Friday, January 11, 2013

Kalorik Steam Mop Review and Giveaway Ends 1-26-13

I recently had the pleasure of working with Kalorik and do a review of their Kalorik Steam Mop. This couldn't have came at a better time. I'm in the "New Year, New You" mode right now and there are lots of things I want to change. Harsh Chemical use is one of those things. The Kalorik Steam Mop works off of ordinary tap water! No detergents, soaps or chemicals needed!




You can use the Kalorik Steam Mop to clean linoleum, ceramic tile, stone, marble, carpet, sealed hardwood, parquet and more! It's also very light weight and easy to use!


I spoke with Kalorik via email on a Wednesday morning, and less than 48 hours my product arrived via FedEx! Two Thumbs Up! Upon arrival, it took all of 10 minutes to have it open, put together, and ready to use. It came with 2 small screws to attach the base to the actual cleaner, throw a microfiber pad on the base and we were ready to steam!

I have hardwood flooring in my entire house so floor care is not something that gets done as often as it should simply because it is a daunting task! Once I plugged in the steamer and got to work, I couldn't put it down. My floors looked and felt so clean and they definitely passed my "bare feet" test after being steamed. I adore this machine! I now wonder how in the world I have ever lived without one!

I am 110% satisfied with the Kalorik Steam Mop! I highly recommend this to anyone! Especially those households like mine where there are lots of animals, and teenage boys running in and out non stop. Those muddy boot prints don't stand a chance now!

The Kalorik Steam Cleaner also comes with a carpet glider attachment, so no more hiring a high dollar company to steam your carpets! You can do it all with Kalorik! I have used the glider attachment to steam my couch, my mattresses, and anything else that doesn't run when I come near it!

Kalorik has agreed to give one lucky reader a chance to win a Kalorik Steam Mop of their very own!! Enter on the Rafflecopter form below! Good Luck to you all!

Giveaway Begins 1-12-13 @ 12:00 am and will end 1-26-13 @ 12:00 am


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I received no compensation for this publication. I did however receive the above mentioned product for free for review purposes only. My opinions are those of my own and may differ from those of your own. Down South Savings is not responsible for sponsor prize fulfillment.





46 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing this! I've been looking for a steam mop but didn't know which one would be better for our floors. I'm going to check them out!

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  2. This would be a dream, I live in an apartment and never feel like I can get the floors clean enough. And with a very active toddler I could make sure things were really clean and sanitized without chemicals. Thanks!

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  3. This would be a dream, I live in an apartment and never feel like I can get the floors clean enough. And with a very active toddler I could make sure things were really clean and sanitized without chemicals. Thanks!

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  4. This steam mop would do wonders on my floors...specially in the boys' bathroom!

    Sofia

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  5. what a wonderful review. Thank you for sharing..

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  6. I definitely could use one in my Kitchen~~I spent 12 Days in Hospital & Then had to have 4 units of blood after 6 hrs of Surgery. My floors really need this:)I know it would be very welcomed here:)HAGD

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  7. I did not want to be anonymous~~My FB name is Nanetta Graves.Tnx

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  8. We are just moving into a new home with hardwood floors and kitchen tile--I think I'd start everywhere :)
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  9. I would probably go crazy cleaning starting with the living room & nursery. I hate when my preemie twins crawl off their blankets onto the floor

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  10. michelle gilliiland mcafeeJanuary 11, 2013 at 7:20 PM

    I'd start with the kitchen and bathroom...

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  11. Ugh! My kitchen, it's disgusting!Jamie R.

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  12. I'd do the main bath first because the boys use it.

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  13. I would definitely use this on my tile floors (entry way, bathrooms, etc).

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  14. I would start in the bathroom, then work my way down the hall into the kitchen.

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  15. I would use this in my bathrooms! Thanks for offering this great contest:)

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  16. Definitely my kitchen. I can never seem to get it clean in there.

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  17. I'd start with the bathroom since it's the smallest room; that way I can see the results right away :)

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  18. My kitchen! I have so wanted to try one of theses!

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  19. Start with my tile in my kitchen, then work through the hardwood throughout my house then finish by doing the tile in my 3 bathrooms! Lots of work!

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  20. My kitchen floor. It's always a mess!

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  21. I would tackle my dining room floor first.

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  22. I would tackle my master bathroom first which is getting icky from my accidental overspray of hairspray. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  23. Hitting the Kitchen first, behind the stove and pulling out the fridge too!! The going to the dining room, living room and the hall, and ending up in the bathroom. I wouldn't stop lol!!

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  24. My kitchen!!!! Followed by the whole house!

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  25. My kitchen would be its first victim. :)

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