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H2O Steam Mop Ultra

The H2o Mop Ultra steam floor cleaner is now improved with handheld steam cleaning capabilities.
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The Thane company's H2O Mop has now offers an upgrade in the form of the H2O Mop Ultra steam mop.  It sports a new red color and adds the ability to detach the hand-held steam cleaner for use to disinfect and clean.  The steam mop optionally comes with a caddy for storing the various cleaning attachments such as brushes.

This Ultra H2O mop is essentially the same as the original H2O Steam Mop, and can clean all of the same types of surfaces including hardwood, slate, tile, laminate, marble, etc.  It also has the glider attachment for carpeting as does the original H20 Mop.

Have you used the H2O steam mop?  What is your review?

H2O Steam Mop Ultra Reviews

Review the infomercial product.

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by Anonymous User at Sep 09, 2009 10:04 AM
This product does clean but it's extremely heavy accross the floor, and it took a very very long time for the floor to dry. For me, it took more than an hour for my hardwood floor. The mop itself is heavy as well. I would not reccommend this product to anyone.

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by Karen at Dec 31, 2009 07:05 PM
I was seriously considering purchasing the H20 Ultra Steam mop since I have 1600 sq. feet of engineered hardwood floors. However, your review gave me pause for thought. Why do you think there are so many positive reviews? This website provided the only negatives I could find which indicate that the mop leaves hardwood floors wet!

Thank you for your taking the time to respond.

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by sean at Dec 31, 2009 07:08 PM
Karen-I have not used the mop, but I can say one thing about reviews. The internet is full of people paid to write them. People are paid to visit the forums and positively review products as well as write articles with a positive slant.

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by Jane at Jun 05, 2011 07:36 AM
The internet is also full of people paid to visit the forums and bash the competitor so people will wean away from buying their product.

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by Tanya at Sep 17, 2010 06:59 PM
I have had my H20 Ultra mop for 2 weeks I love it! It took 10 minutes for my hardwood floor to dry and it looks GREAT. I have 4 kids and lots of messes I think that it is very light weight and I would not trade it for the world.

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by tracy at Sep 29, 2010 07:00 AM
i just got the h20 mop and the power sound is noisy, it does not click on and stay on, i have to hold the button and nothing happens except the loud motor noise. any advice?

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by c-plus at Oct 26, 2010 09:39 AM
When you use it for the first time, this will happen. It's because there is no water in it yet. The pump inside will make a noise until there is water inside. Also you don't need to hold the button. Just press it and let go. You will need to wait a minute or so till it starts going. It's only the first time. Regarding the wet floors, the lady that said it took an hour to dry her floors is full of BS. It's more like 10 minutes. 15 tops, depending on the kind of floors and how much you go over the same spot. The mop get very hot from the steam and does get pretty wet after awhile. I think it's best use is for ceramic use. Eventhough this is the only one I used, I think they all are the same. If there is lots of steam coming out, it will get wet. The longer you are using it, the more wet the mop gets and therefore the more wet your floors become. But it should not take an hour to dry.

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by Tina at Aug 21, 2011 05:18 PM
I agree that an hr to dry is very hard to believe. I owned an H20 mop and loved it for my tile and hardwood floors... BUT: Their customer service is non-existant. My mop began to split at the seams of the main body, it had not been dropped or hit. I took it to a repair person locally as it looked like a screw simply needed replacing. He then told me that the motor was overheating and explanding the plastic and to not use it again as it might cause electrical shock. This was 2 months ago, wrote the company that day and have yet to get any kind of response... never again... they do not stand behind their product. I ask the repair person if this could have been caused by misuse of any kind on my part and he told me no that he sees it all the time with the H20 mops- he told me to toss it as the company would do nothing and that is exactly what they have done. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT AS THEY WILL NOT STAND BEHIND IT.

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by june neville at Dec 02, 2011 11:04 AM
Re: holding the buttom on:If you are using the H2O Ultra Mop, you have to turn the black Off/ON button to On found on the lower front of the water reservoir then the steam wikk be continuous. the button at the handle is not a toggle switch as found on the cheaper H2O Mop but merely works for short bursts of steam but will not stay on. Enjoy!

