S I M P L Y
A M A Z I N G ™
ORBITER®
USER’S GUIDE
FLOOR MACHINE
ORB480
•IMPORTANT•
SAVE THIS BOOKLET!
Includes:
• Safety Warnings
• Warranty
• Operating Instructions
• Trouble Diagnosis
• Accessories
IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE OPERATING
CLEANER, READ ALL
INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS
MANUAL CAREFULLY.
When using an electrical appliance, basic
precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE
USING THIS FLOOR MACHINE
Table of Contents
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, or injury:
Table of Contents,
Maintenance & Customer Service,
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . page
2
Important Safety Instructions, Warranty . . . page
3
Operating Instructions,
Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page
4
Hardwood Floor Cleaning Procedure,
Dry Cleaning Carpets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page
5
Scrubbing Procedure,
Refinishing Floors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page
6
Stripping Procedure,
Carpet Bonnet Cleaning Procedure . . . . . page
7
Sandscreening Procedure,
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page
8
• Use indoors only.
• Risk of explosion - Floor sanding can result in an explosive mixture
of fine dust and air. Use floor sanding machine only in well
ventilated area.
• Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary
when used by or near children.
• Do not leave appliance unattended when plugged in. Unplug
from outlet when not in use and before servicing.
• Use only as described in this manual. Use only manufacturer’s
recommended attachments.
• Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If appliance is not
working as it should, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors,
or dropped into water, return it to a service center or call
customer service at UK: 0800 67 68 69
• Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close door on
cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or corners. Keep cord
away from heated surfaces.
• Do not run appliance over cord.
• Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
• Connect to a properly grounded outlet only. See grounding
instructions.
• Unplug before installing or removing pads/cleaning brushes.
• Warning - To reduce the risk of fire, use only commercially
available floor cleaners and waxes intended for machine application.
• Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not
the cord.
• Do not handle plug or appliance with wet hands.
• Do not put any object into openings. Do not use with any opening
blocked; keep free of dust, lint, hair and anything that may reduce
air flow.
• Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers and all parts of body away from
openings and moving parts.
• Turn off all controls before unplugging.
• Do not use appliance in an enclosed space where flammable,
explosive or toxic vapors are given off by oil base paint, paint
thinner, some mothproofing substances, or in an area where
flammable dust is present.
Maintenance &
Customer Service
Your ORECK floor cleaner is a product of precise
engineering. If you require additional information or have
problems with your ORECK appliance, you may call
ORECK customer service at:
UK: 0800 67 68 69
Please specify the model number and serial/code number
which can be found on the data plate on the side of the
orbiter.
Save your sales or purchase slip. Should your ORECK
appliance require warranty service in the U.S.A., present
this slip to the Authorized Service Center as your proof of
purchase date or, in Canada, call customer service.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
This appliance must be connected to a grounded
metal, permanent wiring system; or an equipmentgrounding conductor must be run with the circuit
conductors and connected to the equipmentgrounding terminal or lead on the appliance.
ALWAYS UNPLUG THE MACHINE BEFORE
INSTALLING OR REMOVING ACCESSORIES.
ALWAYS WEAR SHOES WHEN USING
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT.
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IMPORTANT:
Where Necessary for Plug to be Fitted
Warranty
Oreck Corporation (Oreck) gives you the following limited
warranty for this product only if it was originally purchased for
use, not resale, from Oreck or an ORECK AUTHORIZED Dealer.
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
Green: Earth
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows;
GREEN
Components returned prepaid to an Oreck Factory Authorized
Service Center or to Oreck will be repaired or replaced free of
cost at the option of Oreck and/or its service center when upon
examination by either of them such components are found to be
defective.
E
The wire which is coloured Brown must
be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter L or coloured Red.
Green is to be connected to the earth pin
of the 3 pin plug.
13 AMP FUSE
N
L
13 AMP
The wire which is coloured Blue must be
connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter N or coloured
Black.
Oreck will repair or replace, free of charge, to the original
purchaser, any part, which is found to be defective in material or
workmanship within one (1) year of the date of purchase. This
limited warranty applies to normal model specific intended use.
BROWN
BLUE
The wire which is coloured Green must
be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter E.
