped which is perfect for getting into corners. The steam mop offers continuous steam which is a refreshing feature since some steam mops require the user to relentlessly push a trigger while mopping which becomes quite exhausting after a while.

The H20 Ultra also has a sizable power cord which is 24 feet long. This is longer than many other steam mop power cords. It has a handheld steamer that is built right into the main unit and is easily removable. This handheld steamer can be used to sanitize counter tops, showers, tubs, and more.

The carpet glide attachment is another powerful feature of the mop. With this attachment, you can clean and sanitize carpets and rugs. This is great for killing dust mites which are a common cause of household allergies.

H20 Ultra Steam Mop Cons

The H20 Ultra Steam Mop is not all perfect though. It actually has received a lot of negative consumer reviews. Customers who have used this steam mop and weren't happy with it's performance had complaints that ranged from it leaving to much water on the floor to it's mop pads not staying in place. There were also complaints about the mop pads being made of flimsy cloth. Probably the most disturbing reviews though are the ones from consumers who complained of their H20 Ultra Steam Mop ceasing to work after they had owned it for just a short amount of time.

Since the H20 Ultra Steam Mop is one of the pricier steam mops out there and because it does have so many negative reviews to it's name, I really don't recommend it. There are many steam mops out there that are much better options than this one!

Steam Mops that are Better than the H20 Ultra

Here is a list of steam mops that are much more highly rated than the H20 Ultra Steam Mop.

How Much Do You Want to Spend on a Steam Mop?

The prices and features of steam mops vary greatly. Obviously, the more you spend the more features you will get but you can find good steam mops in just about every price range.

What is your budget for buying a steam mop?

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