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MPN: S6001UK EAN: 0622356220668
Item number LVWE7
Easily clean your home’s hard floors with the Shark Klik n' Flip Steam Pocket Mop.Cleans and sanitises up to 99.9%* of common household bacteria.
Double-sided, machine-washable microfibre pads
It's dirt grip technology, to trap household dirt while delivering outstanding absorption.
Klik n’ Flip floorhead
With a quick flip of the mop head, you can clean and sanitise double the floor area. Perfect for all sealed hard floors including hardwood, marble, tile and stone.
Direct steam channeling
Steam is evenly distributed throughout the mop head, so you can be confident of a consistent, streak-free finish.
Steam Blaster mode
Flip the mop head to target stubborn, stuck-on messes with a direct blast of steam straight from the nozzle.
Clean with the power of steam, using water alone. Using a gentle pumping action to activate the steam, you’re in complete control of your clean.
Includes a 2-year guarantee upon registration with Shark.
*Sanitisation studies were conducted under controlled test conditions. Household conditions and results may vary. Klik n’ Flip Mop Head only when used with Steam Mop. Not in Steam Blaster mode. See Owner’s Guide for instructions.
|Product Description||Shark Klik n' Flip S6001UK - steam cleaner - stick - white/blue|
|Product Type||Steam cleaner|
|Max Power Consumption||1050 W|
|Dimensions (WxDxH)||12 cm x 10.5 cm x 120 cm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year|
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