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Safety of Shark Steam Mop on Stone Floors

Q. Can I use a [Shark Steam Mop] to safely clean my new granite & marble fllors?

A. Yes, you should not have any problem with the Shark Steam Mop. Just make sure there is no metal or plastic touching the stone since it could scratch.

Dr. Fred
Chief Technical Director
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