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by JC at Dec 17, 2010 03:14 PM
Where the heck do you wrap the cord? Can't believe the design is so poor. The cords are a mess when you have to put it away. Also, the unit is heavy and hard to manouver. It does a pretty good job on the floors but when using the hand held cleaner the steam was not hot at all! It was the same temp as the water when I poured it into the cleaner! Just go for the regular H20 steam mop as the handheld doesn't do what it's supposed to.

H2O Ultra Steam Mop

Posted by GM at Aug 06, 2011 12:42 PM
I agree - where is the place to wrap the cord ??????????????????

H2O Mop

Posted by Sherry Boone at Sep 10, 2009 06:32 PM
I recently purchased the H2O Mop and was disappointed with it. I thought it would make cleaning easier but it made my laminate floors really wet and I had to use my old mop after to dry it or it would leave water streaks. The whole idea is to use steam to clean the floors but using the steam makes the pad really wet, turn the steam off and all you clean with is water. It does not perform as it says. It made more work for me. I would not have bought it had I been aware.

H2O Mop

Posted by angelica at Sep 11, 2009 06:59 AM
I just order an ultra mop a while ago, foes it really work in cleaning carpet? Are you going to return your mop?

H2O Mop

Posted by c-plus at Oct 26, 2010 09:39 AM
You don't have to clean it with only water. Some people put a bit of white vinegar. It will not harm the unit.

H2O Ultra Mop by Thane Products

Posted by CSmith at Jan 05, 2010 08:42 AM
I just got off the phone trying to get a warranty replacement for the mop I purchased in late November, 2009. I haven't even made my third and last payment of $33.00 yet and this company will not help me replace a broken mop handle that happened when I bumped the mop head against a table leg. I'm not a real power mopper, so I believe there was a flaw in the plastic on this mop, but Thane wants me to send $72.00 to get a new handle. Some warranty, right?? Please, if you are interested in a steamer-mop, don't buy this one. I know there are other ones out there that have to be better than this one.

H2O Ultra Mop by Thane Products

Posted by phillip at Jan 26, 2010 09:23 AM
I bought the Ultra about 2 months ago. It is only OK on my hardwood floors, good on the tile floors, great on grout and esoecially great on the barbecue grill, etc, stove top, and decent on oil spots on the driveway. I had no problem with Thane sending me a new unit including the water tank and filter. They were very polite and sent the replacemnet steamer at no EXTRA COST or shipping cost plus EXTENED the 30 day return policy. I do agree it is not what I had hoped for with my cherry wood hardwood floors so I just ordered the Haan Steam Mop and I hope this will work for the hardwood floors. I plan to keep the H20 because as I said for me it saves me a lot of time on the barbecue, grout, and my children's toy's. Again I had no problems with the company sending a replacement FREE OF EXTRA CHARGES.

H2O Ultra Mop by Thane Products

Posted by phillip, santa paula,ca at Feb 11, 2010 08:26 AM
on 1/26/10 I informed everyone I ordered the Haan Steam mop. Well I put it to the test on our cherry hardwood floors, tile and upholstery kitchen chairs. Very disappointed, the pads work for about a 5 x 5 area (hardwood) then gets real wet more than the H20 Ultra. The H20 dried faster to the same area and was cleaner based on white paper towels. So I am going to return it to Bath and Beyond and switch it out for the Shark pocket. I hope the Shark works on the hardwood floors with the purple duster. I 'll let you know. Hope this was helpful.

H2O Ultra Mop by Thane Products

Posted by kc at Feb 27, 2010 08:39 PM
How good is the Shark pocket work?

H2O Ultra Mop by Thane Products

Posted by Jen at Feb 04, 2012 10:05 AM
I am switching from the Shark to the H2O after only 8 months before my Shark no longer works (no longer generates steam). It have never really done a good job at cleaning either. Floors were always dirty afterwards as it barely picked anything up.

