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  • Page 2

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  • Page 3

    Warranty/Parts/Service

    Thank You

    THANE DIRECT USA - 1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

    Congratulations on your choice of the H2O Mop®
    Steamer; a more compact and lighter steam cleaner
    that easily converts from a floor mop and carpet
    cleaner into a powerful hand-held steamer.
    The H2O Mop® Steamer offers a new way
    of cleaning that is effective and far more hygienic
    than conventional methods. The H2O Mop®
    Steamer increases cleaning power by converting
    water to steam and using a microfiber cloth to
    enhance absorbency. Dirt and grime can be
    eliminated in a matter of seconds. Cleaning with
    the H2O Mop® Steamer is environmentally friendly,
    as it uses active steam power without the use
    or detergents. Regular steam cleaning can also
    help deal with dust mites and some types of
    bacteria, fungus and mildew.
    It is essential that you read this entire manual
    completely before using your H2O Mop® Steamer.
    Doing so helps ensure proper and safe usage which
    should also improve your overall cleaning results.
    Thanks again for trusting the H2O Mop® brand.

    The product you have purchased from Thane Direct USA is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service to the original purchaser for one (1) Year from date of original purchase
    (“Warranty Period”). Should the product prove defective during the Warranty Period, you must email or call
    our Customer Service Department at warranty@ecustomerresponse.com or (719) 948-1584. Do not return
    the defective part or unit unless instructed to do so after contacting us. Under this limited warranty, Thane
    Direct USA will replace any parts found to be defective due to a manufacturer’s defect. A shipping and processing charge will apply to any replacement undertaken by Thane Direct USA. This limited warranty is not
    transferable, extends only to personal use and does not apply to use of any product in a manner for which
    it was not designed or intended, or in a manner inconsistent with directions in the user’s manual or other
    instructions supplied with the product. After the expiration of this limited warranty, the cost of replacement
    parts will be the responsibility of the original purchaser.
    EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN THIS WARRANTY AND TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, IN NO EVENT SHALL
    THANE DIRECT USA OR ITS AFFILIATED COMPANIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR
    CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE, MISUSE, INABILITY TO
    USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT, OR ANY PRODUCT DEFECT, INCLUDING ANY ECONOMIC LOSS,
    PROPERTY DAMAGE, LOST PROFITS, LOSS OF ENJOYMENT OR USE, COSTS OF INSTALLATION OR REMOVAL,
    OR OTHER CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF WHATEVER NATURE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. ACCORDINGLY, THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
    TTO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY GRANTED BY
    THANE DIRECT USA AND SHALL BE IN LIEU OF AND EXCLUSIVE OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS
    OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
    PARTICULAR PURPOSE, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL
    RIGHTS. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
    THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE FOLLOWING:
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.

    Accident, misuse, abuse or neglect.
    Improper or inadequate assembly or maintenance.
    Unauthorized modification or commercial use.
    Improper packaging in return transit.
    Normal wear and tear.
    Unsupervised use by children under 18 years of age.

    TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE: The original purchaser should contact our customer care representatives via
    e-mail at warranty@ecustomerresponse.com or by phone at (719) 948-1584. Depending on the extent of the
    service required, the original purchaser shall have the obligation and responsibility to:
    • Pay for all service and parts not covered by this limited warranty; and
    • Pay the applicable shipping and processing fee as specified by our customer care representatives.
    • If you are instructed to return the product: (a) carefully package the product using adequate padding
    material to prevent damage during transit--the original packaging is ideal for this purpose; (b) include your
    proof of purchase, which includes the date of purchase; and (c) send to the address designated by our
    customer care representatives via USPS or carrier of your choice.

    FOR ALL INQUIRES REGARDING WARRANTY CLAIMS, PLEASE CONTACT
    CUSTOMER SERVICE
    VIA E-MAIL AT warranty@ecustomerresponse.com OR BY PHONE AT (719) 948-1584.
    Thane Direct USA is not responsible for any uninsured items lost
    in transit or costs incurred by the customer to return the product.



  • Page 4

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
    Problem

    Possible Cause

    Solution

    Important Safeguards and Warnings.................................................... 2-3

    The unit does not
    power on

    The unit is not plugged in
    or turned ON

    Make sure the unit is
    plugged into a properly
    grounded outlet and the
    Power Switch is ON.

    Introduction to your H2O Mop® Steamer ............................................... 4

    Water Tank is empty

    Fill Water Tank

    Optional Accessories .............................................................................. 6-7

    Blocked Steam Outlet

    Remove Mop Head and
    clean the Steam Outlet.

    How to Assemble the H2O Mop® Steamer Appliance......................... 8-9

    Lime scale deposit

    Follow cleaning procedure
    to remove lime scale.

