Steam Buggy Operating Instructions

A Steam Buggy is a home steam cleaner that you use to clean a variety of surfaces, such as your stovetop, oven, upholstery, carpets, floors, windows and mirrors. The Steam Buggy uses attachments such as a Squeegee and a brush. It also has an extension wand to help reach ceiling fans and heating and air conditioning ducts. Besides cleaning your home, the Steam Buggy also steams wrinkles out of your clothing and drapes.

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Step 1

Unplug the Steam Buggy's power cord if it is not already unplugged from the electrical outlet. Pour warm tap water into a measuring cup (which is included) up to the fill line. Remove the reservoir cap,and pour the water into the Steam Buggy's reservoir. Replace the reservoir cap.

Step 2

Press the power switch to the "Off" position if it is not already set to "Off," and then plug in the power cord into an electrical outlet.

Step 3

Lift up the door on the front of the Steam Buggy, and insert one end of the steam hose nozzle, pushing it in until it is secure. You can use the nozzle by itself to direct steam to places you want to clean, or add an extension tube and an attachment.

Step 4

Insert one end of an extension tube into the steam hose nozzle. Line up the hole on the attachment you want to use with the protruding button on the extension tube until it locks in place. The attachments are a Squeegee, scrub brush tip, upholstery and floor brush, clothing steamer and two extension tubes.

Step 5

Press the power switch to the "On" position to turn on the Steam Buggy. Wait about one minute for it to warm up, then squeeze the steam trigger on the handle. Point the steam hose nozzle, or an attachment connected to an extension on the end of the steam hose nozzle, to an area you want to clean, and then brush or wipe it if using an attachment.

Step 6

Press the power switch to the "Off" position to turn it off.

Clothing and fabric

Step 7

Read labels on your clothing, drapes and other fabrics before using the Steam Buggy, so you'll know the best setting to use. Rotate the "Temperature Setting" dial to one of the five settings: "Nylon," "Silk," "Wool," Cotton" and "Silk." Position clothing or drapes to be ironed flat on an ironing board.

Step 8

Unplug the Steam Buggy if it is not already unplugged from the electrical outlet. If you have been using the Steam Buggy, wait five minutes for it to cool down before attaching the steam iron. Lift up the door on the front of the Steam Buggy and then press the release button to remove the steam hose and detach.

Step 9

Insert the male plug located at the base of the hose of the steam iron into the Steam Buggy.

Step 10

Press the power switch to the "On" position to turn on the Steam Buggy. Wait about one minute for it to warm up, and then squeeze the steam trigger on the handle. Press the iron against the fabric and push it across smoothly to remove wrinkles.

Step 11

Press the power switch to the "Off" position to turn it off.