Brushes, pads, drive blocks and other parts are subject to normal
wear and are not covered by this limited warranty.
CORD CLAMP
This limited warranty does not apply to any part subjected to
accident, abuse, alteration, misuse, damage caused by fire or act
of God, the use of voltages other than indicated on the serial
number plate of this product, or service of this product by other
than Oreck or an Oreck Factory Authorized Service Center.
If a 13 amp plug is fitted, fit a 13 amp fuse.
Oreck does not authorize any person or representative to assume
or grant any other warranty obligation in connection with the sale
of this product.
Oreck's limited warranty is valid only if you retain proof of
purchase from Oreck or an Oreck authorized retail dealer of this
product. If you purchase this product from any other source, your
purchase is “AS IS”, which means that Oreck grants to you no
warranty, and that you, not Oreck, assumes the entire risk of the
quality and performance of this product, including the entire cost
of any necessary servicing or repairs of any defects.
Oreck's liability for damages to you for any cost whatsoever,
arising out of this statement of limited warranty shall be limited to
the amount paid for this product at the time of original purchase,
and Oreck shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential
or incidental damages arising out of the use or inability to use this
product.
Some areas do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion
may not apply to you.
ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES FOR THIS PRODUCT,
INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION
TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD, AND NO WARRANTIES, WHETHER
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WILL APPLY AFTER THIS PERIOD.
Some areas do not allow limitations on the duration of implied
warranties so the above limitation may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have
other rights which vary from state to state/area to area.
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Operating Instructions
The Orbiter is the most advanced, easiest to use machine of
its kind. With proper care and use, your Orbiter will last a
lifetime. This booklet will tell you how to care for the Orbiter
and all about its features, accessories and their use.
Care of your Oreck Floor Machine:
This is a precision machine. Dropping, unreasonable
bumping or rough handling may result in damage to the
balance and counter-weight system. Wrap your cord
loosely around the two hooks on the handle. Remove
brushes after use. The bristles may be damaged due to the
weight of the machine. Store your machine in the upright
position. After each use, remove wax or cleaning
solutions. After sanding, blow sawdust off motor and
locking mechanism. Clean housing and bumper with damp
cloth after each use. A little care will keep your Orbiter
looking like new.
Your Orbiter floor machine comes completely assembled
and ready to operate once the Drive Pad Holder or Brush is
attached. The off/on switch has international symbols (O)
OFF and ( l ) ON.
CAUTION: NEVER WORK ON THE MACHINE WHILE IT
IS PLUGGED IN - ALWAYS DISCONNECT from electrical
outlet. When leaving machine unattended, be sure to
disconnect.
To Attach Drive Pad Holder or Brush:
USER MAINTENANCE:
Lubrication: The Orbiter motor bearings are factory
lubricated and sealed. Periodic lubrication using silicone
spray is recommended at the two pivot points from the
yoke to the housing. All other servicing should be
performed by an authorized service representative. No
user serviceable parts inside.
Lay the floor machine on its
back with the handle lying on
the floor. This exposes the
brush holder pan. Just place
the brush or drive pad holder
over the round brush holder
pan making sure it is in place.
CAUTION: NEVER put the
brush or pad holder on the
machine by placing it on the floor and moving the running
machine over it, or place the machine over the brush or
pad holder and then start the motor.
Troubleshooting Guide
WARNING: Unplug cord from
electrical outlet before servicing.
To Remove Brush:
PROBLEM
Lay machine on its back and just pull brush or pad holder
off the round holder pan.
POSSIBLE SOURCE
FLOOR MACHINE
WILL NOT RUN
To Use Machine:
The Orbiter's on-off switch is
located on the back side of
the motor housing. It has been
designed to be conveniently
activated. On (I) - Off(O) is
printed on the switch. BE
CAREFUL that the switch is in
ON/OFF
the OFF (O) position before
SWITCH
you plug the electric cord into
the outlet. Before turning machine on, be sure there is a
pad or brush in place on the machine. Note - do not kick
switch. Gently activate the switch with your toe. No force is
necessary.
FLOOR MACHINE
BOUNCES
AREAS
TO
CHECK
Not plugged in
properly.
Be sure cleaner is
firmly plugged
into wall outlet.
No electricity in
wall outlet.
