How do I use my 2000 Kenwood steam mop?

How do I use my 2000 Kenwood steam mop?


  1. Take off the mop’s safety cap by turning it counterclockwise. Fill the provided measuring cup with water, and pour it into the tank.
  2. Put the steam mop’s head on the preheat tray.
  3. Place the mop’s head on the floor, and move it over the area you want to clean.
  4. Refill the mop when no more steam is produced.

Is it worth getting a steam mop?

Used correctly, steam cleaning is a natural and effective way to remove stubborn dirt and stains. Plus, a steam cleaner kills 99.9% of household germs, including salmonella, E. Coli and Staphylococcus, as well as dust mites and surface mold. But, when it comes to your floors, a steam mop isn’t always the best choice.

What should I look for when buying a steam mop?

What to Know Before You Buy a Steam Mop

  • Test the Size and Weight. Try the steam mop out in the store to make sure it feel comfortable to you.
  • Check for Accessories. Check to see what accessories or attachments are included with the steam mop.
  • Review the Available Settings.

Is the Kenwood SC2000 the best steam mop?

Clean Up Kenwood SC2000 Steam Mop Pads suits the Kenwood SC2000 steam mop. Ideal for cleaning… More info… Maxkon 2000W Powerful Multi Function Steam…

What kind of floors can a steam mop clean?

The SC2000 Steam Mop Deluxe effectively cleans all hard sealed floors timber, lino, laminate, vinyl, ceramic, terracotta tiles and slate. With 800W of power and 20 minutes of constant steam, the SC2000 Steam Mop Deluxe has all the everyday power and versatility…

Is the Kenwood steam mop a good gift?

I was given this kenwood steam mop as a gift. It worked very well for the first few months but then started playing up.

Is the Kenwood Ariete kitchen mop good value?

For $100 it is good value. We got 5 yrs out of this mop until it recently triggered our safety switch so I will banish it. It produced a good amount of constant steam, cleaned our wood look pegulan kitchen foor or sealed pine floorboards well though bit tricky getting into narrow areas.

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