HOW TO US E
This product is for household use only.
G ET T I N G STA RTE D
Remove all labels, tags and stickers attached to the body, or cord of the
steamer and the plastic band around the power plug.
Remove and save literature.
Read all the instructions before using your steamer.
IM P O RTA NT NOTES
Using distilled, purified, or filtered water is highly recommended to
maintain optimal performance. Tap water contains minerals that build up
Any water droplets visible inside the tank are from individual quality
control tests done to ensure every steamer meets our high standards for
Do not use perfumes, oils, or other additives.
Always review the garment manufacturer's care label instructions before
steaming, and always test fabrics for colorfastness in inconspicuous
areas (such as an inseam). Steamers are not recommended for use on
leather, suede, vinyl, plastic, or other steam sensitive fabrics.
The steamer becomes hot during use.
It is normal to feel or hear the water pump in the handle.
The water pump may become louder when the water level in the tank is
low. Check and refill tank, as needed.
FIL L I N G T HE WATER TANK
Place the steamer on its base on a stable surface.
Hold the handle to stabilize while pressing the tank
lock upward and pulling away the removable water
tank with the other hand. (A)
Gently pull out the rubber water tank cover at the top
of the tank. (B)
Tip: Using distilled, purified, or filtered water is highly
recommended and will reduce mineral buildup. Do not use
oils, perfumes, or scented additives.
Using a clean measuring cup, pour water into opening
until water reaches the "MAX" level mark on the top
of the tank. (C) Do not overfill. Close the rubber cover
Dry off any excess water from the tank. While pressing
the tank lock upward, push water tank back into the
steamer base until it clicks into place.
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