H2O Ultra Mop by Thane Products

Posted by Anonymous User at Aug 19, 2010 09:39 PM
That is why I went with the more higher end model the h20flo

H2O Ultra Mop by Thane Products

Posted by Megan at Apr 24, 2011 06:13 PM
Oh no!!! My mop handle just broke today whilst cleaning. It literally fell apart in my hands and i have been extremely careful with it!!! Hopefully i will have better luck!!!!! Fingers crossed.

H20 ultra steam mop

Posted by linda at Mar 03, 2010 01:14 PM
we bought the steam mop H20 ultra we very pleased with it expect i find holding the button in all time while you mop this makes your arm ache a older persons would not be able to use this mop & the lead is to short for the price of the mop ithink these isues should be stander!!!!!!!!

H20 ultra steam mop

Posted by tian at Apr 23, 2010 05:05 PM
You dont need to hold the button in..just press it once and it will turn on..and once toturn off.

H20 ultra steam mop

Posted by geeva at May 04, 2010 06:33 AM
i haven't found that with mine.. if i dont keep holding the button it stops steaming. and leaves the floor wet. and it's heavier than a dead priest to push around. i'm going to return mine and try the bissell.

H20 ultra steam mop

Posted by Linda at May 04, 2010 06:33 AM
You do not have to hole the button in all the time while you mop. You just click it one time and start mopping. click it another time and it turns off.

H20 ultra steam mop

Posted by Khai at Jul 29, 2010 12:25 PM
That's what I was told my the manufacturer Linda, but my instructions say press and hold and if I don't then it stops steaming. It's not an on/off switch!! I'm beyond frustration with this product! As well as my tile floor being left saturated, I'm finding that the green light only stays on for approx 10 seconds at a time and I have to wait for it to get hot enough to press the trigger again!! ARGH!! Not happy...

H20 ultra steam mop

Posted by c-plus at Oct 26, 2010 09:39 AM
Khai, this is not true. The instructions say press on/off to turn on to release steam. Then it says press on/off again to stop steam. If you google h2o ultra steam manual, you can download the pdf and read it.

H20 ultra steam mop

Posted by Kate at Apr 03, 2011 11:10 AM
This machine is garbage as far as I am concerned. I am having the same problem with the green light. Mine stays on for 5 secs, then turns off. The steamer is not hot at ALL. My friend has the original h20 and loves it. It's not worth 120+tax, that's for sure!!

H20 ultra steam mop

Posted by Sharron at Jan 17, 2011 08:20 AM
I use this mop on my tile floors. High traffic with 2 dogs running in and out. Mop works great. It's a little heavier than the Bissell Steam mop I tried, however, it leaves a lot less water on the floor than the Bissell... which is a plus as I don't want dirty water left in the grout. Except for the first time using the H20 Ultra it is not necessary to hold in the button... just one click and it's steaming .. another and it's not. Great little steam mop.

Mop Ultra

Posted by Pam Andrews at May 15, 2010 06:14 AM
Just got back from sending my Mop Ultra back for the low price of $38.85! I was impressed with the infomercial and really wanted this product to be the answer to some of my cleaning needs. It was not. I tried it in several areas, carpet, gas grill, stove top, windows, and it just didn't live up to my expectations delivered by the TV advertisement. The first area and primary reason for my purchase, I addressed our carpet dirt and stains. They faded some but didn't resolve. The attachments consists of these tiny attachments that are supposed to enhance the steam cleaner. Using these attachemtns, the next area I addressed was our gas grill. Household degreaser works better. Our Hot Tub cover covered with winter grime and pollen, I thought would have been a breeze-all too time consuming. A wet rag worked faster. Using the attachments is a slow process. Forget windows, the steamer drips too much and those puppy nose prints are still there! I tried the attachment for the shower door track. Again, not impressed. The whole experience was a let down. It cost a fortune to return too. I might add that the Kitchen floor and bathroom tile would benefit from this cleaner but I just couldn't justify the cost. The Mop Ultra in my opinion and experience is a "must not buy".

Mop Ultra

Posted by new york at May 19, 2010 02:04 AM
when will america learn that these as seen on tv products are a scam and joke? i volunteer @ a thrift store and all this JUNK is donated or ends up in the trash. ASK YOUR SELF: do you really have the $ to spend on junk like this? if the american people would simply STOP BUYING, then these companys would have no choice but to improve their product and just might lower prices!

