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Compare Shark SK460 vs S3601 Difference

There are some notable differences between Shark PRO Steam & Spray SK460 and Shark Professional Steam Pocket Mop S3601.

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Tank Capacity
The S3601 water tank holds 500ml versus 450ml on the SK460.

Power
The S3601 is 1550 watts versus 1050 watts on the SK460.

Steam Control
Both of them use Intelligent Steam Control with 3 settings Dust(S3601)/ SaniFiber disposable pad, Mop, and Scrub.
However, the steam control button location is different. The S3601 has the control near the top of the steam mop body whereas the SK460 has it on the handle for more convenient reach.

Mop Heads and Pads
The head and pads on S3601 support two-sided cleaning which allow you to double the cleaning area by flipping over the steam head without changing pads. Whereas the SK460 does not provide two-sided cleaning.
The S3601 can use rectangle mop head, triangle head, and even a carpet glider whereas the SK460 does not have optional heads.
The SK460 comes with washable pads and disposable pads whereas the S3601 uses only washable pads.

Cleaning Solution
Both of them have a water tank and you can only fill the tank with water only. However, the SK460 has additional bottle to hold cleaner. You can press the Spray Button to apply solution onto the floor that is to be cleaned. This allows you to combine steam and cleanser to clean those tough greasy stuck-on messes.

Cleaning Modes
The SK460 offers 3 modes of cleaning – Spray Only, Steam Only, and Spray & Steam.
Whereas the S3601 only has steam only mode.

Power Cord
The SK460 has a removable power cord, you can use the steam mop to do spray only cleaning without the cord. But you cannot steam cordless, it does not come with rechargeable battery to run the mop.
Whereas the S3601 has a built in cord.

Download manuals to learn more.
S3601 Manual – http://www.sharkclean.com/include/pdf/manual-S3601.pdf
SK460 Manual – http://www.sharkclean.com/include/pdf/manual-SK460.pdf

Compare Shark SK460 vs SK435CO Difference

Both of the Shark SK460 and SK435CO are Pro Steam & Spray models, they are similar, such as having 3 cleaning modes, removable cable and 450ml water tank. However, they are not exactly the same.
Below we will discuss the major difference between them – Steam Control.

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The SK460 features Intelligent Electronic Steam Control whereas the SK435CO features One Touch Electronic Steam Control.
The Intelligent Electronic Steam Control allows you to choose from 3 distinct steam settings for different hard floor cleaning needs.
Whereas the One Touch Electronic Steam Control does not have options to select, you just press the Steam Control button to start the steam mop, and “it gives you the perfect amount of steam for all of your cleaning tasks.”

Apart from the steam control, they are almost the same.
You can use them to Spray only, Steam only, or Spray and Steam.
They come with Shark Hard Floor Cleanser, disposable SaniFiber pads, washable multilayer pad, and AA batteries.
They have battery powered Steam Energized Cleanser Spray that allows for cordless spraying.
The Removable power cord does NOT mean that these steam mops are rechargeable or can steam cordless. They can just go cordless when in spray only cleaning mode, they do not use rechargeable batteries, the 4 AA batteries are used to power the Steam Energized Cleanser Spray.

You can read manuals to learn more.
Shark SK460 Manual – http://www.sharkclean.com/include/pdf/manual-SK460.pdf
Shark SK435 Manual – http://www.sharkclean.com/include/pdf/manual-SK435CO.pdf

Compare Shark SS460WM vs SS460D vs SK460 Difference

Shark PRO Steam & Spray and Steam & Spray PRO, do the names confuse you? Are they the same thing?

Both of them have a detachable cable; feature swivel steering; can Spray Only, Steam Only, or Spray and Steam at the same time; can go cordless to Spray Only. However, they are not identical.

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The PRO Steam & Spray SK460 has only 1 head,
it uses Intelligent Electronic Steam Control that offers 3 steam level options. You can press the control button to select one that suits your cleaning needs best.
its water tank holds 450ml is located at the back of the main body, you fill it with the filling flask.

The Steam & Spray PRO SS460WM and SS460D (same unit except for the color and included accessories) come with 2 interchangeable heads, one Steam & Spray Head and one Spray-Only Mop Head.
they use Automatic Electronic Steam Control which claimed to provide the perfect amount of steam leaving floors sanitized with little residue, they do not have steam modes to select manually.
the water tank holds 355ml is located at the Steam & Spray Head, this allows you to detach the steam head to fill the tank at the sink or fill it with the filling flask.

The SK460 has a longer power cord than the SS460.

Read manuals to learn more.
Shark SK460 Manual – http://www.sharkclean.com/include/pdf/manual-SK460.pdf
Shark SS460 Manual – http://www.sharkclean.com/include/pdf/manual-SS460.pdf

Compare Shark Steamer SK410 vs SK460 Difference


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These Shark Steamers provide 3 cleaning modes – Steam Only, Spray Only, or Steam and Spray.
The Pro Shark Steam & Spray SK460 steam control is different from the original version SK410.
The SK460 features Shark Intelligent Electronic Steam Control which has 3 distinct steam settings, each of them is designed for different cleaning needs. With the Intelligent Electronic Steam Control, you can push a button to select between the 3 levels of steaming – SaniFiber disposable pad, MOP, and SCRUB.
Whereas the SK410 uses manual steam control, user has to pump the handle manually to get steam, this lets the user control the amount of steam needed, they call it Steam on Demand. This is the key difference between these 2 Shark steamers.

The other difference between Shark Steam & Spray SK410 and Shark PRO Steam & Spray SK460 is the Water Tank Capacity.
The Pro version has a larger water tank.
The original SK410 holds 350ml whereas the Pro SK460 holds 450ml.

Otherwise, they are the same.
Both of them have a removable power cord and integrated cleanser spray.

P.S.
The SK410L and SK410W are almost the same as the SK410, the difference is the color and accessories they come with.
The included tools and accessories may vary depends on where you buy them.

You can read manuals to learn more.
Shark SK410 Manual – http://www.sharkclean.com/include/pdf/manual-SK410.pdf
Shark SK460 Manual – http://www.sharkclean.com/include/pdf/manual-SK460.pdf

Compare Shark S3251 vs S3601 Difference

The difference between Shark Light and Easy Steam Mop S3251 and S3601 Professional Steam Pocket Mop are as follows.

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1, Steam Setting
The S3601 has 3 steam settings – Dust, Mop, and Scrub, they are designed from light cleaning delicate hard floors to scrubbing tough, stuck-on messes on hard surfaces.
Whereas the S3251 has no steam settings. To get steam out, you have to pump the handle.

2, Steamer Head and Pads
The head on S3601 can be flipped over, and it uses double-sided reusable micro-fiber pads. These can double the cleaning area of the steamer without changing pads. Whereas the S3251 head does not flip over for 2 sided cleaning.
The S3601 mop head is easily detached from the mop body by pressing a release button. This allows you to quickly switching between mop heads such as the rectangular mop head and triangular mop head.
While the S3251 seems to have to use a screw driver to detach the head.

3, Tank Capacity
The S3601 has 2X tank capacity.
The S3251 holds up to 250 ml (8 oz.) versus 500ml (16.9 oz.) on the S3601.

4, Handle
The S3251 has a telescopic handle that can be adjusted to fit user height whereas the S3601 handle is not telescopic.

P.S.
Download user guides
Shark S3501 Manual – http://www.sharkclean.com/include/pdf/manual-S3601.pdf
Shark S3101 Manual – http://www.sharkclean.com/include/pdf/manual-S3251.pdf