EN124770 EN124770
2 in 1 Steam Cleaner
Instruction Booklet: Please read these instructions carefully and retain
for future reference
Safety Instructions
Assembly and use
Cleaning and Maintenance
Safety Precautions for your steam cleaner
•To provide continued protection against risk of electric shock, connect to properly grounded
outlets only.
•Do not use outdoors.
• Your steam mop is intended for domestic household use only.
• Only use the attachments supplied with your steam mop. Others may cause hazards.
• Always unplug the mop from the power outlet when filling with water.
• Do not add detergents, chemicals, aromatic products, or solutions of any kind when filling
the mop with water as this may damage the mop or make it unsafe for use.
• The mop is switched on and heating once connected and turned on at the power outlet,
even if the steam on/off switch is in the off position.
• Always use a suitable tray when heating or cooling or at any time the mop is stationary for
more than 10 seconds, to avoid damage to surfaces. Should calcification occur, the white
‘halo’ effect can be removed using a decalcifying product or with a few drops of vinegar
applied directly to the area.
• Do not direct the steam jet toward people or pets as this could be harmful.
• Do not direct steam toward equipment containing electrical components, such as the inside
of ovens. It could damage the equipment and may cause serious injury.
• The safety pressure valve will automatically activate if the steam pressure becomes too
high in the steam chamber. This can be prevented by regular cleaning.
• Do not touch the lower part of the mop or the attachments when the mop has been in use
as these parts will be hot. Allow to cool before handling.
• Care must be taken when cleaning polished wooden floors. Do not use the mop on any
unsealed wooden flooring, including high traffic areas where the protective coating may be
worn down, as the steam may penetrate and damage the wood. Steam may also affect
flooring that has been treated with wax as it may be removed by the heat of the steam,
leaving the surface dull. If unsure, spot test a small inconspicuous area before proceeding.
• Always check the manufacturer's care and cleaning instructions before using the mop to
clean fabrics, soft furnishings and other surfaces, where possible.
• Do not use the utility head on any surface without a cloth fitted as it may damage or scratch
the surface.
• Always ensure the mop is unplugged and completely cool before cleaning the steam
• Allow the mop to cool completely before storing
•This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of this appliance by
a person responsible for their safety.
Additional Precautions
• Read carefully and save all the instructions provided with an appliance.
• Always turn the power off at the power outlet before you insert or remove a plug.
Remove by grasping the plug - do not pull on the cord.
• Turn the power off and remove the plug when the appliance is not in use and before
• Do not use your appliance with an extension cord unless this cord has been checked
and tested by a qualified technician or service person.
• Always use your appliance from a power outlet of the voltage (A.C. only) marked on the
• Close supervision is necessary when your appliance is being used near children or infirm
• Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• Never leave an appliance unattended while in use.
• Do not use an appliance for any purpose other than its intended use.
• Do not place an appliance on or near a hot gas flame, electric element or on a heated
oven. Do not place on top of any other appliance.
• Do not let the power cord of an appliance hang over the edge of a table or bench top or
touch any hot surface.
• Do not operate any electrical appliance with a damaged cord or after the appliance has
been damaged in any manner. If damage is suspected, return the appliance to the nearest
service centre for repair.
• Do not immerse the appliance in water or any other liquid.
• Use only as described in this manual. Use only manufacturer’s recommended accessories.
When using on stairs use extra caution.
230-240V ~ 50Hz
Water Tank Capacity:
Cord Length:
7 meters
Max work time per charge: 10 – 25mins
Net Weight:
Includes 3pc mop pad
A) Handle
B) Connection tube
C) Main body
D) Adjustment knob
F) Tank cover
G) Water tank
H) Mop head
I) Measuing cup
J) Garment Steaming Attachment
K) Window Cleaning Attachment
L) Micofiber cloth
This appliance must be earthed. Use only the proper type outlet when plugging in the
appliance; do not attempt to override the earth wire feature.
The steam mop is a new way of cleaning that is effective and far more hygienic than
conventional methods; the steam mop achieves a high degree of hygiene, and increases
cleansing power by converting water into steam using a polyester floor cloth which
enhances absorbency when contact is made with floor surfaces. Dirt and grime can be
eliminated in a matter of seconds since the mop uses the active power of steam without
the use of detergents or soap, making it environmentally friendly.
The Terratek Steam Cleaner has been designed to ensure a tight fit of the cleaning pad
which prevents any steam escaping, all steam is directed through the cleaning pad onto
the surface to be cleaned.
When used correctly this mop can kill dust mites and some types of bacteria. To disinfect
a specific area, position the steamer over the area for a minimum of eight seconds, the
steam temperature will reach too approximately 90-100ºC (194-212˚F).
Use this procedure to disinfect floors in bathrooms, showers, around kitchen counters,
pet sleeping quarters, etc., but not on hardwood floors.
Instructions for use
The mop function is designed to thoroughly clean floor surfaces, such as marble, ceramic,
stone, linoleum, sealed hardwood floors and parquet.
The steam cleaner function is also designed to thoroughly clean windows and can be used
to remove creases from fabrics.
