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Shark Steam Mop (S1000UK) Pocket Mop, White & Green £46.49 delivered @ Amazon
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Shark Steam Mop (S1000UK) Pocket Mop, White & Green £46.49 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 3rd Mar

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Lightweight and easy to use steam mop from Shark.

Now on lowest price offer with 2 years warranty.

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Key Features
  • Up to 15 minutes run time on a single tank
  • Includes 2 washable dirt grip pads and a fill flask
  • Heats up in just 30 seconds
  • Easy-to-use pump system releases steam on command
  • Lightweight - great for cleaning from room to room



Leave your hard floors glistening with the help of this steam mop from Shark. Because it comes equipped with 2 washable dirt grip pads, you’ll no longer need to keep buying disposable floor wipes – great for the environment. This model only takes 30 seconds to heat up too, so you can crack on straight away. Plus, thanks to the On-Demand Steam Control, which releases vapour through an easy-to-use pump system, you’ll get a more intense clean for grubbier patches. And, as it’s super-lightweight to hold, it’ll effortlessly glide across your surfaces and you can tackle every floor without getting tired.

  • Lightweight steam mop: Confidently clean and sanitise your hard floors using just water
  • On-demand steam control: Push to pump just the right amount of steam
  • Dirt grip pads, machine-washable, reusable microfiber cleaning pads
  • Two years extended manufacturer warranty for complete peace of mind (upon registration with Shark)
  • Includes: 1 x 375 ml removable water tank, 2 x dirt grip pads

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Great find!(y)
Good buy
Seems like a basic model, listed at £69 elsewhere, so the rrp is laughable.
What if y you live in hard water area? I have previously bought from Vax but get blocked up because of hard water
snil03/03/2020 07:48

What if y you live in hard water area? I have previously bought from Vax …What if y you live in hard water area? I have previously bought from Vax but get blocked up because of hard water


Use filtered water
hadouken88803/03/2020 07:53

Use filtered water


Thank you for reply. I wonder how to filter water sounds funny but I really don’t know when water is hard. Please advise me..
snil03/03/2020 08:29

Thank you for reply. I wonder how to filter water sounds funny but I …Thank you for reply. I wonder how to filter water sounds funny but I really don’t know when water is hard. Please advise me..


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We use a Brita filter jug. Keep in fridge so can both drink water and use in appliances. Has improved life of my iron (steam generator) immensely compared to last one so would hopefully work on this mop.
snil03/03/2020 08:29

Thank you for reply. I wonder how to filter water sounds funny but I …Thank you for reply. I wonder how to filter water sounds funny but I really don’t know when water is hard. Please advise me..


Just use a Brita water jug that you use for drinking
Thank you, I was using same as you suggested but still had the issue, I have also tried boiling water & use when coolin
snil03/03/2020 09:01

Thank you, I was using same as you suggested but still had the issue, I …Thank you, I was using same as you suggested but still had the issue, I have also tried boiling water & use when coolin


I use diluted appliance descaler in mine once a month which works a treat x
snil03/03/2020 09:01

Thank you, I was using same as you suggested but still had the issue, I …Thank you, I was using same as you suggested but still had the issue, I have also tried boiling water & use when coolin



Boiling only sterlises the water, doesn't remove the minerals that causes limescale in the first place. Distilled water is what you want but it's quite expensive unless you make it yourself - a lot of hassle to steam and condense.

Chuffed2bits03/03/2020 10:07

I use diluted appliance descaler in mine once a month which works a treat x


I use that already for my kettle, works great. I don't own a Steam mop because of the hard water problem. How do you get rid of the sludge that forms when you use the descaler?
Edited by: "Sherbat" 3rd Mar
Sherbat03/03/2020 12:22

Boiling only sterlises the water, doesn't remove the minerals that causes …Boiling only sterlises the water, doesn't remove the minerals that causes limescale in the first place. Distilled water is what you want but it's quite expensive unless you make it yourself - a lot of hassle to steam and condense.I use that already for my kettle, works great. I don't own a Steam mop because of the hard water problem. How do you get rid of the sludge that forms when you use the descaler?


As an alternate, what do you use to clean floor? I also live in extremely hard water area.
Have you tried melting your hard water? I usually put a little cube of it in a diet coke with a slice of lemon and a straw and that melts it well.

I don't live in a hard water area so need to make it in the freezer in a little tray.
Ed.Winchester03/03/2020 21:52

Have you tried melting your hard water? I usually put a little cube of it …Have you tried melting your hard water? I usually put a little cube of it in a diet coke with a slice of lemon and a straw and that melts it well. I don't live in a hard water area so need to make it in the freezer in a little tray.


Cuckoo!
MUFCristiano03/03/2020 21:13

As an alternate, what do you use to clean floor? I also live in extremely …As an alternate, what do you use to clean floor? I also live in extremely hard water area.


Nothing special, manual mop and bucket with very hot water + Flash floor cleaner or washing up powder with Dettol. A steam mop beats it hands down.
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