    How to use the H2O Mop® Steamer Appliance.................................... 10

    Attachment is improperly
    connected

    Turn the Steamer Appliance
    OFF, allow it to cool down,
    detach the accessories and
    reattach them properly.

    Reduced steam or
    no steam

    Steam escapes from
    connections

    The cleaning cloth
    becomes wet

    Debris or obstructions at
    the connection points

    Remove the accessory
    and check and clean
    connection points.

    The cloth gets saturated
    with water

    Replace with a new
    cleaning cloth (optional
    item) or allow cloth to
    cool, wring out and
    reattach. Lower
    steam setting.

    20

    Key Product Features ................................................................................ 5

    How to use the H2O Mop® Steamer Appliance – Floor Mop............... 11
    The H2O Mop® Steamer Appliance – Hand-Held Steamer.............. 12-13
    Safety Pressure Release Valve - After Use.............................................. 14
    Accessory Usage.................................................................................. 15-17
    Cleaning and Maintenance................................................................ 18-19
    Troubleshooting Guide............................................................................ 20
    Warranty/Parts/Service.................................................... Inside Back Cover



  • Page 5

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS AND WARNINGS
    PLEASE READ ALL PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. FAILURE TO FOLLOW
    THE WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL WILL VOID YOUR
    WARRANTY, EXPOSE YOU TO UNDUE RISK AND/OR HARM AND MINIMIZE
    YOUR OVERALL CLEANING RESULT.
    USE YOUR H2O MOP® STEAMER APPLIANCE ONLY AS DIRECTED IN THIS
    MANUAL AND ONLY WITH THE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES DESCRIBED
    HEREIN. USE OF ATTACHMENTS AND/OR ACCESSORIES NOT PROVIDED OR
    SOLD BY THE MANUFACTURER OR BY AUTHORIZED RESELLERS MAY CAUSE
    FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK AND/OR INJURY.
    AS WITH ANY ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE, BASIC PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS
    BE OBSERVED WHEN USING THIS STEAMER APPLIANCE, INCLUDING THE
    FOLLOWING:

    !

    WARNING

    1. Verify that the main voltage indicated on the Rating Plate on this Steamer Appliance
    corresponds with the voltage of your electrical outlet.
    2. In order to protect against risk of electric shock, only plug this Steamer Appliance
    into properly grounded outlets.
    3. This Steamer Appliance is designed for indoor household use only. Do NOT use and/
    or store this Steamer Appliance outdoors. Commercial use voids the manufacturer’s
    product warranty.
    4. Do NOT leave this Steamer Appliance plugged in while unattended and/or not in use.
    5. Close attention is necessary when this Steamer Appliance is used near children, pets
    and/or plants. Never direct steam towards people, animals or plants as steam is by
    nature hot and such steam emissions may cause scalding.
    6. Do NOT allow this Steamer Appliance to be used as a toy and the Steamer Appliance
    should NOT be operated and/or used by children or others that have not read this
    product manual. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do NOT play with
    this Steamer Appliance.
    7. This Steamer Appliance should NOT be used by persons with physical, sensory or
    mental impairments.
    8. Do NOT handle and/or operate this Steamer Appliance and/or the plug with wet
    hands and/or without shoes.

    Step 5 – Ensure that the Main Body’s lower portion and especially the steam
    outlet is aimed away from the floor and/or surrounding objects. The intent is to
    have the emitting steam not contact anything. Then press the Power Switch to
    the ON position.
    Step 6 – Allow this Steamer Appliance to produce steam until the vinegar/water
    solution is used up. To speed the process you can adjust the steam flow by moving
    the Steam Regulator Dial to the high setting.
    Step 7 – Repeat the above procedure as many times as necessary until a normal
    steam flow is achieved.
    Step 8 – Once a normal steam flow has been achieved, fill the Water Tank per
    the instructions contained in this manual. Move the Main Body so the clean water
    rinses the Water Tank. Then pour the water out.
    Step 9 – Refill the Water Tank with water and release the steam following the
    instructions contained in this manual until all the water has been dispersed and
    the Water Tank is empty.
    Step 10 – Refill the Water Tank per the instructions contained in this manual.
    Perform a test cleaning on a suitable isolated surface area to ensure that no lime
    scale debris and/or vinegar/water solution is left in the Main Body.

    Use detergent to clean the accessories when they are dirty.
    Wash with clean water and air dry.
    To clean calcium deposits building up inside the Water Tank:
    Add 1-2 tablespoons of white vinegar to a full Water Tank, close the Water Tank
    cap and shake the contents. DO NOT TURN THE STEAMER ON. Let the unit sit for
    a few hours. Empty the Water Tank and rinse with clean water until it rinses clear.