Mop Ultra

Posted by khanya at Oct 05, 2010 04:04 PM
I'm not American, but I find your comment to be such an eye opener coz I search for these things on tv as it's one way I hope to find products that meet my needs.

your review

Posted by R.Waites at Jul 25, 2010 07:44 AM
Thank you for this very informative review. I was getting ready to purchase this mop but after reading about your experience, I think I will save my money. Excellent information!

Mop Ultra

Posted by M.E. Schmidt at Sep 15, 2010 04:48 PM
Thanks for your comments I just bought my yesterday & cancelled my order. I always forget to read the reviews. Thanks again.

crappy

Posted by crappy at May 23, 2010 04:45 PM
Love the mop itself. Does a fab job but the handle snapped in 2. I called and I hadn't even had it a year, so it was still under warranty and they wanted 14.95 to replace the handle!!!!!! Walmart wouldn't take it back. Their policy is 30 days now. Never again.

H20 Mop

Posted by paige at Jun 05, 2010 06:09 PM
What steam cleaner for floors would anyone suggest???
I exchanged a Shark steam cleaner for an H20 mop after the Shark handle broke in half. The Shark worked extremely well but was flimsley made and thought that before the handle broke. H20 does leave alot of water on floors. Now it no longer wishes to steam.
Again any suggestions on what brand I should purchase for ceramtic tile and hardwoods and not spend a fortune?

H20 Mop

Posted by Alicia at Jun 12, 2010 05:56 AM
I liked this mop at first, it did leave water on the floor but so does a mop. My issue is all of a sudden this mop decided to start leaking where the cord goes into the product. Tried to call but had to wait forever on the phone. Then it told me they were closed 8:30 - 5 pm monday-friday. i guess i will be calling back on monday. Anyone know how long their warranty lasts?

H2o Mop ULTRA is a ULTRA SCAM

Posted by Cory Tieu at Jun 26, 2010 08:46 PM
This product is a piece of S**T. First of all its heavy and it doesn't glide on the floor. Also the hand-held steamer is heavy and when you tilt it up, no water is coming out. Leaving my floor wet for 1-2 hours. The steam isn't really hot, as boiling point. Im returning this product and not buying anything i see on T.V ever again, learned my lesson.

H20 mop ultra

Posted by Paula Kester at Jul 27, 2010 07:43 AM
Despite many negative reviews I read the day before and this morning I thought that if the product is still marketable and on the shelf I will buy it and I did. My roommate helped me put it together very delicately and carefully. It cleaned all my floors (vinyl tiles) fabulously. I was scared but it was working fine. Then I tried in on the carpet too. Beautiful results. After, I tried the handheld and it actually cleaned my mirrors excellently, but I was a little disappointed elsewhere. The buttons on my stove came clean and it seemed to improve the appearance of my kitchen and bathroom faucets, as well as the bathtub, bathtub tiles, toilets and sinks. One thing I know, they are certainly better disinfected than with any cleaning product I have in the house now. Although I think the handheld needs a cloth attachment to wipe while steaming. Today I am really happy with my purchase and hope from now on I can wake up to my floor cleaning day in alot more joyful frame of mind.

H20 mop ultra

Posted by Ann at Sep 02, 2011 05:55 PM
"Seemed to improve the appearance"? I would say that means it didn't improve anything. "Joyful frame of mind"? I'm thinking you've been paid for this little gem. There is no product out there that can put you or anyone else in a "joyful frame of mind."

What we consumers have to firmly establish in our minds is that so many "cheapy" electrical products being sold today are scams. By the time we test all these shoddy products (at our own expense--that's the real joke), we could have purchased a high-end, well made product that will last for years. I will go without a certain tool until I can afford to buy a high-end one and I take good care of it.

