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This Shark mop scrubs 150 times per minute: It "saved my knees and back!!"

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Summer is well underway and I bet your floors have felt the heat this season. Beach sand, sticky ice pops, that watermelon mishap and the steak drippings your husband inadvertently let slide off the cutting board when he brought them in from the grill have all undoubtedly given your floors a beating. When a traditional mop won't cut the mustard (ha!), you need a potent clean — something that will get into grooves in the tile and grout and scrub all that bacteria away. After all, don't you want to be able to walk barefoot in your own home?

Fear not, my friends, for HSN is offering you $10 off this magical steam scrubbing mop from Shark, but only for a limited time. There's a bevy of reasons why you will love this go-getter — first and foremost being that it's on sale! Who doesn't love a bargain?

HSN

Shark Steam & Scrub Steam Mop

$170$180Save $10
$170 at HSN

This super scrubber rotates150 times per minute and uses steam to sanitize and make your surfaces shine.

Not only that, if you don’t want to pay all in one go, you can opt for five Flex Play installments of just $34 instead. Plus, if you’re a first-time HSN shopper, you can grab an extra $20 off your purchase of $40 or more with code HSN2022. You can't argue with these incentives to save you from back-breaking work. As a Shark steam mop owner myself, I promise, you'll be singing steam's praises once you give it a shot.

First, it really does save your muscles and joints from the effort a traditional mop requires. "I have never had this kind of clean on my floors without scrubbing on my hands and knees!!" says one thrilled reviewer. She's not wrong. The Shark steam mop pushes as easily as your vacuum, gliding across the floor with ease. It heats up in no time, releasing all of that hissing steam that you know is helping to release grime while also sanitizing better than you ever could with a cold water mop.

Shark steam mop on purple background.
It's time to get steamed up and start cleaning! (Photo: HSN)

It's environmentally friendly, as well, for two reasons. One, it doesn't need any chemicals, just a natural clean derived from hot steam that removes dirt without the surfactants. Pro tip: I spring for distilled water to keep my machine running smoothly (it's particularly helpful if you have hard water that could leave mineral buildup behind).

Two, it comes with four washable scrub pads, so there's no more tossing wasteful disposable pads or worn-out mop heads. Just throw them in the wash before your next use for a no-fuss cleanup. Plus, these babies spin 150 times per minute to remove even the toughest stains. Take that, bathroom floor!

This fan raves about its simplicity: "Love my new Shark Steam & Scrub All In One Scrubbing and Sanitizing Hard Floor Steam Mop!!! I love that you don't have to use harsh chemicals in the Shark and on your floors. You literally just use water!!! The water heats up so hot that it kills and sanitizes all the germs! I love how easy it is to set up and use this Steam mop. You just add water, attach two pads, plug it in, and clean. I highly recommend this product! My floors look and feel amazing on my feet!"

Three levels of steam power allow you to adjust from light to heavy duty. Plus it's safe on hardwood, tile, stone and other sealed floors.

So grab this deal before the sale ends and that summer gunk gets embedded for good. Now you can be barefoot and fancy free!

HSN

Shark Steam & Scrub Steam Mop

$170$180Save $10
$170 at HSN

This super scrubber rotates150 times per minute and uses steam to sanitize and make your surfaces shine.

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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