iRobot Braava Mopping Robot
To keep your Braava in the best working condition, follow these maintenance steps.
Cleaning and Storing
- Use a dry cloth to wipe dust or dirt from Braava’s exterior. Do not rinse or submerge in water.
- Use a damp cloth to wipe off dust and dirt on tyres. Make sure that Braava is not plugged in and that the cloth is not dripping.
- Place Braava on its end (handle side down) when charging or storing between uses.
- For long term storage, remove the C batteries from the NorthStar Cube.
- As Braava cleans, debris may accumulate around the Wheel Guards. This helps keep Braava’s wheels moving freely.
- Periodically check Braava’s wheels to see if debris has accumulated, and remove as needed.
- A small notch next to the wheel allows access with tweezers or scissors if needed to free the debris.
Pro-Clean Reservoir Pad
- Hand rinse with water in the sink to clean. Do not put the reservoir pad in the dishwasher. Do not wash with soap.
- Let dry completely before re-attaching to Braava after cleaning is complete.
- The wick is designed for repeated use. Do not remove the wick cap between cleaning operations.
- If the wick cap becomes dirty or shows wear, it can be replaced.
- Remove the wick cap by pulling on the side rubber tab.
- Replace with a new wick cap, pressing firmly into place to create a tight seal to prevent leaking.
Removing or Changing the Battery
- With Braava® unplugged and pad the and cloth removed, place Braava® on a flat surface with its wheels facing up.
- Locate the battery compartment screw between the wheels.
- With a coin or flathead screwdriver, remove the screw and open the battery door.
- Lift the battery pack out of the robot and gently unplug the connector from the port.
- Plug the connector of your new Braava® battery pack into the port.
- Place the battery pack into Braava®, ensuring the connecting wires are tucked into the compartment.
- Reinstall the battery door and secure the screw using a flathead screwdriver or coin.
For more information, please visit: www.irobot.com/Braava300