    Cleaning blocked steamer accessories:
    Due to the high mineral content of water in some areas, some calcium buildup
    might develop inside the tip of the Jet Nozzle. To clean it, we recommend using
    a spray lubricant. Spray a small burst or two of the lubricant inside the tip of the
    Jet Nozzle. After spraying the lubricant, fill the Steamer Appliance with water and
    run a continuous jet of steam through the affected accessory for several minutes
    to remove the deposit. WE RECOMMEND PERFORMING THIS PROCEDURE IN A
    PROTECTED AND WELL-VENTILATED AREA.

    Microfiber Cloth care:
    Machine wash at 60 ºC (140 ºF) / Do not bleach / Do not use fabric softener.

    9. Do NOT immerse this Steamer Appliance in water and/or other liquid.
    10. Do NOT direct or point the Steamer Appliance’s steam towards electric equipment,
    appliances, or devices such as electric ovens, stove burners, household appliances
    and the like.
    11. Do NOT use this Steamer Appliance with a damaged Power Supply Cord or Plug,
    and/or if it is not working as it should, or if it has been dropped, damaged, left

    2

    19



  • Page 6

    CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

    outdoors, or immersed in water. If any of the above occur, this Steamer Appliance
    must be replaced or repaired by the manufacturer and/or a qualified repair facility
    to avoid hazard, severe injury and/or damage to property.
    12. Do NOT unplug this Steamer Appliance by pulling on the Power Supply Cord and
    NEVER force the Plug into an outlet/socket.

    ! IMPORTANT WARNING
    UNPLUG THIS STEAMER APPLIANCE FROM THE POWER OUTLET WHEN
    PERFORMING MAINTENANCE AND/OR CLEANING THIS STEAMER APPLIANCE.
    AFTER UNPLUGGING THIS STEAMER APPLIANCE LET THIS STEAMER APPLIANCE
    COOL FOR A MINIMUM OF 30 MINUTES BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY CLEANING
    AND/OR MAINTENANCE.
    NEVER IMMERSE THIS STEAMER APPLIANCE IN WATER AT ANYTIME!

    Maintenance/Cleaning Procedure To Remove Lime Scale
    If your Steamer Appliance begins to produce steam slower than usual, or emits
    steam sporadically, or stops producing steam you may need to remove lime scale
    that has built up inside. It is necessary to remove lime scale on a regular basis every
    25 times you use a full tank of water or at least once a month. This is especially
    true in areas with hard water.

    Removing Lime Scale - Please follow the following procedures:
    Using the Cleaning Pin
    Step 1 - Once your Steamer Appliance has cooled completely, remove the Mop
    Head and/or other accessory at the lower end of the Main Body as described in the
    section THE H2O MOP ® STEAMER APPLIANCE – HAND-HELD STEAMER.
    Step 2 - Locate the small hole of the steam outlet where the Mop Head attaches to
    the Main Body’s lower end.
    Step 3 - Insert the Cleaning Pin’s straight end in the small hole of the steam outlet
    and move the Cleaning Pin up and down while also spinning the pin between your
    fingers. Repeat this process several times to ensure that all scale and/or debris has
    been removed from the steam outlet.
    Step 4 - Reassemble this Steamer Appliance as provided for in this manual.

    Using a Cleaning Solution
    Step 1 – Prepare a liquid solution of 50ml /1.5 oz white vinegar and 100ml /3 oz water.
    Step 2 – Empty all water from the Water Tank. Then add the above described liquid
    solution to the Water Tank.
    Step 3 – Remove the Mop Head and/or steamer Accessory from the Main Body
    pursuant to the directions described in this manual.
    Step 4 – With the Power Switch in the OFF position, plug the Power Supply Cord
    into a properly grounded electric outlet. Wait the necessary time for the LED ON/OFF
    Light to turn from RED to GREEN.
    18

