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Hoover Max Extract 77 Multi-Surface Pro Hardwood Floor and Carpet Cleaner Machine FH50240
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- HOOVER maxextract 77, Multi-Surface Pro for cleaning carpet & hard floor surfaces heated cleaning, 6 spin scrub Removable brushes, spin scrub powered hand tool
- Adds Extra shine to your product.Smart tank system - Fills, empties and cleans with ease
- Upright vacuum cleaner application/Usage: tile floor, carpet, upholstery, hard floor, wooden floor
- Manufactured in China
- Multi-Purpose Cleaning- designed to deep clean the carpeted and hard floor surfaces in your home
- Exclusive SpinScrub Technology- 360 degree cleaning gently loosens dirt and cleans all sides of carpet and upholstery fibers
- AutoRinse - sets cleaner to wash with detergent on forward stroke, then automatically rinses with fresh water on the backwards stroke
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- MaxExtract DualV Nozzle Technology
- Pressurized Edge-to-edge Cleaning
- Auto Conversion Tools
- 2-Year Limited Warranty
Hoover Max Extract 77 Multi-Surface Pro Carpet and Hard Floor Deep Cleaner
Our Patented Technologies do all the heavy lifting, so you can sit back and enjoy a deep clean
This MaxExtract deep cleaner is designed to clean a variety of surfaces from carpets to couches and sealed wood floors to tiled floors.
This versatile, easy-to-use machine removes water, dirt and grime with pressurized cleaning, and has heated drying for a fast dry time. Features a double chamber nozzle to power wash surfaces with even suction across a wide path, while the automatic detergent system provides the right ratio of detergent and water for the best cleaning results. Patented Hoover SpinScrub brushes gently loosen dirt and clean all sides of carpet and upholstery fibers, with an adjustable speed control for various floor surfaces, including a Spill Pick-Up mode so you don''t scrub in spills.
Sets cleaner to wash with detergent on forward stroke, then automatically rinses with fresh water on the backwards stroke.
Counter-rotating brushes engineered to surround carpet fibers, removing dirt at every angle. It's like treating your carpet to a deep, massaging salon shampoo.
SpinScrub Setting Options
Sets your cleaning system by surface: Spill Pickup Mode, Gentle Scrub Mode and Power Scrub Mode.
Designed to clean a variety of surfaces from carpets to couches and sealed wood floors to tiled floors.
Powerful motor with forced heated air to help speed dry time.
Fingertip control applies extra detergent to stains and heavy traffic areas.
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|Tools||SpinScrub Powered Hand Tool||SpinScrub Powered Hand Tool, Upholstery Tool and Removable Tool Caddy||SpinScrub Powered Hand Tool, Upholstery Tool and Squeegee||SpinScrub Powered Hand Tool, Stair Tool, Upholstery Tool, Crevice Tool, 16 oz. Solution and Mesh Tool Storage Bag||Upholstery Tool and 16 oz Solution||SpinScrub Powered Hand Tool, Upholstery Tool|
This carpet cleaner features CleanSurge boost to easily clean spots and heavy-traffic areas and pressurized edge-to-edge cleaning to loosen dirt and stains The Autorinse feature minimizes cleaning time
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|Item Dimensions||16.25 x 23.75 x 26.75 in||13.94 x 20.81 x 22.25 in||16.25 x 23.75 x 26.75 in||14.19 x 19.5 x 30 in||14.25 x 22.75 x 28 in||12.5 x 15 x 43.5 in|
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I love the dual tank design of the Hoover vs. the singe tank with a bladder of many Bissell models. The two tanks of the Hoover pull out of the machine very easily. To be fair, the single tank of the Bissell was easy to remove and replace, too. However, Hoover includes a removable top to the dirty water tank to facilitate cleaning. The problem I had with Bissell's bladder system was trying to clean the darn thing after using it. I never felt as if I could clean its unexposed nooks and crannies.
