A blocked nozzle on a Shark steam mop is a common problem reported by many users. Let’s learn how to clean it and the reasons behind it.
Similar Problem: Quick Fix – Shark Steam Mop Not Steaming
Cleaning Blocked Nozzle on a Shark Steam Mop
The remedies discussed below will only work if the mop’s heating element is working all right.
Test your machine. Follow the steps listed below if you didn’t get the desired results.
Reasons for Sharp Steam Mop Blocked Nozzle
Homeowners use tap water in cleaners that is rich in minerals like calcium and magnesium. These minerals attach to the nozzle and block the jets. Overtime, the deposits get bigger and stop steam from coming out.
Many people also use detergents in steam mop. It can also block the nozzle.