Check electrical
source–fuse or
circuit breaker.
Blown fuse/
tripped breaker
Replace fuse/
Reset breaker
Motor circuit
breaker has
tripped.
Press red reset
button on top of
housing.
Place it properly.
Brush or pad
(See operating
holder not
properly in place. instructions.)
Using brush on dry Apply necessary
shampoo dry or
surface without
wet.
dry shampoo or
wet shampoo.
To Guide the Floor Machine:
Just grasp the unique “T” handle and glide the machine
across the floor in a back and forth motion. The patented
“T” handle feature gives you complete control. The Orbiter's
perfectly balanced counter-weight system gives smooth and
easy action with fingertip control.
ALL OTHER SERVICING SHOULD BE DONE BY AN
ORECK AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER.
CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE HOT LINE
UK: 0800 67 68 69
IMPORTANT - Always wear shoes when using
your Orbiter. Before completing any of the
following procedures for the first time, test a
small hidden area.
Whenever calling, please be sure to have your model and
serial number from data plate.
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Hardwood Floor
Cleaning Procedure
Dry Cleaning Carpets
DRY CLEANING CARPETS USING
ORECK DRY CARPET™ CLEANING SYSTEM
Residential Use
This procedure can be used on most types of carpet.
This procedure should be used on WAX FINISH floors only.
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS REQUIRED:
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS REQUIRED:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Orbiter floor machine
Drive pad holder
Lamb wool bonnet
Polish brush
1. Orbiter floor machine
5. White polish pad
6. Paste wax, 1 lb.
7. Dust mop
2. Black Drive Pad Holder
3. Carpet Bonnet
4. Oreck Dry Carpet™ Carpet Cleaner
PROCEDURE:
5. Oreck Premist™ Soil Release Pre Spray
1. Completely dust mop floor.
6. Oreck vacuum cleaner
2. Wipe up spills with a dry cloth or paper towel. Use a slightly
damp cloth for sticky spills. Hint: Buff with polishing brush to
restore luster.
PROCEDURE:
1. VACUUM
Vacuum with an Oreck vacuum cleaner to remove loose
particles from carpet.
3. To apply paste wax:
Attach PAD HOLDER to Orbiter floor machine. Apply a
tablespoon amount of paste wax on 4 sections of white polish
pad. Place pad on floor and center Orbiter pad holder onto
pad. Work Orbiter in a forward/back motion and spread
out the paste wax to a thin coat. Allow paste wax to dry for
5 minutes. Turn white polish pad over to clean side and buff.
Use polishing brush to obtain a higher luster.
2. PRE-MIST
Use the Oreck Premist™ Soil Release Pre Spray to lightly mist
a carpet area approximately 6’ x 6’. Hold the bottle waist
high with the nozzle on “mist.”
3. SPRINKLE
With the enclosed shaker, fill half way with dry carpet cleaner
and sprinkle over the misted 6’x6’ area. Work one 6’x6’ area
at a time to ensure the cleaner is brushed into the carpet while
still moist. Do not over use cleaner.
HELPFUL HINTS:
1. When floor looks dull, try buffing first to see if that will restore
the luster before re-waxing.
4. BONNET WITH ORBITER
Attach the Carpet Bonnet to the pad holder, then place
Orbiter onto pad holder. Finally, work the Orbiter in a
forward and backward motion to work the powder into the
carpet.
2. When areas of heavy use no longer respond to buffing wax
only those areas and buff all of the floor to an even luster.
Sandscreening Procedure
5. TURN BONNET
Run Orbiter over 6’x6’ area. Stop machine and flip over
bonnet and continue.
LEVEL WOOD FLOOR SANDING PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS REQUIRED:
1. Orbiter floor machine
2. Drive pad holder or
drive pad brush
3. Brown scrub pad
4. Sandscreen 60 grit
5. Sandscreen 80 grit
6. Sandscreen 100 grit
7. Broom or dust mop
6. CLEAN BONNET IF SOILED
Rinse under running water to remove dirt and oils when both
sides become soiled. Then ring out.
8. Vacuum cleaner
9. Tack rags
7. REPEAT
Repeat steps 2 through 6 on the next 6’x6’ area of carpet
until entire carpet is completed.
