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Is it ok, after scooba is done cleaning. To clean it out, filters etc, then put in new cleaning fluid and water, and set it to charge. So the next day, I can just hit start?
So I guess the question is, is leaving the clean tank, full of water and cleaning solution, ok for long periods of time?
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The Scooba cleans by using liquid that is gravity fed from the clean tank. There is no on/off valve, the liquid is always present if the tank is in place. The seal is nothing more than neoprene and plastic. You may not have an issue on a new Scooba but there is no way to determine when the seal may be compromised so it is safer to fill the tank when you are ready to run a cleaning session.
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