It is rare that I ever have to replace anything. The only chagrin I have is that it took me a while to figure out that I was being scammed. We can't live long enough to make all the mistakes needed to learn our lessons. Thus, take some advice from the oldsters and concentrate on making original mistakes so you can add to the advice bag. :)

 

H20 mop ultra

Posted by Paula Kester at Jul 27, 2010 08:52 PM
On second thought the next day my floor boards felt all spongy. The mop had left a big warp in the tile and floor board underneath on one spot where the mop had rested for a minute. Bare spots on the floor board were spongy and the wood damp and swelled. The machine actually worked but the cost would be too much. I took her back to the store and got a refund. The tiles had never been wet but the steam had injected into the wood underneath and caused it to swell. Good bye H20 Ultra or good bye house.

H20 mop ultra

Posted by Teresa at Aug 21, 2010 10:10 PM
I have had my Thane H2O mop for over 3 years now and I love it. With the blue mop pad the floor drys as you mop. If you leave the mop in one place for 8 seconds it will sanitize that spot because it is putting out 1500 wats of steam, you need to keep moving the mop so you wont damage your floor. I have 7 Grandkids and wont mop my floors with anything else

H20 mop ultra

Posted by CW12CAT at Mar 02, 2011 07:33 PM
Thank you so much for your review Paula. I was considering buying this mop but your comments about the floor boards has changed my mind as all the floors in my house are wooden. I'll just continue to use my normal mop. Any suggestions for cleaning rugs?

NO Good !

Posted by Narish at Sep 20, 2010 07:44 PM
This Product is the worst mop i every used ... i tryed it and its dosent even work .. i dont even know when its on or off .. dont buy this .! .. thank u :)

H2O Ultra

Posted by CJ at Oct 20, 2010 12:35 PM
I just got mine and I love it. It does not leave my hardwood floors soaking wet, the hand held steamer loosened all of the dried food in my microwave which made it easier to wipe off, and it worked great in my bathrooms and kitchen. I know it's not perfect and it's heavier than I would have liked BUT I no longer have to wash the floors on my hands and knees for hours, or use a bunch of chemicals in a house with a small child and a dog. I think this is a great product and maybe everyone complaining just got lemons.

H20 Steam Mop Ultra

Posted by Blackcassiel at Nov 12, 2010 07:14 AM
This is not the greatest product. When using the mop handle with the unit I could not get it to glide an inch and I'm 6'1 with a good build. I literally had to jiggle it across a 1 foot by 1 foot square section of the bathroom floor, even then the microfibre cover didn't move, it stayed in one spot while the rest of mop head tried going forward, nearly jumping out of the cover itself! I am also not a fan of having to hold the steamer button in the handle to keep the steam going (I have seen other people say just press it once and it keeps steaming and yes they are right...if you are talking about the hand held steamer button. There is a red trigger in the handle that people and myself are talking about).

When seperated as a handheld steamer, it is large and bulky and awkward to maneuver around a sink bowl, but it did loosen the dirt and I did see some improvement in the cleaning of the white marbel counter top. Though, after about 10 minutes my arms started to get tired having to maneuver it to keep that copper ball submerged.

I will be returning this item asap tomorrow and I personally reccomend not purchasing this item.

H20 Steam Mop Ultra

Posted by cushyhomes at Nov 24, 2010 06:46 AM
The booklet shows that there are some attachments like brushes etc included, but I just got 2 microfiber pads and a measuring cup for water. Did I miss anything? Or do I have to get them for extra price?

H20 Steam Mop Ultra

Posted by Tina at Apr 03, 2011 11:10 AM
Yes you have to buy them for extra

H20 Steam Mop Ultra

Posted by Anonymous User at Apr 24, 2011 06:13 PM
Your arm hurt so? what effect has that got on the efficiency of the product?
We need very constructive arguments not silly ones like you are saying.

prospective buyer

Posted by Karen at Nov 24, 2010 06:46 AM
Thanks for the reviews guys. was looking to buy but think I have just been saved a headache. I have an old piranah steam mop was looking to upgrade cause it's a bit of a dinosaur.....but I might just be keeping cause my floors are clean in about 30 sec's and has a v long cord. This company doesnt sound to consumer friendly.

