Just about everyone has heard of Oreck when it comes to cleaning products and when it comes to steam mops they are actually one of the best available. You’ll definitely agree when you see this steam mop, the Oreck Steam It, which has a moderate price tag in the $100-$200 range and helps get rid of a lot of dirt and bacteria.
Steam It will get a lot of bacteria off the floors, which is really important when it comes to keeping your family healthy. It’s also easy to use and it gives you a whole lot of options for how you want to use it and where. This is definitely an all-in-one you’ll want to check out.
You can find out more about some of the other great steam mops by checking our Best Steam Mops page and you can find out more about the Steam It by reading the rest of the review right here, where we’ll talk about all the great features.
Made by Oreck, this steam mop is relatively small in size. This can be a good thing and somewhat of a drawback for two different reasons. It’s a good thing because it means the mop can get into spaces that other mops can’t and that it’s going to work well in smaller spaces on counters and other areas as well. It can be a drawback however because it means you’ll spend a little more time cleaning large areas, needing a few extra passes.
Because it’s lightweight however, you’re definitely not going to have a problem carrying it into different rooms of the house (or just cleaning as you go) and the controls are all at your fingers so you don’t need to stop to resent or change your settings. You can just keep moving. It’s also designed to be extremely hot so it gets rid of nearly all the moisture as it goes and does so without chemicals.
Using the Oreck Steam It is actually quite simple. It’s considered a steam wand because of the small size but don’t let that fool you into thinking it doesn’t do the work. You just need to lay it down flat and remove the cap on the water tank. Make sure to fill it slowly and use clean water and then turn it on to heat for about 30 seconds. There’s a green light that will come on to let you know it’s ready.
Turn up the regulator control to the highest setting and spray out water for about 10 seconds. This will help to get the flow and steam stabilized so it’s going to be at the best when you start cleaning. Then you lock the powerhead to the body, connect the cloth (whatever type you want to use) to the bottom and turn it on. At this point, all you need to do is just move the cleaner back and forth across the floor to get cleaning.
This product is definitely made for the person who wants to keep their house cleaner but doesn’t want to spend a lot of money on separate tools.
This is a great tool for someone who needs a space saving way to sanitize their surfaces as well as cleaning.
Finally, this is a tool for someone who wants to keep chemicals and other dangerous products away from their family. It makes sure to remove a lot of the bacteria in the home without using chemicals or leaving them behind on your floors either.
Inside the box you’re going to have absolutely everything you need to keep your entire house looking great. It comes with everything you need to run the mop but you have the option for other features too. There’s a squeegee, utility tool, deflector nozzle, floor cloth, utility cloth, spot brush, nozzle brush, nozzle pin, funnel, carpet glide base, steam comb and corner gliders all packed inside the box so once you put it all together you’re ready to go.
You can alternate between different products to use on different surfaces and you don’t even need to replace the cloths once they’re ready to throw away because the clips on the base of the unit will actually allow you to attach any type of cloth or towel you want and still get the same cleaning capabilities.
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