Care and Maintenance
AFTER USE AND STORAGE
When you have finished using the Shark
Steam & Spray
Mop, turn the steam locking
collar to the "Spray Only" position. This stops
the unit from steaming. Unplug the cord from the
electrical outlet and remove the Cleaning Pad
from the unit.
Empty the water tank before storage. Remove the
water tank cap and empty the tank over a sink.
Replace the water cap. (Fig. 15)
Store the Shark
Steam & Spray
upright position without the Cleaning Pad on the
unit and away from children or high traffic areas.
Wrap the power cord around the cord holders
when not in use. (Fig. 16)
CARE FOR YOUR WASHABLE CLEANING PAD
We recommend washing your Cleaning Pad
separately from other fabrics to avoid picking up
lint. Only use liquid detergent (no powder
detergent). Do not use any fabric softeners
or bleach. Line dry or dry on a low dryer
NOTE: We recommend replacing the cleaning
pad after 20 washes.
If there are loose threads on
the cleaning pad, carefully cut
the thread with scissors. Do
not pull on them or cut at the
Mop in the
CLEANING THE SPRAY NOZZLE:
If the spray nozzle becomes clogged, you can
clean it by removing it from the mop head. To
remove it, place a flat screwdriver underneath the
nozzle and lift up. The nozzle will pop off. Run the
spray nozzle under warm water to clean it out.
Reinsert the spray nozzle by lining up its grooves
with the inside of the nozzle hole. Push it in until
it snaps into place. (Fig. 17)
DECALCIFYING YOUR STEAM MOP
Calcium and mineral deposits can build up and
impact the performance of your steam mop
over time. To extend the life of your product we
recommend that you use distilled water or Shark
Water Filtration Bottle.
Visit www.SharkClean.com to order.
Ordering Replacement Parts
To order additional parts and accessories, feel free to
contact us at www.sharkclean.com or call
NOTE: Some parts may be available at your local
retailer. Contact customer service for any other
1 Washable Cleaning Pad
Disposable Cleaning Pads
3 Steam Energized
4 Removable Power Cord