    13. Do NOT pull or carry this Steamer Appliance by the Power Supply Cord. Do NOT use
    the Power Supply Cord as a handle, close a door on the Power Supply Cord, or pull
    the Power Supply Cord around sharp edges or corners.
    14. Keep this Steamer Appliance and all parts thereof including the Power Supply Cord
    away from heated objects and surfaces.
    15. Do NOT use extension cords or outlets with inadequate current-carrying capacity,
    and in order to avoid circuit overload, do NOT operate another electrical appliance
    on the same outlet/socket (circuit) as this Steamer Appliance.
    16. To disconnect this Steamer Appliance, turn the Power Switch (O/I) to the “OFF”
    position, then remove the Plug from the outlet/socket by grasping the back or sides
    of the Plug and gently pulling it away from the outlet/socket. Do NOT pull the Power
    Supply Cord to remove the Plug from the outlet/socket.
    17. Unplug the unit after each use and/or before refilling the Water Tank and/or servicing.
    18. Do NOT insert any objects into openings in the Steamer Appliance and/or use it with
    any of its openings blocked.
    19. Store this Steamer Appliance indoors in a cool, dry place.
    20. Keep your work area well lit and clear using extra caution when using this Steamer
    Appliance on or near stairs, furniture, doorways, uneven surfaces, and the like.
    21. Stop using this Steamer Appliance if you observe water leaking and contact a
    qualified repair technician.
    22. Never put hot water or any other liquids (including alcohol-based), additives,
    detergents, cleaners and the like (regardless of temperature) in this Steamer
    Appliance’s Water Tank. Doing so will make operation unsafe and damage this
    Steamer Appliance.
    23. Do NOT use the Mop Head without first attaching the Floor Cloth.
    24. Always keep the steam opening clear of any obstructions. Avoid placing the steam
    opening on soft surfaces to avoid blocking the steam flow. Keep the steam opening
    free of lint, hair and other potential obstructions to ensure proper steam flow.
    25. Do NOT use this Steamer Appliance in spaces that are exposed to flammable,
    explosive or toxic vapors such as paint thinner or oil-based paint.
    26. Do NOT use this Steamer Appliance on leather, wax-polished furniture or floors,
    unsealed hardwood or parquet floors, unglazed ceramic floors, synthetic fabrics,
    velvet or other delicate steam-sensitive materials.
    27. Do NOT use this Steamer Appliance for space heating purposes or place it on or
    near hot surfaces such as a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
    28. Do NOT use this Steamer Appliance for other than its intended use.

    SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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  • Page 7

    INTRODUCTION TO YOUR H2O MOP ® STEAMER
    Not all floor types are suitable for steam cleaning. ALWAYS check the use and care
    instructions of your flooring manufacturer or distributor before using this Steamer
    Appliance. When in doubt – consult a flooring specialist.
    This H2O Mop ® Steamer Appliance is designed to thoroughly clean sealed floor
    surfaces, such as marble, ceramic, carpet, stone, linoleum, hardwood, laminate and
    tile. To determine if your floor type is suitable test this Steamer Appliance on a small
    isolated area of your particular flooring(s) prior to overall use on all your flooring(s)
    surfaces. The heat and steam action may remove the wax on surfaces treated with
    wax. Do not let the Steamer Appliance stand on any wood or heat-sensitive floor
    for an extended period of time. Water marks, discoloration or damage to the floor
    surface can occur if this Steamer Appliance is left operating too long in one place.
    When using on vinyl, linoleum or any other heat-sensitive floors, use extra caution.
    Too much heat can melt glue in the flooring. Use only on laminated flooring that
    has been professionally installed and without any gaps or cracks that could permit
    the entry of moisture.
    FOR BEST RESULTS


    • Sweep or vacuum floor prior to using this Steamer Appliance.



    • To avoid accumulation of excess water, the Microfiber Cloth must
    be clean and dry before use.

    !

    Part and Usage

    Tips/Caution

    Assembly

    LONG STEAM
    LAZER®

    Attach the Long Steam Lazer ® to the Extension
    Hose by aligning the lock button on the Extension
    Hose with the designated hole on the Long Steam
    Lazer ® tool and push until it locks in place.
    Attached to the Extension Hose, the Long Steam
    Lazer ® can be used by itself or with the Bendable
    Jet Nozzle and/or Round Brush (Nylon). Remove
    the end cap before installing the Bendable Jet
    Nozzle or Round Brush (Nylon).

    BENDABLE JET
    NOZZLE

    Screw the Bendable Jet Nozzle onto the Long
    Steam Lazer ®. Remove the black plastic cap from
    the top of the Long Steam Lazer ®. Replace the
    plastic cap after attaching the Bendable Jet Nozzle.

    HANDS-FREE
    SHOULDER
    CRADLE STRAP

    1. Undo the hook-and-loop fastener.
    2. W
     ith the Shoulder Strap on the top side of
    the Main Body put the Main Body through the
    larger strap loop.
    3. D
     o up the hook-and-loop fastener to secure
    the Main Body in the Shoulder Strap.
    4. O
     nce the Main Body is securely placed in
    the Shoulder Strap, adjust the length of the
    Shoulder Strap and place it on your shoulder.

    Easier to clean hard to
    reach areas (behind
    cabinets, behind the
    toilet, far corners, etc.).

    Cleans tight corners and
    hidden places.

    Helps to carry the
    Hand-Held Steamer.
    With one hand operate
    the Extension Hose with
    attached accessory and
    the other hand is free
    which allows easier
    movement as you clean.

    Ensure that the Shoulder
    Strap is not covering the
    release button at the
    bottom side of Main
    Body, which releases the
    Extension Hose or Jet
    Nozzle.
    Ensure that the Shoulder
    Strap is not covering the
    On/Off button.