8. VACUUM
Wait until powder is dry, then vacuum out the dry powder
and dirt. Time will vary depending on temperature and
humidity (approx. 30 minutes). You can walk on the carpet at
anytime. This process is safe for children and pets.
PROCEDURE:
1. Place #60 grit sandscreen disc under brown scrub pad held
in place with a pad holder. Sand the floor. Remove residue
by vacuuming or sweeping the floor in the same direction as
the boards.
9. To assure the maximum effectiveness of the Oreck Dry
Carpet™ Cleaner, make sure the container is TIGHTLY
resealed for freshness.
2. Place a #80 sandscreen disc under the brown scrub pad.
Sand the floor.
3. Sweep and vacuum the floor, then tack rag THOROUGHLY.
Don not clean an area of carpet larger than 6’x6’ at a time
because the cleaner will dry and lose effectiveness.
4. Apply finish according to manufacturer’s recommendations.
Repeat process for heavily soiled areas as needed.
5. Burnish between coats with #100 grit sandscreen disc.
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Scrubbing Procedure
Refinishing Floors
Residential Use
Residential Use
This procedure can be used on most types of hard floor surfaces,
EXCEPT WOOD FLOORS.
This procedure can be used on most types of hard floor surfaces,
EXCEPT WOOD FLOORS.
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS REQUIRED:
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS REQUIRED:
1. Orbiter
1. Orbiter floor machine
2. Drive Pad Holder
2. Drive Pad Holder
3. White Polish Pad
3. Brown scrub pad
4. Floor finish liquid
4. Orange scrub brush
5. Clean string mop, 16-20 oz. size
5. Broom or dust mop
6. Bucket and wringer
6. Cleaning solution
7. Disposable plastic bag
7. Small brown pad - HINT: Use “donut hole” from brown
scrub pad.
PROCEDURE:
8. Mops - 2 each (1 to apply/pick up cleaning solution and 1 to
rinse floor)
1. Place disposable bag inside of bucket with wringer. This will
protect floor finish from being contaminated and chemical
residue remaining in bucket.
9. Bucket and wringer
10. Wet-Dry vacuum (optional)
2. Pour quart size container of floor finish into the disposable
bag. Amount of floor finish depends on size of floor area to
be covered and number of coats to be applied.
PROCEDURE:
3. Dip the mop tip ONLY into the floor finish and wring out
lightly. Avoid dripping floor finish or splashing on walls.
1. Sweep floor area to be cleaned (broom or dust mop).
2. Mix cleaning solution according to manufacturer’s instructions
on container label for proper solution mixture.
4. Apply floor finish in thin even coats. Apply FIRST COAT of
floor finish along baseboard edges and cover remaining floor
area in an east-west direction.
HINT: Only first coat of floor finish need be applied
to baseboard edges.
3. Apply cleaning solution in a 6’ x 6’ area.
4. Let solution stand for 5 minutes, scrub floor with Orbiter floor
machine, pad holder and brown pad.
5. Allow floor finish to dry 20 minutes before applying second
coat.
5. Use scrub brush on floors with cracks and crevices.
6. Use small brown pad to reach in corners and around door
jambs.
6. Apply second coat of floor finish 1 tile width out from
baseboard. Application should be in a crossing direction to
the preceding coat.
7. Pick up dirty solution with mop or wet-dry vacuum.
DO NOT ALLOW CLEANING SOLUTION TO DRY ON
FLOOR.
8. Repeat Steps 3-6 until all floor area is cleaned.
7. Additional coats (3 and 4) of floor finish should be applied to
achieve the level of appearance desired. Four coats of floor
finish will provide extra protection to the floor surface.
9. Rinse floor area TWICE with clean water and clean mop.
8. Allow 24 hours for floor finish to harden before buffing.
10. Allow floor area to dry before applying new floor finish.
9. Buff floor to higher shine using Orbiter, Drive Pad Holder and
white polish pad.
PRECAUTIONS:
PRECAUTIONS:
1. Do not flood the floor area with cleaning solution or allow
solution to dry before pick-up.
1. When using NEW mops to apply floor finish, make sure to
rinse mop first. Foreign chemicals will affect the floor finish.
2. Use clean mop for final rinse.
3. Change rinse water frequently.
2. Completely submerging mop head into the floor finish
is a waste of product.
