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All about your Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner

Welcome to your dedicated Owner's space. Here you'll find helpful set-up tips and maintenance advice, how-to videos, and your user manual.

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Getting set up

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Everything you need to know about your Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner.

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Dock set-up and charging

A docking station is included to store and charge your machine between cleans.

  • A user's hands assembling the docking station

    Setting up the floor dock

    It's vital to set up your floor dock correctly to ensure the machine is sufficiently charged for each clean.

  • The Dyson WashG1 standing and charging on the floor dock

    Charging your battery

    It's important to fully charge the battery before first use to help future battery monitoring and run time.

Know your controls

Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner has an LCD screen to help you monitor your clean. It also has buttons for hydration modes and to power on/off.

The LCD user interface of the Dyson WashG1

Choose hydration level

Press the mode button to cycle through the menu:

1. Light cleaning and small spills.
2. Debris, hair and moderate stains.
3. Tough, dried-on stains and messy spills.

In any mode, you can press MAX for extra hydration on stubborn dirt.

A water droplet icon in the LCD user screen

Alerts on the LCD screen

The LCD screen displays helpful alerts to assist cleaning and maintenance, such as run time, battery life, emptying the Dirty water tank, and replacing the microfibre rollers.

A Self-clean alert icon on the Dyson WashG1 LCD screen

Care after every clean

A few routine steps will help to maintain your machine's performance for years to come. Watch our video guides below.

Running the Self-clean cycle

1. Empty the Debris tray and water tanks.
2. Fill Clean tank to MAX.
3. Select Self-clean to start the cycle.
4. Empty the Debris tray and water tanks.

In just 140 seconds, your machine is ready. Simply refill with clean water before its next clean.

A user selecting the Self clean cycle as the machine sits on the dock.

Emptying the Dirty water tank and the Debris tray

The LCD screen alerts you when the Dirty water tank is full. And our hygienic no-touch disposal lets you simply pour away the dirty water, then empty any Debris tray contents straight into the bin.

A user emptying the Dirty water tank into the sink and the Debris tray contents into the bin

Deep cleaning and maintenance

Washing the water tanks

Regularly rinse both dirty and clean water tanks, and dry with a cloth. The smooth inner surfaces make cleaning easy and reduce dirt build-up.

A user washing the tank under a running tap

Cleaning the Debris tray

Stones or other small debris may become trapped. If this occurs, remove by following these simple steps.

And to remove any limescale, we recommend cleaning the filter mesh every six months.

  • A user's hand lifting the red inner section away from the outer shell of the Debris tray

    1. Remove the red inner section

    Check for trapped debris in the small crevices on each side of the red surface, and remove.

  • A user rinsing the red inner section under a running tap

    2. Rinse under a tap

    After removing trapped debris, rinse both inner and outer parts of the Debris tray under a tap.

  • The outer shell of the Debris tray being left to dry

    3. Dry thoroughly

    Wipe both parts with a cloth to remove any remaining debris and excess water. Dry thoroughly before reassembling into the cleaner head.

Washing the microfibre rollers

After every few uses, check the rollers. If there's any debris, it's time to wash your rollers manually:

Remove debris, wash rollers with warm water and detergent. Rinse and squeeze to remove excess water, and leave to dry thoroughly before use.

A user rinsing the microfibre rollers and secondary roller brush bars under a tap

Replacing the microfibre rollers

Rollers last for around 6 months, depending on usage. Check the rollers' lifetime counter on the LCD screen menu.

Shop direct here at Dyson.com.au for genuine rollers.

The Dyson WashG1 standing on a clean hard floor, next to two replacement microfibre rollers

Additional Machine Support

  • A user holding the Debris tray

    How to replace the Debris tray rubber strips

  • A user unscrewing the Wand handle

    How to replace the handle

  • A user pointing to where the Check valve and cover have been removed

    How to replace the Check valve and cover

Frequently asked questions

Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner is Dyson’s first dedicated wet floor mop for hard floors, picking up both wet and dry debris.

Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner has counter-rotating motorised rollers – instead of vacuum suction – to separate large debris from liquids. Vacuum motors may also expel air back into the room which could cause odours. It also has a unique separation system where secondary brush bars with nylon bristles remove large debris and hair from the rollers – while extraction plates squeeze off moisture. Debris collects in a removable tray, and waste liquid is pumped into a separate Dirty water tank.

Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner has 3 modes (levels 1, 2 and 3), plus a MAX setting. Levels 1 and 2 are for dry dust, hair and fibre and low viscosity spillages. Level 3 is for dry debris and high viscosity spillages. MAX setting is for stubborn dirt. You can switch between modes using the silver button. For MAX setting hold down the blue button. Level 1 is recommended for everyday quick cleans and on delicate flooring.

Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner picks up and separates both wet and dry debris, and hair - vacuuming is not necessary prior to use on hard floors.

Dyson WashG1™ always uses hydration when cleaning, if you want to dry vacuum only we recommend the use of one of our Dyson Cordless stick vacuums. You will need a vacuum cleaner for your carpets, upholstery, mattresses, pet beds, countertops, and inside your car.

This hard floor cleaner has the capacity to clean everything from fine dust, small debris and hair, to splashes and spillages, all the way to heavier liquid substances such as ketchup, syrup and oil mist – even stubborn stains such as dried food and toothpaste.

The Clean water tank has a 1 litre capacity whilst the Dirty water tank has a 0.8 litre capacity.

Up to 290sqm, based on Dyson internal calculation with no repeated cleaning on the same area, with 0.5m/s speed. Actual area coverage may vary depending on habits and floor types. We recommend using hydration level 1 to achieve maximum floor coverage on a single fill.

The Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner doesn’t need to be cleaned manually after every clean. Instead, we recommend using the floor mop’s Self-clean function after each use. We also recommend cleaning the Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner manually after every three uses.

Place the machine on the dock after each clean, to store and charge, ready for next time.

The Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner is our first dedicated wet floor cleaner, engineered to wash hard floors with up to 290sqm coverage on a single tank.¹ The Dyson V15s Detect Submarine™ wet and dry vacuum is Dyson’s multifunctional vacuum cleaner which includes a precision-engineered wet roller head with up to 110sqm coverage, dust illumination and anti-tangle technologies.

Turn the machine on and off via the red power button underneath the UI screen.

No, Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner is Dyson’s first dedicated wet floor cleaner for hard floors, picking up both wet and dry debris.

Apart from the charging dock, the Dyson WashG1™ wet cleaner has everything you need onboard. No additional accessories.

No, this machine is engineered as a hard floor cleaner only.

When using floor cleaning solutions, do use gentle, low-foaming common household detergents and do not use bleach. Be sure to follow the solution’s specific direction for dilution - with a 1L clean water tank you shouldn't require any more than 1Tbsp of solution. We also recommend adding the solution after filling the clean water tank.

1Based on Dyson internal calculation with no repeated cleaning on the same area, with 0.5m/s speed. Actual area coverage may vary depending on habits and floor types.

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