    IMPORTANT
    ACCESSORY BAG



    • Never steam at one spot for too long.



    • Do NOT put hands or feet under the Mop Head or in the emitting steam.



    • It’s normal to hear a “pulsing” noise during use, indicating that the Steamer
    Appliance is producing steam.



    • There may be some minor “spitting” of water mixed with the steam.

    Handle with care as
    tools and accessories
    with sharp ends might
    poke through the bag
    (Scraper, Nozzle, etc.).

    Keeps all accessories and
    small parts in one place.
    Easy to view the contents
    and easily locate needed
    tool or accessory and
    reach for it.

    LOW STEAM
    FOR SENSITIVE SURFACES
    • Garments
    • Mattresses & Pillows
    • Upholstery
    • Sealed Hardwood/Laminate
    (may also use medium
    steam setting)

    MEDIUM STEAM

    HOT SPRAY

    FOR LIGHT CLEANING
    • Plastic
    • Granite & Marble
    • Tiles
    • Slate
    • Windows & Mirrors

    4

    HIGH STEAM

    FOR TOUGHER STAINS
    • Stainless Steel
    • Porcelain Fixtures
    • Carpets & Door Mats

    FOR SCRUBBING
    • Concrete
    • Toilets
    • Sinks
    • Rims

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  • Page 8

    Tips/Caution

    Part and Usage

    Assembly

    WINDOW CLEANING
    CORAL CLOTH

    Install the Coral Cloth over the Window Cleaning
    Tool. Do not cover the squeegee blade or scraper
    when installing the cleaning cloth.

    Use it to clean windows,
    mirrors and glass.

    Hooks

    KEY PRODUCT FEATURES

    Do not use steam on
    frozen windows.
    Be careful when using
    the steamer on glass,
    as the glass may break.

    1 Curved Handle
    2 Upper Power Supply
    Cord Wrap

    1

    Hooks
    front

    3 Power Supply Cord

    GARMENT STEAMING Install the Garment Steaming Cloth / Lint Cloth /
    Microfiber Scrubbing Cloth over the Window
    CLOTH
    To steam a garment, place
    item of clothing on a
    hanger and steam the
    garment directly. Slowly
    slide the Garment Steamer
    Cloth vertically over the
    garment to smooth the
    fabric and remove wrinkles
    and odors.

    Cleaning Tool. Make sure to attach the cloth to
    all hooks on the Window Cleaning Tool Frame to
    avoid slipping from the frame during use.

    LINT CLOTH

    Slowly pass over
    surface to be cleaned.
    The absorbent Lint Cloth
    picks up the dirt/hair
    loosened by the steam.

    Tag

    5 Curved Handle Lock Button

    Some fabrics like leather,
    suede, and velvet may
    not be suitable for
    steaming. Please refer to
    the manufacturer’s label.

    back

    side

    8 Extension Handle
    Lock Button

    5

    Do not use steam
    settings 3 and 4.
    Do not use on
    animals.

    9 Power Switch (O/I) with
    LED ON/OFF Light

    6

    10 Steam Regulator
    11 Water Tank Cap
    12 Water Tank

    7

    13 Main Body

    8

    14 Lock Button (on Main Body)

    Removes more dust
    and dirt with less effort.
    Effective in cleaning
    stubborn smudges or
    spills.

    1. Apply steam over the
    area that you plan to
    scrape. Repeat a few
    times if needed.
    2. Detach the Window
    Cleaning Tool with Scraper
    from the Extension Hose
    and start stripping off the
    wallpaper or any hardened
    spills (ketchup, syrup, etc.)
    from ceramic or vinyl tiles,
    glass windows etc.
    For removing wallpaper:
    Make “X” shaped slits into
    the surface of the wallpaper
    with utility knife to allow
    steam to soften the adhesive.

    7 Lower Power Supply
    Cord Wrap

    4

    MICROFIBER
    SCRUBBING CLOTH

    SCRAPER – RIGID
    BLADE

    6 Extension Handle

    3

    Curtains and draperies
    can be steamed while
    hanging.

    Black Tag

    4 Power Supply Cord Holder

    2

    For garment steaming,
    do not use steam
    settings 3 and 4.

    9

    15 Safety Pressure Release Valve
    16 Mop Head

    10
    Remove the Squeegee Blade and slide the Scraper
    into the Window Cleaning Tool with the grooved
    side of the Scraper facing shorter plastic teeth of
    the Window Cleaning Tool.
    Install the Coral Cloth or Garment Cloth to the
    Window Cleaning Tool with the Scraper and
    attach it to the Extension Hose.

    Selection of the steam
    setting will depend on
    the surface being treated.
    If you are concerned
    about possible drywall
    damage from the steam,
    start with lower steam
    setting.

