Start the new year right and do some much needed holiday post cleaning with Black and Decker’s SM1620 Steam Mop with Smart Select Technology that’s been highly discounted since it’s Amazon’s Deal of the Day. Regularly listed for $118, grab one today for only $44.99! You’re saving $73.01 or (62%) on one heavy duty mop.

Anything but your typical mop, the Black and Decker’s SM1620 Steam Mop introduces Smart Select technology that makes sure every cleaning is thorough, but still delicate, on all hard floors, including tile, vinyl, stone, marble, hardwoods and laminate.

It’s easy to use, too! Just select your floor type on the Smart Select dial and the steam mop automatically releases the right amount of steam for the perfect clean. By using this advanced mop, you’ll be cleaning dirt you can see and killing germs you can’t, including 99.9% of bacteria and dust mites. The steam does all the work for you, while the microfiber pad traps dust and dirt. The steam mop uses regular tap water to provide a deep down clean throughout your household–no need to worry about harsh chemicals, fumes or residue. The included microfiber cleaning pads effortlessly glide across the floor to lock in dirt and grime. Once you try out this steam mop, you’ll never want to go back to cleaning floors with a regular mop and bucket.

The steam mop’s low profile design is great for cleaning under furniture without having to move it and it also features a specially engineered swivel steering allows you to easily maneuvers around furniture and into corners, making it simple to clean hard-to-reach places. Another great feature is that the cleaning pads are washable and reusable to reduce waste and save you money!

The product includes a steam mop; 25-foot power cord; two washable/reusable microfiber cleaning pads; resting/storage mat; water club; and a two year warranty.



Kristie Bertucci

 
Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.