SteamFresh
COMBI CLASSIC
VERSATILE CLEANING FOR
ALL AROUND THE HOME
LET’S GET STARTED.
S86-SF-CC
S86-SF-CCP
Let’s talk safety
Basic
safety
precautions
Don’ts
Do’s
This steam cleaner is intended for household use only and
NOT for commercial or industrial use.
WARNING: Danger of scalding
•Only use the steam mop indoors and keep the area you’re
cleaning well lit.
•Keep fingers, hair and loose clothing from moving parts
and openings whilst using the steam mop.
•This appliance can be used by persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction
•Don’t touch any hot areas/accessories on your steam mop.
It’s normal for the steam mop and accessories to heat up during
use, always allow them to cool down before handling.
•Don’t use the steam mop if it has been dropped, if there are visible
signs of damage or if it is leaking, if it has been immersed in
water or left outdoors.
•Don’t handle the plug or use the steam mop with wet hands.
•Don’t pull or carry this steam mop by the power cord.
•Don’t leave this steam mop unattended while it is connected
to the supply mains.
•Don’t aim the steam mop at people, animals, plants and electrical
•Always make sure the concentration nozzle and accessories are
securely connected to the handheld before use.
•Always fill the clean water tank with water only, never add
perfume, stain remover or products containing alcohol.
Filling the clean water tank with hot or boiling water will
damage the machine and invalidate your guarantee.
•Always make sure tanks are fitted correctly before using
the steam mop.
•Always vacuum your carpets thoroughly and ensure hard floor
areas are free from grit and debris before using the steam mop.
•Always carry the steam mop by the handle.
•Always unplug the steam mop before carrying out any
maintenance or when unattended.
•Take extra care when cleaning on stairs.
concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not play with the appliance.
•Please refer to floor manufacturers care recommendations before use, and test
your flooring/carpet/rugs by running the steam mop over a small hidden area,
if no pile distortion or no damage occurs continue cleaning. Not suitable for use
on wax polished floors or furniture, acrylic surfaces and synthetic, velvet or
steam/water sensitive materials.
•This steam mop should not be used to clean electrical appliances such
as microwaves, oven, televisions and electrical heating systems etc.
•Only Vax recommend cloths and detergent should be used with this steam
mop. Using other detergents will invalidate the guarantee.
components such as interior of ovens or wires. Never touch the steam burst
or floorhead from a short distance (there is a risk of scalding).
•Don’t use the power cord as a handle, pull the power cord around corners
or sharp edges or close a door over the power cord.
•Don’t attempt to remove blockages with sharp objects as this may cause
damage to the steam mop, remove blockages only as instructed in this guide.
•Don’t unplug steam mop by pulling on the power cord or run over the power
cord. If the power cord or plug is damaged please contact out Customer Care
Line on 0330 026 8455 (Mon-Fri 8:30am to 6:30pm, Sat 9:00am to 5:00pm).
•Don’t use the steam mop with incorrect voltage as this may result in damage
or injury to the user. The correct voltage is listed on the ratings label.
•Turn off all controls on the steam mop before disconnecting or connecting
the power cord, after use always wrap the power cord around the cord
clips provided.
•Always replace the fuse in the plug with a British 13amp fuse.
•Always protect the power cable from heated surfaces or near open flames.
•Use only CE approved 13amp extension cords, non-approved extension cords
may overheat.
•Care should be taken to arrange the extension cord as it could be a trip hazard.
•Store the steam mop in a cool, dry area away from children.
•Before storing the steam mop please ensure all water/detergents tanks and hard
water filter are thoroughly clean and dry.
•Keep the appliance out of reach of children when it is energised or cooling down.
PLEASE KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FURTHER USE AND USE ONLY
AS INSTRUCTED IN THIS GUIDE.
Thank you for buying this steamer
Taking care of your sealed hard floors and surfaces
This product is designed to make steam cleaning your hard floors and surfaces regularly,
as effective and efficient as possible, and this user guide will help you get the most out
of your machine.
Maintaining your hard floors and surfaces with this product will ensure they keep looking
beautiful, smell fresh and are hygienically clean.
Taking care of your steamer
Also inside this guide are instructions on maintaining your new machine, so that it’s always ready
when you are to tackle your hard floors and surfaces.