    16

    17 Plug

    11
    12

    If using for wallpaper
    removal: Cover your
    floor to protect from any
    water dripping. Cover
    the outlets with electrical
    tape to protect from any
    liquids.

    13
    14
    15
    16

    Front view

    17

    Back view

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  • Page 9

    OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

    ACCESSORY USAGE
    Part and Usage
    JET NOZZLE

    Insert the Jet Nozzle into the designated hole in
    the Main Body until it
    safely locks in place.

    Make sure the Jet
    Nozzle is securely
    locked in place
    before usage.

    ROUND BRUSH
    (NYLON)

    Round Brush can be
    attached to any of
    the Jet Nozzles.

    Use different color
    brush for particular
    cleaning areas (kitchen,
    bathroom, etc.).

    Produces powerful steam
    for cleaning corners and
    gaps.

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    Tips/Caution

    Assembly

    The round nylon
    brush is great for
    cleaning smooth
    hard surfaces,
    such as toilets,
    sinks, and kitchen
    counters, etc. It can
    be used with soap
    or detergent to
    clean dirty areas.

    EXTENSION HOSE

    This Extension Hose is
    designed for use with
    Hand-Held Steamer and
    with the following
    attachments:

    Attach the Round Brush
    by screwing onto the threaded
    end of the Jet Nozzle, Bendable
    Jet Nozzle or Long Steam Laser ®.

    Insert the designated end of the Extension Hose
    into the designated hole in the Main Unit until it
    locks in place.

    225ml

    150ml

    100ml

    50ml

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    Microfiber Mop Cloth (H2O Mop® X5™ & H2O Mop® X3™ Models)
    Jet Nozzle (H2O Mop® X5™ & H2O Mop® X3™ Models)
    Round Brush Head – Black Nylon (H2O Mop® X5™ & H2O Mop® X3™ Models)
    Carpet Glider (H2O Mop® X5™ & H2O Mop® X3™ Models)
    Cleaning Pin (H2O Mop® X5™ & H2O Mop® X3™ Models)
    Extension Hose (H2O Mop® X5™ Model)
    Window Cleaning Tool with Squeegee (H2O Mop® X5™ Model)
    Window Cleaning Cloth (H2O Mop® X5™ Model)
    Garment Steaming Cloth (H2O Mop® X5™ Model)
    Duster with Cloth (H2O Mop® X5™ Model)
    Measuring Cup (H2O Mop® X5™ Model)
    Long Steam Lazer ® Wand (Optional Extension Hose Attachment)

    - Window Cleaning Tool
    - Duster
    - Bendable Jet Nozzle
    - Long Steam Lazer ®

    DUSTER, WITH
    CORAL CLOTH

    Slowly pass over
    surface to be cleaned.
    The absorbent Coral
    Cloth picks up the dirt
    loosened by the steam.

    Make sure the Extension
    Hose is securely locked
    into place before usage.
    When in use, keep the
    Extension Hose away
    from your body and
    avoid touching the hose
    as it can get hot.
    Do not pull the Extension
    Hose with excessive
    force, as it might cause
    damage and result in a
    steam leak.

    Install the Coral Cloth into the Duster frame and
    attach the Duster to the Extension Hose.

    Do not use steam
    setting 4 when using
    the Duster.

    WINDOW CLEANING Align the lock button on the Extension Hose with
    the designated hole on the Window Cleaning Tool
    TOOL

    Attached to the Extension Frame and push in the Extension Hose until it locks
    Hose and in combination in place. Install cleaning cloth of your choice onto
    with one of the provided the Window Cleaning Tool.
    cleaning cloths or scraper,
    use this tool for window
    cleaning, garment
    steaming, wallpaper
    removal, etc.

    (Continued on next page)

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    SAFETY PRESSURE RELEASE VALVE – AFTER USE
    This Steamer Appliance is equipped with a
    Safety Pressure Release Valve that is designed
    to relieve pressure inside the water heater. It
    does so by discharging hot steam or water
    through the Safety Pressure Release Valve if
    the steam nozzle is blocked. Blockage can
    sometimes occur due to lime scale buildup on
    the Main Body or other reasons. Refer to the
    illustration shown here to better understand
    this feature.

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    steam
    nozzle

    safety
    pressure
    release
    valve

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    ! IMPORTANT WARNING
    Steam or water discharged from the Safety Pressure Release Valve is
    very hot. At all times during use, always make sure to keep your body
    parts clear of the Safety Pressure Release Valve to avoid burns or injury
    by hot steam or water.

    Tips for After Using Your Steamer Appliance –
    • Double check to make sure the Power Switch is in the OFF (O) position.
    • Unplug the Power Supply Cord from the electric outlet per this manual’s
    instructions.
    • Always empty the Water Tank after each use to avoid leakage and other
    potential problems.

