Steam Mop Select
Provides superior hard floor cleaning and saves time
Give your sealed hard floors a serious clean without hauling out the mop and bucket. Sanitize your floors with your BISSELL Steam Mop Select which eliminates 99.9% of germs and bacteria for a barefoot clean floor.* The lightweight and maneuverable BISSELL Steam Mop Select is easy to use and the triangular steam mop head gets into hard-to-reach areas.
*when used as directed
Ease of use
Lightweight and maneuverable cleans and sanitizes your hard floors all around the home.
The Steam on demand feature provides instant steam where and when you want it for concentrated cleaning performance.
Triangle steam mop head easily moves under and around furniture to clean tight hard-to-reach areas.
Removable water tank for easier filling.
|Surface||Sealed Hard Floors|
|Color||White & Red|
|Steam Run time||15 minutes|
|Ready to Use in||30 seconds|
|Heater type||Flash Heating System|
|Water Tank Capacity||0.50 l|
|Removable Water Tank||Yes|
|Steam on Demand Trigger||Yes|
|Mop Pads||2 x Mop Pads (1 x delicate / 1 x scrubby pad)|
|Mop Pad Composition||White/Grey - Polyester 58%, Polypropylene 42% White - Polyester 86%, Polypropylene 14%|
|Cord Length||5.5 m|
|Easy Swivel Foot||Yes|
|Foot Type||Triangular Head|
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Frequently Asked Questions
The filter changes from a green and white speckled appearance to a solid block of blue color to indicate when it is time for a replacement. The filter should also be replaced if it appears to be cracked.
The Steam Mop is ready to clean in approximately 30 seconds. When the indicator light on the front of the unit comes on, you're ready to clean. During the first use however, it may take a little longer to begin steaming, as the water needs to flow through the filter to the heater. This delay will only occur during the initial use or when using a new filter.
By holding the Steam Mop in place for 15-20 seconds, you can sanitize your floors by killing germs such as E. coli and salmonella when used as directed.
The knocking noise is the normal sound of the pump trying to pull water through the machine. It will happen on the 1st use, each time the unit runs out of water, and if it sits for an extended period of time, allowing the water to evaporate or if they are using a new filter.
If this is the first use of your machine, hold the trigger down until the noise goes away for up to 1 ½ minutes…
If this is NOT the first use of the machine, then water is not able to get through. Ensure there is water in the tank and that the filter is seated properly with no gaps.
If the unit sat for an extended period of time, hold the trigger down for 30 seconds as this should resolve the issue.