h20 ultra

Posted by Anonymous User at Dec 01, 2010 01:17 PM
i brought mine from ebay. leakes and burns and is a piece of S--T so angry and dissapionted

h20 ultra

Posted by ken at Dec 01, 2010 01:17 PM
i brought mine from ebay. leakes and burns and is a piece of S--T so angry and dissapionted

not recommend

Posted by kari at Dec 11, 2010 08:11 PM
I get more steam from my coffee pot...H20 mop goes to the trash...big waste of money

H2O Mop

Posted by K2712 at Dec 24, 2010 06:43 PM
I bought the mop from ebay - used it twice and it just stopped working. The lights are on but no one home.
Yes I found it left the floors wet and it was heavy to cumbersome to use. Also that you have to hold down the button for it to work. Very hard on the arms and hands. Also the steam unit when detached is heavy and cumbersome to use. I found it not very effective either and disloding or removing grime. I just wish I had researched a bot more before I bought it. So far I have contacted the manufacturer - only given an email to correspond - and they just give me the same instructions as in manual, despite me telling them the problem and it is not working. Any suggestions or a phone number (I am in Australia). Cheers

H2O Mop

Posted by Sara at Feb 01, 2011 08:05 AM
I am from Australia and was so glad as i came across this site by accident while i was on the phone to them and was about to order when she told me there was and extra charge of $29.95 with the Caddy Kit and she mentioned $50.00 off but the price would still be $199.95! because it is originally $250.00. Ok but no thanks i am not going to pay extra for a steam mop that costs an arm and a leg and from reading your reviews here which i came on my accident when i was suppost to be on their actual site was a complete money saver for me. I can't believe they sell something made of plastic and does not perform as it promises. Thanks for your honest comments =D So glad i found this review and like i said by accident.

h2o steam mop

Posted by fraynegirl at Jan 09, 2011 08:59 AM
Thank you to all the people who took the time to leave reviews. You have helped me be an informed 'non purchaser'. Much appreciated.

h2o steam mop

Posted by chevybigblock at Jan 17, 2011 08:20 AM
thanks for all the reviews. looked promising but now i think i will reconsider buying this product

H20 Steam Mop

Posted by Wendy at Jan 17, 2011 08:20 AM
I just read the comments and wish I had looked at this before purchasing mine. I find the floor is streaky and takes a long time to dry. I have ended up going back to my mop and bucket to wash the floor. I bought it from Bed Bath & Beyond, have of course no receipt anymore but will see if I can take it back.

H20 Steam Mop

Posted by Stephanie at Feb 04, 2012 10:05 AM
my hubby bought me one from walmart for Christmas, it SUCKS, it wont push across my laminate floor, and when i try to give it a push, it WONT move! Then the pad ends up slipping off..the hand-held steamer does NOT heat up! Also tried it on our carpet stains, does NOT do anything for them either! This was my most expensive gift this year and turned out to be a piece of crap, i literally have NO use for it and Walmart will not take it back! :(

DON'T GET IT!

Posted by Chafrlotte at Feb 27, 2011 07:32 PM
I purchased this item yesterday at the local Zellers since it was on sale. It is already packed back up to be returned today. It does not do hard wood floors as stated, it is way too hard to maneuver AND to top it off the pad literally got burnt and scorched by the steam after 2 mins. LITERALLY 2 mins! This product is not even worth $2 let alone $112 which I paid. Save your money and time and take a look at other steamers.

H2O Ultra Mop

Posted by Ann Hamilton at Mar 17, 2011 07:29 AM
This steam mop does a great job on floors however it is a pain to use. There is no place to wrap the cord, the pad constantly comes off and there is a plastic bit sticking that jabs into your hand while you are using it. Very poor design.

H2O Ultra Mop

Posted by Texas at Apr 03, 2011 11:10 AM
 Thanks to all for taking the time to post your comments. I was seriously thinking of ordering H20 Ultra Mop but will have to pass on the offer and spend my hard earned money on a better product.

had to return the mop

Posted by Tina at Apr 03, 2011 11:10 AM
it didn't get hot enough period. It was so sad. I bought the mop before finding this site to check if people were satisfied.

I tried everything but the mop wouldn't get hot enough to clean ANYTHING.