WARNING: On surfaces that have been treated with wax, the wax may be removed by the
heat and steam action. Do not use on unsealed wood floors or let unit stand on any wood
floor for an extended period of time, this could cause the wood grain to lift. When using on
vinyl, linoleum or any other heat sensitive floors, use extra caution, too much heat can melt
down glue in the flooring, it is recommended that a sample cleansing be done on an inconspicuous area of the floor, it is also recommended that you check the use and care
instructions of the surface from the floor manufacturer to ensure suitability to steam cleaning.
This steam mop uses tap water, if you live in areas with hard water, you should use distilled
water for better performance.
For use on fabrics, ALWAYS check the manufacturers care label before use.
Use on a low steam setting and hold away from the fabric. Do not hold the steam cleaner
in one position on the fabric.
Lock pin
Window Cidaning Attachment
Garment Steaming Attachment
Inserrtion slot
Clamp step
Assembly and Use
1.Insert handle down into the connection tube; make sure the lock pin in correct position.
(Fig. A)
2.Insert connection pipe into the body, make sure it snaps in position. (Fig. A)
3.Attach head to body; make sure it snaps in correct position. (Fig. C)
4.Place the cleaning pad onto the mop head. The base of the mop head has Velcro strips
for quick and easy fixing of the cloth pad.
Note: Cleaning cloth is washable
Note: Do not operate without a cleaning cloth in place.
Note: Cleaning cloths without the Velcro fixing can be used by simply sliding the cloth
clamp into the middle of the head, wrapping the cloth up and over the edge of the mop
head and sliding the clamp back out again.
Note: ONLY use soft, clean cleaning cloths to prevent damage to your floor.
5.Pour water into the water tank (The MAX is 550ml, do not over fill. (Fig.B)
6.Unwrap the power cord completely and plug into an earthed outlet.
7.When plugged in, turn on switch, the LED light will come on. Turn the adjustable knob
to MAX position, wait about 15 seconds until you see steam coming out, your mop is
ready to use, slowly turn the knob to adjust the steam flow rate depending on the type
of floor to be cleaned. 8.Slowly move the steam cleaner back and forth across surface
to be cleaned, it is recommended to sweep or vacuum floor prior to using the steam mop.
9.When the steam mop stops emitting steam, after approximately 20 minutes of use, turn
off the steam mop and refill the water tank, turn on and continue cleaning.
10. When you have finished cleaning, unplug power cord from outlet, allow the cleaner to
cool, empty the water tank, carefully remove the cloth pad from the head, wrap cord
and store it upright in a dry area or hang on a storage hook.
NOTE: Do not plug another appliance on the same circuit to avoid circuit overload.
CAUTION: To sanitize a certain area of your floor, leave the steam mop over that area
for a minimum of 5 seconds, but no longer than 15 seconds, leaving the steam mop in
a stationary position for a longer period than recommended may cause the build-up of a
pale residue, this residue can be removed by using a decalcifying product or a few drops
of vinegar.
WARNING: NEVER run the steam mop without water. Never direct steam at any person
or animal. Use the steam mop on sealed hardwood floors only.
CAUTION: The cloth pad may be very hot, let mop cool down before touching.
Window Cleaning Attachment
Removing and replacing the head
Note: When removing and mounting the head, make sure you always unplug the power
outlet. Please do not remove and replace the head immediately after using, the head is
very hot, it will cause burns, possibly severe. Allow the body parts enough time to cool
down before disassembling and replacing.
1. Disassemble the mop head. Attach Garment Steaming attachment to body, make sure
it snaps in correct position. (Fig. D No.1 and No.2)
2. Insert window cleaning head into the garment steaming attachment, make sure to
insert in correct position – insertion slot. (Fig. D-No 3)
3. Push the window cleaning head to clamp step. Make sure it snaps in position. (Fig. D
No. 2 and No.3)
4. Check and ensure the window cleaning head is locked properly. (Fig. D No. 4)
CAUTION: Prior to cleaning or maintenance unplug cord from the power outlet.
Do not immerse the unit in water.
1.Cleaning pad can be machine washed in hot water and tumbled dry.
2.Wipe the steamer with a soft cloth.
To purchase spare cleaning pads contact info@terratekintl.com or 0844 8000031
Declaration of Conformity
We ACL Group (Intl.) Ltd, England DN6 8LZ declare that the Terratek Steam Cleaner has
been manufactured according to our full quality assurance procedures.
The declaration is to certify that it conforms to CE, EMC, LVD and RoHS directives:
EN55014-2:1997 +A1:2001 +A2:2008
All provisions of Annex 1 of Council Directive 2004/108/EC – EMC directive
EN60335-2-2:2003 +A1:2004 +A2:2006
EN60335-1:2002 +A11:2004 + A1:2004 + A12:2006 + A2:2006 + A13:2008
All provisions of Annex 1 of Council Directive 2006/95/EC – Low Voltage Directive
RoHs 2002/95/EC
Mr Alan Garnett, UK QA Manager
Environmental Protection
12 Months Limited Warranty
Here at ACL we are confident that you will be pleased with your purchase of the Terratek
Steam Cleaner. However if within 12 months from the date of purchase you experience
any problems due to defects in materials or manufacture, please contact us directly on
0844 8000031 for technical advice.
Should your product develop a fault, please follow these steps immediately:
• Call our technical helpline on 0844 8000031 for technical advice. Or for exchange or
refund please contact your place of purchase.
• This does not affect your statutory rights.
ACL Group (Intl) Ltd
Doncaster, England
Email: info@terratekintl.com
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