What makes this Sienna Luna SSM-3006 steam mop a unique model in our list is its vibration-driven dirt loosening mechanism.
Yes, you’ve read it right. The steam mop utilizes a self-engendered vibration to loosen the dirt and grime. On top of that, it lets you adjust the shake-ups alongside the adjustable steam settings.
Since its cleaning process is vibration-operated, the motor needed to be powerful enough, and the makers hardly compromised that. The machine comes with a 1500-watt motor that is equally efficient to steam up to the top-most degree at full pelt.
A host of necessary attachments makes the device more helpful to its users, enabling them to utilize it more than just their floors extending the usage to windows, countertops, and other household surfaces. No matter you splatter mustard, spaghetti sauce, or orange juice all-over your place, with the powerful steam mop, you can sweep it out with a couple of passes.
The water tank is extremely generous to provide you with 25 minutes of continuous mopping. However, you may find the refilling process not-so-convenient. But considering the given usage time, it might not trouble you much except for when doing bigger cleaning projects.
The mop-had boasts a tall profile, which you can move around the house conveniently. But it may well prove to be the reason to deter you from getting under tight spaces and low edges. And sadly, it also lacks a rotateable facet, unlike most other models, so you might have to compromise while making your way through the obstacles on the floor or narrow passages.
But you’ll like the variations of pads that come with the steam mop, for it’ll cover a range of different cleaning tasks like mirrors, countertops, washing-machine tops, stovetops, and even grouts and draperies. The product manual also suggests that the mop is also usable on car wheels. And to make sure you don’t strain your back during the cleaning, a comfy shoulder strap is also included in the package.