What Is Scooba

Put that mop and bucket away FOREVER! Like most IRobot(R) Corporation products Scooba(TM)serves one purpose, to mop your floors!

How Does Scooba Work?

  • First, you simply take Scooba's tank and fill it with water, then you add either Scooba cleaning solution or white vinegar.
  • Next, you place the tank back on the Scooba and press clean. Yes it really is that simple!

How Does Scooba Mop?

  • First, Scooba's small vacuum will pick up small debris off your floor.
  • Second, Scooba jets squirt a mist of cleaning solution and water on to your floor.
  • Third, Scooba's brush spins and gently scrubs any dirt off the floor.
  • Lastly, Scooba squeeges and sucks up dirty water - all in a SINGLE pass! When Scooba is done, he will play his victory tune letting you know its time to dump the dirty "evidence" down the drain.

Scooba is very easy to maintain. There are a few inlets that need to be cleaned and the brush easily pops out to be washed. All Scooba's, like Roomba, have the same cleaning design under the hood. The thing that differs is the size of the battery and accessories included. The one minor difference is that the Scooba 380 moves a little faster than the rest of the Scooba's but still cleans the same.

Will Scooba Work on My Floor? Most likely, if you can use a mop on that floor you can use Scooba on it. Some of these surfaces include Linoleum, Tile, etc. One surface that is not recommended to use Scooba on is laminate style flooring such as Pergo(TM)

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