SteamMachine Plus Multi-Purpose Steam Mop from HomeRight

The SteamMachine Plus

The SteamMachine Plus Multi-Purpose Steam Mop from HomeRight is ideal for quick, daily, chemical-free cleaning. This multi-purpose steam mop heats up quickly and is great for quick daily floor cleaning.  The 205 degree temperature steam at nozzle kills 99.9 percent of germs and bacteria including e-coli, salmonella, and staph. The handle folds down for easy storage and also features on-demand steam trigger on handle, plus a cord wrap on the handle.

Included Pieces:

  • Detachable Steamer
  • Steamer Frame
  • Mop Head
  • Carpet Glider
  • (2) Microfiber Mop Pads
  • Squeegee/Fabric Steamer
  • Cotton Bonnet for Squeegee/Fabric Steamer
  • Small Nylon Brush
  • Large Nylon Brush
  • Angled Jet Nozzle
  • Grout Brush
  • Scraper
  • Straight Adaptor
  • Measuring Cup



The SteamMachine Plus features a detachable hand-held steamer which is great for getting into small spaces like behind the toilet and are great for cleaning counter tops, stovetops, inside microwaves, outdoor grills and more.  Just add one of the attachments to steam, scrub or scrape away grime.  I like that it kills all the bacteria that could be on my countertops where we eat !


The floor mop and pad features a swivel triangular mop head for added maneuverability.  I like that you can use this on carpet or hard surfaces such as laminate, hardwood, tile, stone, vinyl and linoleum.  You will just need to add or remove the carpet glider attachment.


This would be the perfect floor cleaner for those that have young kids that sit or play on the ground.  And we all know how much food gets dropped and eaten by little ones so knowing all the germs have been killed by this steamer gives you peace of mind.

You can get the Home Right SteamMachine Plus for $124.99 from HERE

Disclosure: I was given the products featured in this post to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% mine and not influenced in any way.


  1. Is there any spillage when you turn the tank upside down? I’m asking because this a problem that I’ve experienced a lot with handheld steamers.

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