Clean dried-on, sticky spots with less efforts and time
Give hard sealed floors a shiny, sanitized clean with the variable, digital steam control. Armed with the handy, flip-down Easy Scrubber; you can thoroughly clean tough messes and even grout. Now clean, sanitized floors are a simple steam away.
Ease of use
Sanitize floors with the BISSELL PowerFresh Steam Mop, which eliminates 99.9% of germs and bacteria when used as directed.
Electronic variable steam control to automatically control the steam output to suit different surfaces around the home.
The Steam on demand feature provides instant steam where and when you want it for concentrated cleaning performance.
Removable water tank for easier filling at the tap as well as on-board filtration to remove impurities from any tap water.
Shine floors while you clean sticky, dried-on spots with the built-in scrubbing brush that drops down to easily scrub and remove stubborn messes.
Add scent to your cleaning with included Spring Breeze Fragrance Discs that fit into a unique pocket in the Microfiber cleaning pads.
Large and highly flexible oblong floor cleaning head for quicker and faster cleaning of larger floor surfaces.
|Color||White & Red|
|Surface||Sealed Hard Floors, Low Pile Carpets, Area Rugs|
|Steam Run time||12 minutes|
|Ready to Use in||30 seconds|
|Variable Steam||Yes - electronic panel on front of unit|
|Heater type||Flash Heating System|
|Water Tank Capacity||0.33 l|
|Removable Water Tank||Yes|
|Steam Filter||Yes - replaceable|
|Steam on Demand Trigger||Yes|
|Mop Pads||2 x Mop Pads (1 x delicate / 1 x scrubby pad)|
|Mop Pad Composition||White/Grey - Polyester 65%, Polypropylene 14%, Polyamide 21% White - Polyester 86%, Polypropylene 14%|
|Scented Refresher Discs||Yes - 2x|
|Cord Length||7.0 m|
|Easy Swivel Foot||Yes|
|Foot Type||Extra Large Oblong Design|
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Frequently Asked Questions
Your new Steam Mop doesn’t have a power button. The mop will turn on once it’s plugged in and will stay on until it’s unplugged. Use the Steam Level button to choose which level of steam you’d like to use. The Steam Level indicator light will blink blue upon turning on and stay a solid blue once the mop is ready to steam.
If you let the machine linger a second or two too long, it can leave a milky spot or streak on waxed floors. This can be removed with vinegar and water.
- Always be sure to thoroughly sweep or vacuum the floor prior to using your mop. This is necessary to remove any loose debris.
- Check what kind of flooring you have. The PowerFresh® Steam Mop is great to use on tile, vinyl, linoleum, marble, stone, and sealed hardwood floors. Your mop is not for use on unsealed hardwood flooring.
- Have you ever put anything other than water in the water tank? Water is the only thing that can go in the water tank. Anything else, like vinegar, may cause streaks but also may permanently damage your mop.
- If you’ve never put anything besides water in the tank, try using a damp towel to remove the streaks.
- Now take a look at the micro-fiber pad. If it has an odd-looking substance on it, this most likely has come from the flooring.
- If you can remove the streaks with the towel or the micro-fiber pad has an odd substance, the streaking is likely being caused by a floor polish or wax. Using your mop on waxed floors may decrease its glossiness.
- If you don’t wax or polish your floors, you should check the care instructions from your flooring manufacturer.
If you’re able to remove the streaks, wash the pads with a mild detergent in your washing machine. Don’t add fabric softener or bleach.
Careful! Your mop will become warm to the touch after it has been used for a few minutes, especially the base and other lower areas (the handle is fine). There’s a warning panel on the back of the mop as a reminder.
1) First, check the water tank and make sure it’s pushed securely into the mop.
2) Next, take a look at the cap and make sure it’s not cracked.
3) Check that the rubber gasket at the tip of the cap is still attached to the cap. Are you using anything in addition to water in the tank? Vinegar will cause deformity of the gasket. Other solutions may cause breakdown of the gasket and/or other parts of the machine. Please be sure that you putonly water in the tank. Do not use vinegar or any other solution in the tank.
4) Check that the x-valve (located inside the mouth of the cap) is working properly. Push up on the valve over the sink to ensure that the water releases out of the tank. If there is an issue, the cap assembly will need to be replaced.