As far as pushing and pulling the machine across the carpet, I prefer the Bissell over the Hoover. The Bissell does its work on the back stroke, as you pull it towards you. The Hoover MaxExtract 77 uses a push and pull system. The push movement cleans while the pull stroke rinses. Having a Berber carpet means having a very low pile carpet. I was surprised how much effort it took pushing the machine forward. Remember, once filled with water, both of these devices are hefty. They're sucking and scrubbing your carpet as you move it. I'm a big guy (over 6 feet tall and 200 pounds), but using either of these machines will wear you out by the time your done.
As for how well it cleaned and dried the carpet? I think it's a toss up. I remember being impressed with the Bissell when we first bought it. I am very impressed with the Hoover, too. It removed lots of nasty, puddle stains. I think the Hoover left the carpet drier than the Bissell and equally clean. I've also used the big cleaners you can rent from the grocery store. Both the Bissell and Hoover give equal or better results. Both of the home models are easier to use than the rental units.
Water and soap use. I felt as if I was changing the water more often with the Hoover than with the Bissell; though this is arbitrary. If you don't use the CleanSurge on every cleaning stroke, the soap reservoir seemed to last for two complete tank fills. I used the 32 oz. bottle that came with the cleaner. It was a 2x concentrate that loads into the clean water tub. It was very simple and accessible to fill the soap reservoir and clearly marked with where to fill with cleaner and water. It holds 16 oz. of 2x cleaner per filling. Our Bissell model had a separate container for the soap. I like Hoover's method better. Easier to fill. The caps are easy to screw on and off.
On each filling of the wash tank, without using the CleanSurge, I was able to clean a 4' x 4' square area. Then I had to stop, empty the dirty water tank and refill the wash tank. After two tank fillings, it's time to refill the soap. I cannot say one model uses more or less soap than the other. With either one, you go through LOTS of soap!
Spinning brushes versus a roller brush, which is better? You got me. Both seemed effective. I am very impressed with the Hoover's spinning brushes and do not regret the change in technology. I think the best guidance is to consider other factors.
ProHeat Bissell versus Hoover's MaxExtract. With Bissell, the instructions said to fill the reservoir with hot water, then start the unit for two minutes to give the heater a chance to warm up before using. It would leave the carpet moist and warm. I didn't see where the Hoover recommended a water temperature. I used hot water and I was happy with the results.
All-in-all, the Hoover MaxExtract 77 met or exceeded my expectations. It's dual tank design is very simply and much preferred over the Bissell's single tank with a bladder design. As for durability, I can't rate that yet. I've only used the Hoover twice. If it lasts as long as the Bissell did, I'll be happy. The MaxExtract has extra features I haven't tried yet. I haven't tried the detachable hose yet or its spinning brush. It won't need to do much to work better than the Bissell. I found the Bissell hose system worthless and ineffective. Also, the Bissell model I owned wasn't designed for tile or hardwood floors while the Hoover was. I haven't tested this aspect yet, but I'm looking forward to giving it a go soon.
One additional note about this particular model, the MaxExtract 77 appears to have more spinning brushes than other models. Look carefully at the photographs of this model vs other models. The MaxExtract 77 has a front row of six spinning brushes and a second row of five brushes.
I absolutely love this multi surface cleaner..
I've had no issues what so ever .
Here's the best things about this machine...
There's one canister you fill with Just water.. There is a cylinder inside that canister for your cleaning solution..
So you can spray your solution going forward and there's these tiny brushes that circulate to scrub your surface.. Then once you have cleaned it... When you go backwards you spray just water to rinse .. That way your carpet is cleaner and feels better because you've rinsed the cleaner out of the carpet.. So it's not stiff.. ❤️❤️❤️
There is a dirty water container too...
I have another steamer made by a competitor that has a heater on it.. That's it..
But this Hoover is not only a steam cleaner with the hot water you put in it.. But a shampoo'er too...
So if it heated the water too.. That would be great..
I seen others have had issues with the little green scrubbers.. They are replaceable.. They come off easily to do such.. But I've had no issues with them..
One thing that's a must...
When you go to empty your dirty water .. There is a little screen .. It's red.. And is held in place by a yellow rubber casing.. This needs to be cleaned often.. Just check it when you empty the dirty water...