The MACH V1 series is designed to clean both hard floors and carpets, and it can easily clean up a variety of dry materials and wet liquids. However, if you have noticed the cleaning performance of your MACH V1 series has not been ideal, please refer to the following solutions.
Most kitchen floors have multiple oil or food stains. It is recommended to turn on steam mode (only on the MACH V1 Ultra) and turn on the floor cleaner switch to easily clean and remove even the toughest stains on the kitchen floor.
Please note that steam mode is suitable for general cleaning, stubborn stains, and heavy oil stains. When it comes to cleaning stubborn stains, it is recommended to run the vacuum cleaner over stains slowly and let the steam nozzles spray the stains for up to 30 seconds in order to soften the stains. Please note that this method will produce a more effective cleaning result when it comes to removing stubborn stains.
If you use the MACH vacuum cleaner in the bathroom, it is recommended to turn on suction mode. This will provide better cleaning results and easily remove water stains on the bathroom floor, and it will dry quickly after mopping.
If there are dry materials on the floor, such as bread crumbs and hair, it is recommended to turn on suction mode before cleaning. This is mainly to prevent crumbs and hair from sticking to the roller brush.
Please note that suction mode is recommended when it comes to cleaning carpets, pet hair, dry materials, and when there is a lot of water on the ground. Simply press and hold the trigger on the vacuum to further increase the suction power to achieve optimal cleaning results.
The MACH V1 series has a strong suction power that can reach up to 16800pa. If there are wet liquids or tough stains on the floor, it is recommended to turn on smart mode for the best possible cleaning results and hold the trigger on the vacuum to increase further the suction power to achieve optimal cleaning results.
If you have any further questions, please contact MyAnker Support team for assistance.