Here's how to unblock the nozzle of a steam mop when it stops steaming:Unplug the mop from the wall to allow it to cool down.Empty the water tank.Check the spray tip to see if it is blocked by debris or buildup.Insert your paperclip into the spray tip and move it back and forth to loosen debris.
Over time and use, calcium and mineral deposits may build up in your Shark mop's nozzle, inhibiting the release of steam. When this happens, Shark recommends cleaning the nozzle to remedy the issue. To get the steam flowing again, grab the nozzle cleaner included with your mop. Unplug the Shark and remove its head.