Just like any other cleaning appliance, your wet/dry vac mop needs regular maintenance to perform at its best. Whether you're a seasoned user or a newbie to the world of wet/dry vac mops, we've got you covered. We'll walk you through the essential steps to keep your cleaning powerhouse in top shape.
After using the vacuum, press the self-cleaning button, allowing the vacuum to finish the self-cleaning cycle.
Take out the dirty water tank and HEPA Filter by squeezing the button, and removing it carefully
Dump out the dirty water from the tank in the toilet or a utility sink and rinse the dirty water tank and HEPA Filter with clean water.
Take out the roller, and wipe down the vacuum and roller cover with a wet cloth or towel. Leave the roller out to dry
Leave the dirty water tank and HEPA filter out to dry completely
Place the dirty water tank in the dishwasher on the regular cleaning cycle. Be sure it is not on a high temp setting.
All of these steps are essential to maintaining your wet/dry vacuum mop! Taking a few minutes of maintenance can extend the life of the wet/dry vacuum mop, and can reduce smells and mildew!