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Steam Mop Rating Sources

Total of 11 Sources
1. TheSteamQueen.com
As of June 2015
Steam Mop Reviews
by Erica Ryan
Our AssessmentAs part of this informational website on steam mops and cleaning with steam, Erica Ryan gives detailed reviews on a handful of models. Using hands-on testing in a real-world setting (her home), Ryan discusses how each model handles, how well it cleans and how easy it is to use. She names the Haan Multiforce, the Bissell 1940 PowerFresh and the Hoover TwinTank as her top three.
2. TrustedReviews.com
As of June 2015
Steam Cleaner Reviews
by Editors of TrustedReviews.com
Our AssessmentThis British website has a handful of very detailed reviews of steam mops, although some are available only in the UK. There are also some name differences between mops available in both the UK and the U.S., although the mops may be otherwise identical. Reviews are very hands on and each includes a thorough breakdown and an overall rating of a maximum of 10 stars. Steam cleaners are also included here.
3. Amazon.com
As of June 2015
Steam Mops
by Contributors to Amazon.com
Our AssessmentThousands of users comment on steam mops at Amazon.com, but most models don't get very good ratings -- there are only a few that get better than 4 stars. This is an excellent resource for a good overview of a steam mop's durability as many owners go back after months or years to update an original review. Also, manufacturers often comment on negative reviews, offering a window into their customer service.
4. Walmart.com
As of June 2015
Steam Mop
by Contributors to Walmart.com
Our AssessmentOwners rate and review steam mops at Walmart.com, which offers brands such as Shark, Bissell, Haan and Hoover. Some steam mops get hundreds of reviews, and they tend to be detailed and helpful. Reviewers can also say if they would recommend the steam mop to a friend.
5. HSN.com
As of June 2015
Steam Mops
by Contributors to HSN.com
Our AssessmentWhile HSN.com does not carry as many steam mops as some other sources, it is a very helpful site for those looking to find reviews of some of the most popular steam mops. That's because steam mops are often infomercial stars, and HSN tends to focus on that type of product. While some steam mops only get only a little feedback, others get over a 100 reviews, and a few tally over 200.
6. HomeDepot.com
As of June 2015
Steam Mops
by Contributors to HomeDepot.com
Our AssessmentThere are not very many steam mops available at HomeDepot.com, and they don't get as many reviews as seen at sites such as Walmart.com or Amazon.com. Some feedback is from HomeDepot.com users, but the vast majority of the reviews are taken from the manufacturer's website.
7. Target.com
As of June 2015
Steam Mops
by Contributors to Target.com
Our AssessmentTarget.com is a popular destination for household products and they carry just over 20 different steam mops. As with some other review sites, many of the reviews are imported from the manufacturer's website, rather than being unique to Target.com.
8. AllergyBuyersClub.com
As of June 2015
Steam Mops
by Editors of AllergyBuyersClub.com
Our AssessmentEditors test and rate a variety of items on this retail website, including a handful of steam mops. Only those that steam at 200 degrees Fahrenheit or more, are user-friendly and don't super-heat the handle are included on their list, so reviews of some of the most popular mops are not available.
9. About.com
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The 5 Best Steam Mops
by Sarah Aguirre
Our AssessmentSarah Aguirre, a cleaning expert at About.com, names her five top steam mops. It's clear that she tested each mop, but this is an older review and some of the named mops have been replaced by newer models. Also, her top-rated steam mop gets very poor reviews from users.
10. Good Housekeeping
June 2012
Steam Mop Reviews
by Editors of Good Housekeeping
Our AssessmentWhile this used to be considered a very valuable resource because it's one of the largest professional comparisons of steam mops, its age (the reviews are from 2012, although Good Housekeeping has put a 2015 date on the main page) has dropped it down our list. Some models have been discontinued; others get very poor long-term user reviews for durability. And, in other cases, newer technology has made these mops quaint to obsolete.
11. ConsumerReports.org
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Steam Mops
by Editors of ConsumerReports.org
Our AssessmentThere are only a few steam mops included in this professional roundup, which is available only to subscribers of ConsumerReports.org. However, this is an older review and the top tested mops get extremely poor owner reviews.
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