4. Use damp cloth to wipe off any splashes on walls or furniture.
3. Turn mop over frequently for even distribution of floor finish.
4. Do not allow mop to become dry; this will cause streaking.
5. Apply floor finish in thin even coats.
6. Do NOT pour floor finish and attempt to spread evenly. This
will cause dark spots and delay drying time.
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Bonnet Cleaning Procedure
Stripping Procedure
Residential Use
CARPET BONNET CLEANING PROCEDURE
This procedure can be used on most types of hard floor surfaces,
EXCEPT WOOD FLOORS.
This procedure can be used on most types of carpets.
METHOD 1 - FOR SPOTS OR SMALL AREAS
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS REQUIRED:
1. Orbiter floor machine
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS REQUIRED:
2. Drive pad holder
1. Orbiter floor machine
3. Black strip pad or brown scrub pad
2. Drive pad holder
4. Broom or dust mop
3. Carpet bonnet
5. Wax remover or stripping solution
4. Oreck Soil Release Spray
6. Small black pad - HINT: Use “donut hole” from black or
brown pad.
PROCEDURE:
7. Mops - 2 each (1 to apply/pick up stripping solution and 1 to
rinse floor)
1. Lightly spray Soil Release over spot in carpet or high traffic
area.
8. Bucket and wringer
2. Place pad holder on Orbiter and center on top of carpet
bonnet.
9. Wet-dry vacuum (for dirty and rinse water pick-up)
3. Work carpet bonnet over treated area.
PROCEDURE:
1. Sweep floor area to be stripped (broom or dust mop).
4. Turn carpet bonnet over when soiled and continue to clean
carpet.
2. Mix stripping solution according to manufacturer’s instructions
on container label for proper solution mixture.
5. When job is complete, clean carpet bonnet in washing
machine or hose off and allow to air dry.
3. Dip mop in stripping solution and apply to floor in a 6’ x 6’
area. Apply along baseboard edges first or where there is a
wax or dirt build-up.
METHOD 2 - FOR LARGE TRAFFIC AREAS
4. Let solution stand for 5 minutes, scrub floor with Orbiter floor
machine, pad holder and black or brown pad. Use small
black pad, “donut hole,” to reach in corners and around door
jambs.
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS REQUIRED:
1. Orbiter floor machine
2. Drive pad holder
5. To pick up dirty solution, use a mop or wet-dry vacuum. DO
NOT ALLOW STRIPPING SOLUTION TO DRY ON FLOOR.
3. Carpet bonnet
4. Liquid shampoo
6. Repeat steps 3-5 until all floor area is completely stripped.
5. Bucket and wringer
7. Rinse area TWICE with clean water and clean mop. Pick up
water with mop or wet-dry vacuum.
8. Allow floor to dry before applying new floor finish.
PROCEDURE:
PRECAUTIONS:
1. Mix liquid shampoo in bucket according to manufacturer’s
instructions.
1. Do not flood the floor with stripping solution or allow solution
to dry before pick-up.
2. Soak carpet bonnet in shampoo mix.
2. Use clean mop for final rinse.
4. Center Orbiter with pad holder on carpet bonnet.
3. Change rinse water frequently.
5. Turn machine on. Work carpet bonnet over soiled area.
4. Use damp cloth to wipe off any splashes on walls or furniture.
6. When carpet bonnet becomes dry, repeat Steps 2-5 until
carpet area is cleaned.
3. Wring out carpet bonnet until damp and place on carpet.
7. When job is complete, clean carpet bonnet in washing
machine or hose off and allow to air dry.
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Hard Floor Cleaning
Accessories
HEAVY-DUTY CLEANING FOR HARD SURFACE FLOORS
(except wood and marble)
DRIVE PADS
DRIVE PAD HOLDER (Black plastic with teeth)
FLOOR PADS
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS REQUIRED:
1. Orbiter floor machine
POLISHING PAD (White fiber)
5. Oreck O Monster® All Purpose Cleaner
7. Cleaning Solution
4. Brush
8. Mop & Bucket
SCRUB PAD (Brown fiber)
437049
STRIP PAD (Black fiber)
437071
For all floor pads, place either DRIVE PAD HOLDER or DRIVE PAD
BRUSH on Orbiter. Then place the pad on the floor and center
Orbiter onto the pad.