Taking care of you
We’re here if you need us. Instead of taking me back
to the shop, simply visit:
vax.co.uk/support or call:
(UK) 0330 026 8455 (ROI) 1-800 928 308
Monday-Friday 8:30am to 6:30pm, Saturday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Calls are charged at the UK local rate. Please make a note of the serial number and model number
of the product before calling.
Alternatively, you can write to us at:
Vax Ltd., Plot 302, Stonebridge Cross Business Park, Hampton Lovett, Droitwich,
Worcestershire, WR9 0LW, UK
This user guide can be found online at: vax.co.uk/support
Let us know what you think @VaxUK
Contents
Let’s talk safety
Getting to know your machine
Getting started
Using your machine
Taking care of your machine
What to do if it goes wrong
Getting in touch
Steam Fresh Combi Classic
(Included in all models)
Included with your
machine
Microfibre
Cleaning Pad
Carpet Glider
Metal Brush
Small Plastic Brush
Large Plastic Brush
Window Tool
Window Tool Cloth
Scraper Nozzle
Accessories
Concentration Nozzle
Notes
Grout Brush
Detail Nozzle
Accessory Bag
250ml Detergent
Steam Fresh Combi
Classic Pet
(Includes all the above plus)
Pet Pad
250ml Pet
Detergent
(Instead of 250ml
Detergent)
Getting to know your machine
Handle
Detergent trigger (hidden)
Concentration
nozzle storage
Handle release button
Detergent tank
Handheld release button
Handheld steam trigger
Quick cord
release hook
Detergent control dial
Steam ready indicator
Plug storage
On/Off switch
Tool storage
Water tank
Quick cord
release hook
Hard water filter (hidden)
Floorhead
Floorhead
release button
Carpet glider
Technical Specification
Accessories & Consumables*
Name Stream Fresh Combi Classic
Name Stream Fresh Combi Classic Pet
Voltage 220-240
Wattage 1400-1600w
Cord length 7m
Weight 3.7kg
Microfibre Cleaning Pads
(Type 1)
1-1-131448-00
Pro Cleaning Pads (Type 6)
1-1-132319-01
Coral Cleaning Pads (Type 3)
1-1-131643-00
Subject to technical change without notice.
*To purchase consumables and accessories, please visit vax.co.uk
Carpet Glider (Type 3)
1-1-133527-00
Hard Water Filter (Type 4)
1-1-133719-00
Getting started
PLEASE READ ‘LET’S TALK SAFETY’ AT THE BEGINNING BEFORE USE
Before you Begin
CAUTION
• The steamer and accessories get very hot during use, always allow them to cool down before handling.
• Always unplug and switch off the steamer when assembling.
• Always switch off the steamer before emptying the water tank or changing the cloths/accessories.
IMPORTANT
• Please refer to floor manufacturer’s care recommendations before use and test the steamer on a hidden area of flooring
to begin with.
• Test for colour fastness in a small hidden area of upholstery/fabric to check for colour removal before use.
• When using the steamer, basic safety precautions should always be observed.
• Don’t aim the steamer at people, animals, plants and electrical components or wires. Never touch the steam jet
or floorhead from a short distance (there is a risk of scalding).
• The steamer is equipped with a thermostat and a thermal cut-out. If for any reason the steamer overheats it will switch off.
If this happens turn off and unplug the steamer, allow to cool for at least 2 to 4 hours and re-try.
Assembling your steamer
Push the main body down
into the floorhead until it
clicks into place.
Stand the steamer upright
by pushing the main body
forward to lock into position.
Insert tools into the back
of the steamer.
Insert concentration nozzle
into the storage hook on the
back of handle.
Push the handle into main
body until it clicks into place.
Using your machine
IMPORTANT
• If you don’t want to use detergent on your flooring, turn detergent dial to OFF position.
• Always test on an inconspicuous area of flooring first before using detergent.
• Don’t over fill the clean water/detergent tanks or exceed the maximum amount required.
• Don’t use the steamer without water in the water tank. Always top up with water in good time.
Filling water tank
Press the water tank release
buttons and pull the water
tank to remove.
Pull the tab on the water tank
cap to open.
