If you own a Hizero Bionic mop, you may be tempted to use something other than water to clean with. But, as tempting as it is, it’s not a good idea.
The Hizero mop is compatible with water and the Hizero cleaning solution only. Using a cleaner other than water or the manufacturer’s cleaning solution can damage the mop, the surfaces you’re cleaning, and void your warranty.
Where to Buy Hizero Cleaning Solution
If you have a Hizero Bionic 4 in 1 mop and want to use something other than water, you can purchase the Hizero cleaning solution at Hizero USA or Amazon. You can find the disinfecting solution on the Hizero site and other scents on Amazon.
What is the Hizero Bionic 4 in 1 Mop?
The Hizero Bionic 4-in-1 mop combines four functions into one tool- sweeping, mopping, drying, and self-cleaning.
Here’s how it works:
The Hizero Bionic mop features a polymer roller that picks up hard debris and mops simultaneously. It features two water tanks – one for clean water and one for dirty water and keeps them separate, so you’re always mopping with clean water. As the mop cleans, it separates the dirty liquid from the larger, hard debris so that you can empty the compartments easily.
To use the mop, turn it on, and it will propel forward. In the forward motion, it sweeps and mops. If you move the mop backward, it will mop but won’t pick up debris or dirt.
After using the mop, you need to empty the hard waste tray and the dirty water tray. You must clean the brush at least once weekly to keep it running efficiently.
While the Hizero mop doesn’t disinfect on its own, you purchase Hizero’s line of disinfecting cleaners to use with your mop.
Can You Use Vinegar in a Hizero Bionic Mop?
According to the manufacturer, you should not use vinegar in a Hizero Bionic mop. The acetic acid in vinegar can damage the mop and void your warranty.
Can You Put Essential Oils in a Hizero Bionic Mop?
The Hizero website explicitly states not to use essential oils in the mop. Using anything other than water or Hizero cleaning solution can cause damage and void the warranty.
Katie Barton is the owner of Cabin Lane. She's also a home improvement writer for Bob Vila and Homedit. Her cleaning and organizing advice has been featured on Realtor.com, Yahoo News, GoBankingRates, and more. In her spare time, you can find her with a paintbrush in hand, searching for her next project.