PROCEDURE:
FLOOR BRUSHES
This method uses Oreck O Monster® All-Purpose Concentrated
Cleaner to remove dirt, grease, oil, food, shoe scuff marks, and
general grime from hard flooring. The effectiveness of the
cleaning is a direct function of the concentration of the cleaning
agent and the aggressiveness of the pad or brush being used.
SHAMPOO BRUSH (Black bristle)
237049
Use with ORECK DRY SHAMPOO (OC8). This brush has specially
cut bristles to provide safe, soft action needed for carpet cleaning.
POLISHING BRUSH - UNION MIX (Tan bristles) 237048
1. VACUUM OR SWEEP FLOOR
Clean the floor with a broom or dust mop or Oreck vacuum
cleaner.
This polishing brush can be used to polish wood floors. This brush
will “blend” in excess floor wax, maintain an even coat of wax
and eliminate wax buildup.
2. MIX CLEANING SOLUTION
Mix the Oreck All-Purpose Concentrated Cleaner with warm
water according to the directions on the bottle.
SCRUB BRUSH (Orange bristles)
237047
This brush is used to clean ceramic and concrete and many tough
stains.
3. APPLY SOLUTION
Apply solution to floor in a 6’x6’ area. Do not flood the floor!
GRIT BRUSH (Hard green/gray bristles)
4. SCRUB WITH BROWN PAD OR BRUSH
Scrub floor with Orbiter using the Drive Pad Holder with the
Brown Pad or the Brush for grouted floors.
237056
This is an extremely aggressive brush used to scour tough stains
on concrete and asphalt.
All the floor brushes snap directly onto the Orbiter with no drive
pad. Remove the brushes from the machine after use so as not to
damage them.
5. REMOVE SOLUTION FROM FLOOR
Pick up dirty solution with a mop or wet-dry vacuum or use
the Orbiter with a carpet bonnet to mop. Do not allow
cleaning solution to dry on floor.
OTHER ACCESSORIES
LAMBS WOOL BONNET
6. FINISH
Rinse floor area with clean water and a clean mop. Change
water frequently.
437054
This bonnet is designed to provide the best possible shine on
wood, tile and vinyl floors. To install bonnet, place over the DRIVE
PAD HOLDER. Pull the drawstrings tight to prevent slipping. Tie a
bow and tuck the excess string inside the bonnet. After the floor
has been waxed, use the bonnet for everyday buffing to remove
scuff marks. When the bonnet becomes dirty, wash with soap and
water, wring it out and place it back on the DRIVE PAD HOLDER
to dry to its original shape.
Helpful Hints:
Clean Hard to Reach Places: Remove the center part of the
pad. Use this to scrub hard to reach areas such as corners
and around door jambs.
Do not flood the floor areas with cleaning solution.
CARPET SHAMPOO BONNET
Do not allow the cleaning solution ot dry on the floor before
pickup.
437053
This bonnet cleans the traffic lane and spots in the carpet without
wetting the entire carpet. Use with ORECK PREMIST (Part No.
24CPTSPR) or carpet shampoo. When one side of bonnet is dirty,
flip it over and use the other side. When bonnet is completely
soiled, hose off and air dry.
Use a clean mop for final rinse.
Change rinse water frequently.
Please check with your floor manufacturer’s remommendations
on how to clean your particular floor. Some floors require
certain procedures.
All word marks, logos, product configurations, and registered trademarks are
owned and used under the authorization of Oreck Holdings, LLC. © 2001
Oreck Holdings, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Printed in America
53303-01 REV B
09/02 ECN# R-6644
437051
For a higher polishing gloss use the LAMBS WOOL BONNET.
2. Black Drive Pad Holder 6. Broom or Dust Mop
3. Brown Pad
53178-51-0327
SAND SCREENS
The very best in floor sanding. For all sand screens, place either
DRIVE PAD HOLDER or DRIVE PAD BRUSH on Orbiter. Then place
the sand screen under any floor pad on floor and center Orbiter
onto the pad. The SAND SCREEN comes in 60 grit (SS12060),
80 grit (SS12080), 100 grit (SS12100) and 120 grit (SS12120).
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