Fill the water tank with
260ml of water, replace the
cap and push firmly to close.
Slide the water tank back into
the machine until it clicks
into place.
Filling detergent tank
Press the release buttons
and pull the detergent
tank to remove.
Replace the detergent
tank cap and twist
clockwise to close.
Twist the detergent tank
cap anti-clockwise and lift
to remove.
Replace the detergent tank
back into the steamer and
push until it clicks into place.
Pour 50ml of Vax detergent
and 150ml of water into the
detergent tank.
Using your machine
IMPORTANT: Never use the steamer without a cleaning pad attached to the floorhead. Never leave the steamer on one spot
for an extended period of time or with a damp or wet microfibre pad attached as this may damage the floor surface.
Using the steamer
Place the microfibre pad
on the floor, white side facing
up. Place steamer onto pad
making sure the entire pad
covers the floorhead.
Plug into mains and twist
On/Off control dial to ON.
The blue light will illuminate
to indicate power on. The
green light will illuminate
to indicate the steamer
is ready to use.
To steam your floors with
detergent turn the dial to
ON and without detergent
turn the dial to OFF.
Place your foot onto the
floorhead and pull handle
backwards to recline.
To produce steam squeeze
the trigger in short bursts.
Don’t hold the trigger
continuously to prevent
over wetting floors.
Move the steamer slowly
backwards and forwards
across the floor paying
particular attention to high
traffic areas. Squeeze
/release trigger as required.
Hold corner of pad down
with your foot and lift
steamer to peel away.
Always switch OFF the
steamer when fitting the
microfibre cleaning pads.
CAUTION
Using your machine
IMPORTANT: When using on carpets, always make sure the microfibre cleaning pad is used and covers the floorhead
entirely before using the carpet glider.
Only use the carpet glider when refreshing carpets and turn the detergent dial to OFF.
Refreshing carpets
Place the microfibre pad on
the floor white side facing
up. Place steamer onto pad
making sure the entire pad
covers the floorhead.
With microfibre pad attached,
push steamer into front
of the carpet glider, then place
back of the floorhead into
the clip. The carpet glider
should only be used when
refreshing carpets.
Place your foot on floorhead
and pull handle backwards
to recline.
To produce steam squeeze
the trigger in short bursts.
Don’t hold the trigger
continuously to prevent
over wetting carpet.
Plug into mains and twist On
/Off control dial to On.
Turn the detergent dial to OFF
when refreshing carpets.
Move the steamer slowly
backwards and forwards
across the carpet paying
particular attention to high
traffic areas. Squeeze/
release trigger as required.
To release the carpet
glider, place your foot on
clip and push down. Lift
steamer to remove.
Using your machine
CAUTION: Always switch off the steamer before attaching the concentration tool and accessories.
IMPORTANT: The handheld is to be used with water only, putting detergent into the water tank can cause damage.
Always check the tools are clean and free from debris, don’t use if damaged, broken or worn.
Using the handheld steamer
Lift the handheld release
button and gently pull the
handheld to release from
the steamer.
Remove water tank and fill
before use.
When using the handheld, always attach the
concentration tool. Push the concentration tool
onto the handheld nozzle and twist clockwise
to lock into position.
Plug into mains and twist On/Off
control dial to On.
To produce steam squeeze the
trigger in short bursts. Don’t hold
the trigger continuously to prevent
over-wetting.
To re-attach the handheld to the steamer, align
the handheld with the steamer, lift the handheld
release button and slide the handheld back into
the steamer until it clicks into place, taking care
not to trap the power cord.
Attaching small tools
Small tools can be attached via the concentration
tool. Twist clockwise until locked into position and
secure. Turn anti-clockwise to remove.
After attaching your
chosen tool gently pull
to make sure it’s
locked into place.
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Taking care of your machine
IMPORTANT: Allow the steamer to fully cool down before performing any maintenance or troubleshooting checks. Don’t leave water
or detergent in the tanks between uses, as this can effect the steamer’s performance, the water/detergent tanks need to be emptied
and rinsed after each use.
IMPORTANT: Don’t use bleach or fabric softener when washing the microfibre cleaning pad. Always allow the steamer to fully
cool down before removing the microfibre cleaning pad.