    13 Hands-Free Shoulder Cradle Strap (Optional All Models)
    14 Accessory Storage Bag (Optional All Models)
    15 Round Brush Heads – Colored Nylon (Optional All Models)
    16 Bendable Jet Nozzle (Optional All Models)
    17 Microfiber Scrubbing Mop Head Cloth (Optional All Models)
    18 Microfiber Coral Mop Head Cloth (Optional All Models)
    19 Garment Steaming Lint Cloth (Window Cleaning Tool Accessory)
    20 Microfiber Scrubbing Window Cloth (Window Cleaning Tool Accessory)
    21 Round Brush Head Cloth (Round Brush Head Accessory)
    22 Scraper Blade (Window Cleaning Tool Accessory)

    • Drain left-over water or steam before storing.
    • Wrap/secure the Power Supply Cord around Upper and Lower Power
    Supply Cord Wraps.
    • Wipe all surfaces of this Steamer Appliance with a soft cloth.
    • Store in a protected cool, dry area.

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    HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE
    H2O MOP ® STEAMER APPLIANCE

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    6
    Steps 5 & 6 – Release the Mop Head
    from the Main Body by pressing the
    Lock Button on the Main Body’s lower
    portion and simultaneously pulling the
    Mop Head straight down away from
    the Main Body.

    Remove all parts and pieces from the box and lay them out on the floor for
    ready access. Refer to the KEY PRODUCT FEATURES page to find the parts
    that match the written descriptions below. Make sure the Steamer Appliance
    is unplugged at all times during any assembly process.
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    1

    3

    The Steamer Appliance is now ready to accept the Jet Nozzle or Extension Hose
    attachments as instructed in the ACCESSORY USAGE section of this manual.

    ! IMPORTANT
    Hand-Held Steamer Cleaning Tips –
    • Do NOT use this hand-held Steamer Appliance to clean cold or frozen
    windows, glass, mirrors or similar surfaces that are subject to breaking
    or cracking.

    Steps 1, 2 and 3 – Start the assembly of your Steamer Appliance as shown in the
    illustrations marked 1, 2 and 3 above.
    4a

    4b

    • In general, be extremely careful when using this Hand-Held Steamer
    Appliance on glass avoiding too much pressure, scrubbing or force, as
    by nature glass may break.

    4c

    Step 4 –Turn the Lower Power Supply Cord
    Wrap to align the cord channel opening with
    the cord channel in the Extension Handle.
    Insert the Power Supply Cord all the way in
    its cord channel, with the cord in the channel
    turn the Lower Power Supply Cord Wrap to
    “lock” the Power Supply Cord in place (see
    illustrations 4a and 4b). Insert the Power
    Supply Cord in the Power Supply Cord Holder
    at the top of the Extension Handle. Insert the
    Power Supply Cord into the Upper Power
    Supply Cord Wrap as shown in illustration 4c.

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    THE H2O MOP ® STEAMER APPLIANCE –
    HAND-HELD STEAMER

    5

    Step 5 – Locate one Microfiber Mop Cloth and
    match it up to the underside of the Mop Head as
    shown in illustration 5. Take care to ensure the
    fastening strips sewn into the Microfiber Mop Cloth
    align with the “gripping” strips on the Mop Head’s
    underside. Press and fit together ensuring a snug fit.

    The Hand-Held Steamer is an ideal portable cleaner for use on
    work surfaces, countertops, sinks, windows, mirrors, tiles, and
    spot cleaning on floors, carpets and rugs. Attach the Jet Nozzle
    to deliver focused cleaning power to the areas you want.
    Screw the Round Brush onto the Jet Nozzle for some
    scrubbing power for the baked on and caked on.

    ! CAUTION

    6

    Make Sure The Steamer Appliance
    Is Unplugged Before Assembly.

    Step 6 (Carpet Glider) – When using this Steamer
    Appliance on carpets or rugs, place the Mop Head
    with a Microfiber Cloth in place into the Glider
    accessory as shown in illustration 6. Do NOT
    attempt to use this Steamer Appliance on
    carpets or rugs without the Glider securely in
    place. NEVER use the Glider on surfaces that
    are prone or susceptible to scratching.

    To Configure the Hand-Held Steamer:
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    2

    Steps 1 & 2 – Locate the Lower Power
    Supply Cord Wrap and turn it to “unlock”
    the Power Supply Cord. Release the upper
    end of Power Supply Cord from Upper
    Power Supply Cord Wrap and Cord Holder
    as shown in illustration 1. Remove the
    Power Supply Cord from the cord channel
    as shown in illustration 2.

    ! CAUTION
    3

    4

    Steps 3 & 4 – Release the Extension
    Handle by pressing the Extension Handle
    Lock Button as shown in illustration 3 and
    simultaneously sliding out the handle as
    shown in illustration 4.