I tried using it on the floors then I took it apart and tried using it on the sinks. It didn't clean either one.

I thought I might have gotten a faulty one but after seeing the reviews on this site I think it is just a bad mop! So buyer beware with this product
:-(

as for having to keep your hand on the on button the whole time you are cleaning....it does stay on...you don't have to hold the button...it just doesn't work.

it sounds good in theroy but they haven't perfected it yet.

Reasons the H20 Steam Mop Sucks:

Posted by tami at Apr 08, 2011 06:22 PM
- it leaves floors soaking wet. I have to walk around with a towel to soak up the excess water.
- clunky and heavy.. doesn't 'glide' across my wood laminate floors like it does in the infomercial.
- the cord constantly gets in your way since there's nothing to wrap it around. I have to coil it in my hand or around my arm.
- the microfibre pad keeps slipping off, due to the poor drawstring design. The drawstring doesn't stay sinched tight enough plus you have to tuck the loose end into the pad or it gets in the way.
- cleans light dirt and grime ok but not the tough, heavy stuff. I have to go back a second time with cleaner and a handcloth.
- the handheld part is like cleaning with a watergun full of warm water. It literally does nothing but spray water everywhere.

BOO H20 STEAM MOP!

Reasons the H20 Steam Mop Sucks:

Posted by lou lou at Apr 24, 2011 06:13 PM
guess what i bought the mop ebay bargain luckily not paid a fortune like you poor people then i found this siteand yes it leaves floors wet but hand held been good for me like everyone says it is heavy and i cleaned my whole bathroom keeping hold of the button my thumb nearly fell off lol so thanks for the info on button

Reasons the H20 Steam Mop Sucks:

Posted by Anonymous User at Sep 10, 2011 09:08 PM
I have tried for an hour now to get it to stay on and the only way the handheld part will work is if I hold the button down. That is very uncomfortable and not as easy as they show in the video. The concept of the cleaning part works well with steam but it is way too difficult to use if you must continually hold that switch down. And I have pushed once and twice and three and four. It will only work when I hold it down.

H2O MOP ULTRA

Posted by Nikki at May 06, 2011 06:03 AM
Thank you..Thank you...Thank you..!!! Was going to try and convince my husband that we needed one of these, but after reading all of the previous reviews, I've changed my mind.

H20 Ultra Mop

Posted by Ahmad at May 06, 2011 06:03 AM
Thanks to all for taking the comments. I was seriously thinking of ordering H20 Ultra Mop but I will save my money.

Thank you all

H2O Steam mop Ultra

Posted by Susan at May 06, 2011 06:03 AM
I went to Walmart today to purchase this product, what a waste of my time.
I put the mop together, was not impressed with the way it went together, the w cloth doesn't even go on nicely. When I went to put water in the machine I noticed the cup included was cracked from top to bottom. I finally got it all set to go. I pushed the on button then tried to turn it off but was unable to get the button to the off position. At this point I was done. I took it apart put it back in the box and returned it immediately. What a piece of CRAP.
 In my opinion this mop is not worth the $119.00 it is not even worth $19.00

h2o mop ultra

Posted by john at Jun 12, 2011 05:20 PM
sucks! broke off the swivel joint on the mop head, on the fist use.just try and find parts for it. if you break it, your screwed...angry

H2O Mop-junk!

Posted by Johnny Z at Jul 14, 2011 05:12 PM
An absolute piece of trash. Stopped producing steam after a single use, obviously shoddy in its design and manufacture. For 119 bucks you can get yourself a nice Bee-Mop, a bucket and some Pine-Sol and clean your floors like generations of people did before this heavily advertised junk washed up on our shores. Booooo!

H2O Mop-junk!

Posted by MaDMAn at Aug 06, 2011 12:42 PM
Awww.. I so like the idea of the mop. I not going to buy one after these reviews. But, maybe I'll make one that IS worth buying. Yay steam.

Ultra mop h2o

Posted by Anonymous User at Dec 15, 2011 11:29 AM
Dont spend your money on this it stopped putting out steam on our third use. Plus it is hard to push on a tile floor.