Emptying the water/detergent tanks
To remove the water tank
press both water tank
release buttons, and pull
to remove.
Pull the tab on the water
tank to open.
Empty any excess water
over the sink.
Rinse water tank with water and
replace water tank tab, push firmly
to close before replacing back onto
the steamer.
Empty any excess
detergent over the sink.
Rinse detergent tank with water,
replace detergent tank cap and turn
clockwise to tighten. Replace the
detergent tank back onto the steamer.
Emptying the detergent tank
Press the release buttons
and pull the detergent
tank to remove.
Twist detergent tank
cap anti-clockwise and
lift to remove.
Removing cleaning pads
Storing your steamer
Max 40°C
Using your foot, hold the corner
of the microfibre cleaning pad
down, lift steamer to peel away.
The microfibre pad is machine
washable (Max 40⁰C) allow
to fully dry before use.
Wrap the power cord around the
quick cord release hooks and insert
the plug into the plug storage socket.
Taking care of your machine
IMPORTANT: Don’t operate the steamer without hard water filter in place. The condition of the filter affects the performance of your
steamer, check and change filter periodically. If you live in a hard water area the filter will discolour or darken over time. Depending on
water hardness and frequency of use, the filter should be changed every 3 to 6 months (or if the filter has discoloured).
Replacing the hard water filter
3-6 Months
Remove the water tank
to access the hard
water filter.
Pull to remove the hard
water filter.
New filter
(beige/cream colour).
To remove the floorhead
from main body push the
floorhead release button
and lift.
After floorhead is removed,
using a thin object such as
a paper-clip (in the area
shown), insert to remove
the blockage.
Hard water filter should
be replaced every 3 to 6
months or if discoloured.
Removing blockages
If there is an obstruction
to the steam flow through
the machine, steam may be
released through the bleed
valve located on the side of
the handheld.
With the pad removed
from the floorhead, insert
a small thin object such
as a paper-clip in to the
steam holes to remove
a blockage.
What to do if it goes wrong
Problem
Solution
• Check the box for list of contents to make sure the part is included
with your steamer.
Is there an
accessory missing?
• Check the On/Off control dial.
The steamer has
no power.
• The plug may not be fully pushed into the electrical socket.
• Check the fuse in the plug if this needs replacing, always replace with
a British 13amp fuse.
• There may be no water in water tank, check the water tank has water.
Why is the steamer
not producing steam
/detergent?
• Check the water tank is securely fitted and the hard water filter is in place.
• Hard water filter may be blocked or discoloured and needs to be replaced.
• Make sure the handheld is fitted securely in the steamer.
• The water may not yet be at temperature, the green indicator light will be
illuminated when it is ready.
• Steam path may be blocked. Go to ‘Let’s talk technical’.
• Detergent must not be used in the handheld. Putting detergent into the water
tank can cause damage to the steamer.
• Check correct setting has been selected on detergent dial, turn dial to ON.
• Check the detergent has been diluted to correct strength.
• The microfibre pad may already be saturated or dirty. Wash the
microfibre cleaning pad, go to ‘Taking care of your machine’.
Why won’t the microfibre
pad pick up dirt?
Why is steam coming
from the side of steamer?
• Steam coming from the side of the steamer indicates a blockage.
To clear any blockages Go to ‘Let’s talk technical’.
Warning: Always unplug the steam mop before performing maintenance/troubleshooting checks.
Getting in touch
† Registration required. Terms and conditions apply, see vax.co.uk for details.
* Calls are charged at the UK local rate. Please make a note of the serial number and model number of the product before calling.
Using your Accessories
Using the accessory tools
Concentration Nozzle
A concentrated flow of steam
to lift grime. Use on any sealed
surface in the home or car to tackle
stubborn stains. The nozzle allows
a powerful jet of steam to remove
dirt even in hard to reach places.
Brushes
A hard–wearing brush for use
on sealed surfaces. Always test
a hidden area before use.
Squeegee Tool Window/Shower Tool
Clean your windows and mirrors
quickly and easily. The Squeegee
Tool disperses Steam evenly to any
glass surface, including shower doors,
ovens glass and in your car. You can
then swipe dry to avoid streaks.
