I have a huge area of tile floor, so when I started looking for a tile floor steamer, I really did my homework. I also asked friends who have tired a variety of floor steamers and this is what I have come up with. I will go over a few of the best names that offer good steamers, then let you know which steamers we have determined to be the best and why.


This is a great steamer, and one of my top choices. Here are some of the great features which have sold me on this model.

  • Has a tall and removable handle, which allows you to use your steamer to sanitize and clean your counter-tops and shower
  • Swivel head, making it easy to get around objects
  • They have a great and long reputation
  • Very convenient, long cord
  • The water tank is on the bottom, making the weight on the floor, less scrubbing
  • You don't have to keep your finger on a "push trigger", this is a continuous steamer
  • The steam vents on on the sides, no just one in the middle
  • The waffle pads and very thick and hold plenty of gunk
  • The steam heats to 220 degrees, and heats in 3 minutes
  • Dries very quickly
  • A Favorite
Monster Floor EZ1 Steam Mop
  • Steam comes out of the bottom, and there is a trigger that will shoot the steam out the front to prepare the extra dry messes
  • 30 minutes of steam cleaning before replacing the water
  • Great Velcro pad system, all you need to do is set the steamer down on the pad, and it is attached
  • It has the ability to adjust the steam from minimum to maximum
  • Heats water up to 260 degrees F, sanitizing your floor
  • Great for tile floors as well as wood
  • Very little scrubbing when using this tile floor steamer
  • Great feature is the steam only comes out when you lower the handle, nothing to press or hold down
  • Does not have a swivel head, this is the only drawback
Shark Steam Mop
  • This steam mop does have a long cord which is a plus
  • Steam heats up quickly, but only to about 110 degrees
  • Easy to use
  • Do not like the handle, it seems very flimsy, as well as the tank, both break easily
  • Swivel head does not swivel like I think it should
  • Not my favorite
Bissell Steam Mop - Green Tea
  • Has a great 360 degree swivel mop head
  • Features an internal water filter, so you can use your tap water
  • Water dries quickly
  • Easy to use, then toss the mop head in the wash, comes with 2
  • Very quiet to run
  • Cord is too short, will need an extension cord with this one
  • Handle is short if you are a taller person, just right for us short people
  • Water does not get hot enough to disinfect
  • Steam only comes out one hole in the center
  • Not a favorite
HAAN Steam Mop
  • This has 15 powerful jets for the steam, which covers more of your floor in a shorter amount of time
  • Features the Microfiber pads, which are easier on your floor
  • There is a light that will let you know when the tank needs to be refilled
  • Can be used with the Deluxe Sanitizing Tray that clips on, for sanitizing carpet, furniture, and bedding
  • Heats steam to 212 degrees
  • Lightweight
  • Has some very handy attachments
  • Great choice
The winners for the best tile floor steamer are the Enviro Steamer and the Monster, the Monster being a bit heavier is the only drawback. Now you get to choose what is best for you.