How do you adjust a squeegee?
Use the included wrench to loosen the nut on the wheel caster and adjust the height of the casters to change the squeegee pressure. Over time, the squeegee wheel will wear down somewhat, requiring this adjustment.
Why is my floor scrubber leaving streaks?
Damaged or worn blades will cause the scrubber to leave streaks or patches of water where the blade isn’t level with the floor. The Fix: Check the squeegee blade for damage or wear. If there is noticeable damage flip the squeegee blade over, or replace the blade.
What is a walk behind scrubber?
Walk-behind and rider floor scrubbers clean hard floors, such as tile, concrete, and marble. They can be used with or without floor polish or cleaners. Walk-behind models have handles and are manually maneuvered by the operator.
How do you clean a scrubber?
When you’re done doing dishes, hold the bristles under hot running water until all food particles are gone. Shake off any excess water and hang the brush to dry. If there is any sticky or greasy residue on the brush, rub a drop or two of dish detergent into the bristles. Rinse under hot running water and hang to dry.
How long do floor scrubber batteries last?
Most quality floor scrubber batteries, if used daily, will last 2 or 3 years. They will go longer than that but the run time quickly goes down. The key is proper maintenance. Never let the electrolyte level in lead acid batteries get low.
How do you clean a scrub sponge?
Mix 3/4 cup of bleach with a gallon of water in your kitchen sink and submerge your sponge in the mixture for five minutes. Simple as that! Soaking your sponge in bleach can kill 99.9% of three big strains of bacteria, plus it’s an easy way to clean your sink, too.
How often should you change your dish brush?
That’s why we recommend the 1-1-4 rule: Let your sponge dry out completely at least 1 time per week, sanitize your sponge in the dishwasher or microwave at least 1 time per week, and replace your brush or sponge once every 4 weeks.
How often should floor scrubbers be recharged?
Never assume that your bank is fully charged because the charger says it is. We suggest testing at least once a week for batteries that are discharged to 50% DoD. More often for lower DoDs.