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    Make sure that the Steamer Appliance is unplugged from an electrical
    outlet and the Power Switch (O/I) is in the “OFF” (O) position before
    assembling the Steamer Appliance and/or changing the Microfiber
    Cloth and/or other accessories.

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    HOW TO USE THE
    H2O MOP ® STEAMER APPLIANCE
    FILLING THE TANK
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    4

    HOW TO USE THE H2O MOP ®
    STEAMER APPLIANCE – FLOOR MOP
    Once completely assembled and filled with water, plug the Power Supply Cord into
    a grounded electrical outlet. The LED ON/OFF Light should show RED indicating that
    electrical power is available and the Steamer Appliance is then ready to be turned
    ON and OFF.

    Turning the Steamer Appliance ON:
    45º

    Ensure that the Steamer Appliance is unplugged. Turn the Water Tank Cap
    counter-clockwise to the “OPEN” (unlock image) position and remove the Water
    Tank Cap as shown in illustration 1. Angle the Steamer Appliance as shown in
    illustration 2 and add water with the Measuring Cup or similar cup. Do NOT overfill
    or add water directly from a faucet, hose or the like. The Water Tank capacity is
    400ml /13.5 oz. Replace the Water Tank Cap into the hole on the Water Tank and
    turn clockwise until the blue dot on the Water Tank Cap aligns with the “CLOSE”
    (locked image) position as shown in illustration 3. Make sure the Copper Cone
    inside the Water Tank is always submerged in the water (see illustration 4) while
    operating the Steamer Appliance.

    Step 1 - Once plugged in, the LED ON/OFF Light should
    remain RED for approximately 20-30 seconds. Do NOT
    push the Power Switch while the LED ON/OFF Light is RED.

    (O/I)

    Step 2 - Wait for the LED ON/OFF Light to turn GREEN
    indicating that the Steamer Appliance is ready for use.
    Step 3 - Once the LED ON/OFF Light has turned GREEN, press the Power Switch to
    ON (I). Within a few seconds the Steamer Appliance should start emitting steam.

    Turning the Steamer Appliance OFF:
    Step 1 – To turn the Steamer Appliance OFF simply press the Power Switch to the
    OFF (O) position once. Almost immediately the steam will cease emitting from the
    Steamer Appliance.

    ! IMPORTANT

    ! IMPORTANT
    • Never put hot water or any other liquids (including alcohol-based), additives,
    detergents, cleaners and the like (regardless of temperature) in this Steamer
    Appliance’s Water Tank. Doing so will make operation unsafe and damage this
    Steamer Appliance.
    • Unless approved by the manufacturer, do NOT put any scented products in the
    Water Tank.
    • The Steamer Appliance uses tap water, but in areas with hard water use distilled
    water for better performance.

    Select one of the Steam Regulator positions
    HIGH STEAM

    LOW STEAM
    FOR SENSITIVE SURFACES
    • Garments
    • Mattresses & Pillows
    • Upholstery
    • Sealed Hardwood/Laminate
    (may also use medium
    steam setting)

    FOR TOUGHER STAINS
    • Stainless Steel
    • Porcelain Fixtures
    • Carpets & Door Mats

    MEDIUM STEAM

    HOT SPRAY

    FOR LIGHT CLEANING
    • Plastic
    • Granite & Marble
    • Tiles
    • Slate
    • Windows & Mirrors

    FOR SCRUBBING
    • Concrete
    • Toilets
    • Sinks
    • Rims

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    • If the Power Switch is pressed ON before the LED ON/OFF Light has turned from RED
    to GREEN, water remaining from the previous use will be forced out because there
    has not been sufficient heating time to convert it to steam. This can or will cause
    small water “puddles” on the adjacent surface.
    • Small water puddles may also occur if the Steamer Appliance was unplugged from
    the power outlet before being properly turned OFF with the Power Switch.
    • Always make sure to use the Power Switch to turn the Steamer Appliance OFF after
    each use before unplugging the Power Supply Cord from the electrical outlet.

    Floor Mop Cleaning Tips
    • Slowly pass over the surface to be cleaned with a steady controlled pace. The goal is
    to allow the absorbent Microfiber Cloth to pick up the dirt loosened by the steam.
    • Apply steam as needed using the Steam Regulator Dial and the suggested settings
    contained in this manual. As a general rule less steam is better for most cleaning
    jobs because of the concentrated focus. This is especially true for surfaces that you
    want to leave clean and dry.
    • When and if the Steamer Appliance stops producing steam when the Power Switch
    is ON, it typically means that the Water Tank needs to be refilled. In such instances,
    you still must turn the Power Switch to the OFF position, unplug the Steamer
    Appliance as described and follow the instructions for refilling the Water Tank
    contained in this manual.
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