This specialized edging tool can be used to clean hard floors for up to 20 minutes on a single charge
System with dual tank Fresh water and detergent are first applied to the rollers, while dirty water and soiled water are removed from the back of the rollers
In order to give floors a deep clean and a brilliant shine, microfiber rollers are constantly in contact with them.
Cleaning hard floors has never been easier with this lightweight, cordless solution
Edge, corner, baseboard, molding, and cabinet cleaning is perfect thanks to its ultra-fine particles
The power output of this device is
Questions & Answers
Can you tell me how long it takes the battery to charge?
We appreciate you taking the time to reach out with your question, Bud! The time to fully recharge the battery ranges from 4 to 8 hours when the battery is fully depleted. Please accept my sincere thanks for your time! A Customer Care representative named Karl
Charging the charger with a 120-volt device The voltage is 240 volts and the frequency is 50/60 Hz. ?
I appreciate you getting in touch with me about your question Mitchell. Lithium batteries are being used in this situation It runs off a battery powered system and can also run on any electrical grid from 100 volts to 240 volts The voltage is 240V and the frequency is 50Hz The battery can be charged at 60Hz and the battery still remains charged. cord is designed to charge/plug using the standard 120V and 60Hz AC outlets in the US. We provide a USB charging cord with a Type A plug on it, so if you wish to use it with a Type B (or other type) plug, a converter will need to be purchased. Please accept my sincere thanks for your time! A Customer Care representative named Karl
Can you tell me how loud it is (in decibels) when it is rumbling?
My guess is that it depends. My attitude towards it is unbothered by it.
The product can be used on laminate floors, right?
I'm from Karcher, and I wanted to thank you for contacting me. You guessed it! It is possible to deep clean all sealed hard floor types, including laminate floors, with the FC 3. Having a good cleaning is an important part of customer care, Karl
Selected User Reviews For Karcher FC 3 Cordless Hard floor cleaner, Yellow
I find this product to work great on hardwood, I am not so fortunate on tile with grout
There's nothing though you can do to clean my floors with my old shark steam mop because it doesn't get hot enough to get clean. I've had it for years now and it pretty much just moves around the dirt on my floors. The steam mop needs to be replaced with a new one now that I've been meaning to do so for quite some time. However, I then came across this Karcher FC3 cordless hard floor mop, and this caught my attention. This was a brand I was unfamiliar with as well as something I had never seen before, so I felt it would be worth a try. Several pieces had to be clicked together in order to set it up, and plugging it into a charger was the only setup required. Setting it up is extremely simple. A mop cleaner that is newly purchased gets to work almost on its own, as if it is a brand new vacuum that takes itself off, so does this mop. Currently, I have tile and grout in my kitchen, but I have hard floors in the rest of my house. As far as the kitchen is concerned, it did a reasonable job. While it does clean, I recall the shark did a better job of getting into the crevices of the grout and cleaning that as well when it was brand new. Although it only did a poor job in one room of my house, it did a good job in all the other rooms. Toward the middle of the ride, I had to recharge the battery. I used the hose for about 20 minutes before it needed a charge so I could finish the rest of my house.
The water was dirty when I emptied it, and I had to empty it twice before I was finished. For kicks and giggles, I walked through the kitchen again to see if the water was still filthy on freshly-cleaned floors, and sure enough, I love it. For the most part, I really like this. I enjoy that it's cordless, though I do wish there was a strong enough battery to clean the whole house instead of just the kitchen. As for emptying out dirty water, I am not a fan of how it opens however, it is easily cleaned out that part of the unit. I also find it very awkward to put the cleaner in since you have to hold it down for a long time, then put the cleaner in with the other hand, which is very awkward. I'm sure I'll get it eventually though. Having said that, it did a great job on hardwood floors, but not so well on tile and grout in my kitchen. Nonetheless, most machines used to mop like this are awful at cleaning grout, so I didn't have any surprises. overall, I'm happy with how it turned out!.
| Apr 02, 2021
The battery life is short, the noise is too loud
Please note that This is one thing I wouldn't buy again if given a second chance. The "easy" charge within the clean/dirty water compartment was very appealing to me. Okay, let's be real, I'm going to sell this on marketplace at a major loss after only using it once. In terms of the noise department, this is obnoxious. I am not happy with the battery life. I was unable to finish my kitchen floor since the battery was charged overnight. A terrible job is done on the grout with this product. In the sense that it doesn't even clean the floor, but You can try cleaning underneath the kickboard, but it's a little tricky since it has to be fitted in a specific way or can be problematic. Does not fit in the same spaces as a Swiffer, but a regular mop does, so you will have to dirty different equipment to perform that task, so double the supplies will be I've never seen this holder before. There is no way to improve the battery life! In spite of the fact that it's supposed to be more convenient than a mop and bucket system, this is a big bother. I will opt to keep using my mop and two bucket system, which is quieter, cleaner, and takes a little longer In the end, it is not worth the time, money, or effort. The lesson that I learned was very costly! - (Video shows how loud it is and that it cannot even finish my floor on a FULL charge. ).
| Sep 26, 2020
I would say it performs pretty well
At this point, we have only vacuumed the wood flooring in our house, which has a significant amount of bare wood on it. I wanted to find something more effective than the Swifter, so was intrigued by the Karcher though unsure of what to expect. It sounded good and didn't seem as expensive as I had hoped if it performed, and after using it for the first time I was Exactly as it was promised, it's easy to use and comes with the following features Even though it is lightweight, it is well built. I like that I don't have to constantly change cleaning pads, and I also find that it's There are no puddles or excess fluid recorded as a result of the fluid being distributed evenly through the rollers. Pros and cons are as follows Only holds 200 watts of battery power, and the washer fluid and waste-water receptacle last for 200 watts The rollers allow you to clean about 300 square feet before they have to be recharged, refilled, and emptied (although the good news is that it's easy to do all three), and they brush, not scrub, the floor so marks don't come up easily. Despite that, the tool's usefulness makes it a worthwhile tool and investment, in the long run.
| Oct 12, 2020
As of right now, everything seems to be going well! The first few days are going well
The record player has been with me for a couple of weeks now and I am quite The fact that my floors are easy to keep clean has made it easier for me to keep them clean having two dogs that track dirt in all the time. I am reminded of old-fashioned paint rollers with the roller heads. It picks up more dirt than I expected, and I am pleasantly surprised with how well they clean. If there is a lot of pet hair or big debris, you will still need to sweep ahead of time. In one charge, the battery can easily cover the main living areas of my house - the unit is relatively quiet, and the battery lasts a long time. I think it will take about 20 to 30 minutes. After sweeping and bucketing for so long, I'm glad to have them done.
| Mar 09, 2021
The system worked well as long as certain caveats were met
As far as the mop/vacuum is concerned, it does work very well, with a few caveats, hence the four stars. It did pick up a lot of dirt and clean my tiles thoroughly. My phone was completely charged in less than an hour, but I have no idea if it was completely depleted of batteries it may take more time if it is out of power. My caveats are as follows As well, very few reservoirs are available for both the cleaning solution and for the pick up of dirty water. There is a lot of mess involved when emptying dirty water. The time of Covid is the perfect time for gloves. I believe you should squeeze out the rollers and then scrub them with water or put them in the washing machine. I'm not sure if it recommends using a This is a step that I have not yet taken.
| Aug 08, 2020