Question about Scunci SS1000 Handheld Steam Cleaner
Hi, Elaine, W/D here.
Corroded items are difficult to break loose as the corrosion builds up a layer that binds the parts together. Try this, as I usually have good luck with this method:
Tap around the perimeter of the cap with a wooden hammer (like a meat hammer). Don't hit it too hard, you don't want to hit it like you're driving a nail, but somewhat softer. Then, try wiggling the cap open then closed. Once it breaks loose a bit, you'll find that it will move only so far, and then bind up again as the corrosion gets to a built up point. Back and forth, tap,tap, tap, back and forth....etc. You'll get the cap open a little more with each cycle, then it will finally open.
Best regards, --W/D--
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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