Upholstery Tool
Attach the cloth to the Window Tool
for use on upholstery and clothes.
Grout Brush
A wide straight brush to tackle
grout on tiled floors and surfaces.
This lifts embedded dirt from
in between tiles and grouting.
Carpet Glider
A detachable Carpet Glider
accessory which adapts the
floorhead and enables you to make
a seamless transition between
cleaning hard floors and carpets.
This can be used on all carpeted
areas around the home.
Detail Nozzle
For those hard to reach
places all around the home.
This super-concentrated steam
nozzle fits in small crevices at
a 45° degree angle for easy access.
Use to clean taps, under rails
and radiators quickly and thoroughly.
Scraper Tool
Perfect for shifting dried on
or stubborn residue from ovens,
work surfaces, bathroom surfaces
and even pots and pans.
Metal Brush
Strong metal bristles to lift resilient
grime from tough surfaces. Use
when deep cleaning your oven, wire
racks or BBQ to make light work of
difficult cleaning tasks. Not for use
on soft or delicate surfaces such as
material or upholstery.
Also available 360° Steam Tools
Order at: www.vax.co.uk/spares-and-solutions
Conversion starter kit (Type 1) – 1-1-137249
Our 360° Connector enables you to access all areas with steam. It twists, so that you don’t have
to — making steam cleaning easier on the wrist! Your 360° tools attach to this connector,
so keep it safe. The 360° Tool Adapter attaches to your Steam Fresh Combi so you can
then attach your 360° Connector. 1 x 360° Connector & Adapter, 1 x Soft Scrub Brush,
1x Precision Tool.
Clean & Scrub Kit (Type 1) – 1-1-137101
All you need to clean and scrub at all angles. 360° Steam Tools provide full rotational cleaning.
This kit includes: 1 x Pro Clean Pad and 1 x Microfibre Pad for general cleaning, 1 x Deep Scrub
Brush, 1 x Soft Scrub Brush and 1 x Grout Brush for cleaning tough stains around the home.
A free accessory bag is also included.*
*Must purchase Conversion Starter Kit, in order for the Clean and Scrub Kit to fit.
Multi-Surface Kit (Type 1) – 1-1-137102
All you need to tackle awkward crevices and a multitude of surfaces around the home.
360° Steam Tools provide full rotational for cleaning at all angles. The kit includes: 1 x Window Tool
and Pad (for glass, mirrored or shiny surfaces), 1 x Deep Scrub Brush and 1 x Grout Brush,
1 x Extension Hose (for extra flexible reach) and 1 x Flexi-Tool with 2 x Microfibre Socks
(for tackling a multitude of surfaces and awkward nooks and crannies). A free accessory bag
is also included.*
*Must purchase Conversion Starter Kit, in order for the Multi-Surface Kit to fit.
Consumables
360° Window Pads – 1-1-137252
Contains 4 x replacement Window Pads for your 360° Window Tool. Pads are machine washable.
360° Scrub Pads – 1-1-137251
Contains 4 x replacement Microfibre Pads and 4 x replacement Pro Cleaning Pads. Pads are
machine washable.
360° Flexi-Tool Socks – 1-1-137250
Contains 2 x replacement Microfibre Socks for your 360° Flexi-Tool. Socks are machine washable.
PLEASE NOTE: Actual colours of accessories may vary.
Accessories
Also available 360° Steam Tools for your handheld steamer
Order at: www.vax.co.uk/spares-and-solutions
360° Steam Tools provide everything you need to clean a multitude of surfaces – rotating at 4 angles through 360°,
they do the twisting so you don’t have to.
Below is a selection of other 360° Steam Tools for you to enhance your steam cleaning experience. We have also
put together some handy tool kits on the previous pages. The Conversion Starter Kit is required in order to connect
the 360° Steam Tools to your Steam Fresh Combi.
Using the 360° Steam Tools
Precision Tool
Ideal for hard to access areas such as corners or around taps. The concentrated jet
of steam penetrates heavily soiled areas removing soap scum in baths and shower
enclosures and blasting away grease and grime from hobs and cookers.
