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Hoover Max Extract Dual V All Terrain Carpet Washer, F7452900PC
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- All-terrain carpet and hard-surface cleaner with 12 amp motor, It works with 120 Volts.
- Dual-V Technology ensures equal suction across the full width of the nozzle
- SpinScrub brushes; heated cleaning; automatic detergent mixing; auto rinse
- Hard-floor accessories include: Squeegee, SpinScrub brushes, and soft wheels
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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- DualV Nozzle Technology
- Heated Cleaning
- Removable Transparent Nozzle
- Carry Handle
- 8 ft. Hose and Removable Tool Caddy
- 20 ft. Power Cord
- Edge Cleaners
- 13" Nozzle
- Powerful 12 amp Motor
Hoover Max Extract All-Terrain Carpet Cleaner
Leaves Nothing Behind. Not Even Soap
The Hoover MaxExtract All Terrain Carpet Cleaner is designed to deep clean the carpeted and hard floor surfaces in your home. DualV Nozzle technology, heated cleaning, patented SpinScrub brushes and Auto Rinse technology combine to provide superb floor and carpet cleaning performance.
Automatic Detergent Mixing System
It provides the correct mix of detergent and water for optimal cleaning results.
Patented SpinScrub Brushes for Carpets and Hard Floors
The brushes work together, scrubbing carpet fibers on all sides to gently loosen dirt.
All-Terrain Cleaning Feature
Designed to clean a variety of surfaces in your home.
SpinScrub Hand Tool
Puts hard-to-reach cleaning in the palm of your hand—perfect for stairs, upholstery and stains.
Auto Rinse Feature
Rinses your carpet and hard floors, leaving less detergent residue behind.
Extension Tools for Upholstery
Clean up furniture spills with quick dry time.
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|Weight||20 lbs.||27 lbs.||30 lbs.||18.1 lbs.||21.9 lbs.||22.5 lbs.|
|Multi-Floor Cleaning Capabilities||✓||✓|
|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|
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|Dimensions||15.7 inches x 29 inches x 20.5 inches||23.5 inches x 21.5 inches x 14.5 inches||26.75 inches x 23.75 inches x 16.25 inches||26.75 inches x 23.75 inches x 16.25 inches|
|Item Weight||25.39 pounds||18.1 pounds||21.9 pounds||28.7 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
I am amazed at the difference in the two machines. The Bissell used to shear off fibers from the carpet and leave a nasty trail of what looks like hairballs behind as I worked. The clean and dirty tanks are in the same unit which is clever, but almost impossible to clean.
The Hoover has two tanks - one for clean hot water with a compartment for the cleaning solution, and one for the dirty water. Both water tanks hold a gallon. I had no problems loading the clean tank or removing the dirty tank. No dripping of dirty water, no puddles on the rug or the kitchen floor when changing tanks.
Like I said before, I've cleaned my entire house several times with the Bissell machine, but I was amazed at the almost muddy water that came out of the carpet. It was as if I'd never cleaned the floors before. The dirty tank is easy to rinse out and reattach. The trick is to "recline" the machine so the clean tank is laying on the ground attached to the handle. Unsnap the clips and the dirty tank comes right off with no problem at all. Clean it out, snap the lid back on and clip it back into place and then you can stand the handle back up and deal with the clean tank.Read more ›
Of all the reviews i have read, the one that i felt had any true meaningful information was a gentleman that was an engineer that said that the plastic on the tank was too brittle. Armed with this information, i did go to my local Hoover store to see what they had in stock. I was ready to purchase another spinscub or to have mine repaired.
I purchased the All-terrain steamvac after talking to the rep. She did not dispute that the tanks plastic is more brittle and should be able to withstand a little more abuse, however, she also said that all of the people that have come into the store to have the tanks replaced, have abused it in some way. The plastic is not made for EXTREMELY hot water, so if your tap water is extremely hot, then fill the tank with some cooler water. the hotter temp. will crack the tank. She said her hot water heater is set so high that when you run only hot water it is too hot to touch. and she mixes her water with cold to get the temp. right. The other scenerio she explained is people dropping the tank when it is full of water. In all the years i can't remember ever dropping the tank so i wasn't concerned about that.Read more ›
First, they clean the same. In other words - from a cleanliness perspective you can't tell which area of the carpet was done by the Dirt Devil and which was done by the Hoover.
Second, on short pile area rugs the Hoover went behind the Dirt Devil, and picked up a very little extra water.
Third, we took both carpet cleaners on a super plush carpet - the kind you sink into. The Hoover picked up a significant amount of water more than the Dirt Devil. We left a small patch to dry on its own, but most of the rug we chose to go over the area with the Hoover to pick up excess water. On the small patch it took the Hoover section 5 hours to dry and the Dirt Devil section 10 hours to dry.
Fourth, on the super plush carpet - the dirt devil caused the carpet to pill and the Hoover didn't - or it picked it up. I am not sure what that means. It is merely an observation.
Fifth, I spoke with 2 repair/sales shops. They sell both the Hoover and the Dirt Devil. They both said that the Dirt Devil is far more reliable mechanically and if/when it breaks down it is cheaper and easier to fix.
Last, the Dirt Devil after you clean looks leaves a pattern on your carpet like truck tires have been run over your carpet verses the Hoover leaves a flat track. Probably not a big deal, just another observation.
Both machines were equally easy to push.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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We purchased this Item for use in our rental units and prior to making our purchase we... Read more
Being in the hospitality industry, dirty carpets are no surprise. The problem is most in store models do not EXTRACT. That is how you get and keep your carpet clean. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Rick Kline
I was so excited to receive my new Hoover carpet cleaner until I used it for the first time. The machine would not dispense water. Read morePublished 6 days ago by R. Mills
Wow! You should've seen the murky water. Was way better on my back then the canister style I bought years ago, but threw out after the 2nd motor.Published 7 days ago by Mitzi L. Holder
Love it. This is the 2nd Hoover Extractor that I have owned. First one lasted over 10 years. I have 5 dogs (from puppy-hood), so this is used A LOT! Read morePublished 7 days ago by Victoria Strahan
Worked GREAT on my Berber carpet! It got all of my makeup stains and my dog's pee/vomit stains out without damaging the fibers. Read morePublished 7 days ago by anne
So I am not a longtime owner or longtime user of this product. I have used it one time to clean the carpets in my 2,000 square foot home after only 1 year of living. Read morePublished 9 days ago by MJH