Soft Scrub Brush
Agitates dried on grease and grime and removes build up of dirt. Perfect for use on
cookers and hobs, sinks, taps, worktops and more with minimal effort. The soft bristles
tackle dirt and are ideal for more delicate surfaces. The integrated scraper edge helps
remove stubborn dried on stains without having to change the tool.
The Pads
Tackle everyday surfaces easily with the 360° cleaning pads. Both are easy to attach and detach, and machine-washable
for re-use.
Microfibre Pad
The Microfibre Pad captures dirty water and spills, and is ideal for cleaning
a variety of surfaces.
Uses: worktops, sinks, cupboards, tables, doors, shelves and much more.
Pro Cleaning Pad
The Pro Cleaning Pad has a textured surface to tackle stuck-on dirt, and is ideal
for those grimier jobs.
Uses: oven doors, hobs, tiles, baths, child seats, work surfaces and much more.
Accessories
The Brushes
The 360° steam brushes help you tackle dirt and grime. They are easy to attach and detach, with a rounded bristle head
that makes reaching awkward angles and small crevices even easier.
Deep Scrub Brush
The Deep Scrub Brush has tough, strong bristles that help tackle more stubborn dirt
and grime. The specially designed ‘scraper edge’ helps you to remove stuck-on dirt
without changing tools.
Uses: oven doors and hobs, grills, taps, work surfaces and much more.
Grout Brush
The Grout Brush is the tool you need for tackling dirt, mould and mildew on tile grout.
The slim bristle head design means you can target the grout line with ease.
Uses: tile grout in all areas.
The Window Tool
The Window Tool is perfect for cleaning glass and other mirrored
surfaces. It is designed to give edge to edge steam distribution,
for a more even steam clean. Use with the squeegee side first
to clean and wipe away excess water, and then rotate to use
the window pad to dry the surface. The pad is easy to attach
and detach, and machine-washable for re-use.
Uses: windows, shower screens, tiles, mirrors and other similar surfaces.
The Flexi-Tool
The Flexi-Tool is our ultimate steam cleaning tool for a multitude of tasks.
The long, thin, flexible design helps to reach into crevices or tackle large
flat surfaces quickly. It comes with 2 coloured Microfibre Socks (one
for upholstery/fabrics and one for hard surfaces), allowing you to easily
switch between cleaning tasks.
Uses: between blinds, kitchen appliances and cupboard door handles,
as well as worktops, cupboards, curved shower screens, curtains,
car seats and much more.
IMPORTANT: Always support the handheld by the handle when using the hose.
The Flexible Extension Hose
The Flexible Extension Hose attaches to your handheld to provide some extra cleaning
reach. Use with the 360° connector and Steam Tools for high or hard to reach areas.
Using your Conversion Starter Kit
with your steamer
Using the 360� connector with cleaning tools
To attach cleaning tools to the 360⁰ connector, line
up the edge of the tool with the 360⁰ connector and
in a hinge like manner rotate the tool until it clicks
securely in place.
1
2
To remove the tool from the 360⁰ connector,
push the release tab at the front of the tool.
3
4
Slide the rotation collar forward and rotate the 360⁰ connector to the most suited cleaning position.
With the adaptor and cleaning tool attached to the
360⁰ connector, insert it into the handheld.
Twist the adaptor clockwise and listen for the
locking click.
To remove the 360⁰ connector, slide the release
button forward and un-twist the adaptor.
Then grip the adaptor and pull it away from
the handheld.
Attaching and detaching the hose
Push the end of the hose into the
adaptor. Then insert the hose and
adaptor into the handheld nozzle,
until it clicks into place. Make sure
the locking clip on the flexi-hose is
securely attached by gently pulling
the flexi-hose.
Push and attach the 360⁰ connector
with tool attached into the other end
of the flexi-hose until it clicks into
place. Make sure the locking clip is
securely attached by gently pulling
the 360⁰ connector.
Press the unlocking button on the
flexi-hose and pull to remove the
hose from handheld.
Notes
Notes
GET IN TOUCH
0330 026 8455
info@vax.co.uk
vax.co.uk
VaxVacuums
@VaxUK
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the S86-SF-CC and S86-SF-CCP are manufactured in compliance with the following Directives: Safety: 2006/95/EC Low
Voltage Directive. EMC: 2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive.
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