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Hoover F5914900 SteamVac Carpet Cleaner with Clean Surge
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- Powerful 12-amp motor; deep cleans with hot tap water and carpet solution
- Five spinning/scrubbing brushes clean carpets, upholstery, and bare floors
- Clean Surge feature gives extra burst of cleaning solution for spots or stains
- Two water tanks separate clean and dirty water
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards. Please refer the User Manual & the Installation Video before use.
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- Tool Mode Stops Spinning Brushes
- Removable Brushes
- Heated Drying
- Powerful 12-amp Motor
- Carpet/Upholstery Detergent
- 1-Year Limited Warranty
Hoover SteamVac Carpet Cleaner with Clean Surge
Fingertip Clean Surge function for spot and heavy traffic areas
Never rent a heavy machine again! Hoover SpinScrub rotating brushes groom carpet fibers from all sides to lift away dirt and grime, so you can deep clean carpets and upholstery any time you need to. Pull the trigger on stubborn stains by applying extra detergent with Clean Surge.
Includes 16 ounce bottle of Hoover Deep Cleansing Carpet and Upholstery Detergent.
Multi-directional brushes surround carpet fibers, to remove dirt at every angle.
Easy-to-fill tanks keep cleaning solution and dirty water separate.
SpinScrub Powered Hand Tool
Puts hard-to-reach cleaning in the palm of your hand: perfect for stairs, upholstery and stains.
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|Dimensions||44 inches x 20 inches x 11.25 inches||23.5 inches x 21.5 inches x 14.5 inches||26.75 inches x 23.75 inches x 16.25 inches||44 inches x 19 inches x 11 inches|
|Item Weight||29.1 pounds||18.1 pounds||28.7 pounds||23.5 pounds|
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Paid $170 at Best Buy. This is my first carpet cleaner so I have nothing to compare it to except my own expectations. Even though the name is SteamVac, like all the others in this class of cleaners, there is no Steam to it. That's just false marketing, but all the manufacturers do it, so no particular knock on Hoover.
First, let me say I'm ashamed to admit that our carpet hadn't been cleaned in 4 years, and that we live in the country where lots of dirt gets tracked in from outside. So the carpet was pretty darn dirty. The Hoover F5914-900 did a very nice job the first time I used it - a drastically noticeable difference in the appearance of the carpet. The water in the dirty water receptacle was black. Did it return the carpet to new condition? No, impossible. Did it take another treatment or two to really get it clean? Yes, that is the price I pay for ignoring wet-cleaning the carpet for years. One of this cleaner's best features is the ability to dry the carpet quite thoroughly. Since the front of the machine is made of clear plastic, you can see when you're vacuuming up water. If you want to dry the carpet as much as possible, keep vacuuming until you no longer see water being pulled up. As time has passed, the SteamVac has done an excellent job of maintaining my carpets.
My only gripe is that the dirty water container fills up too quickly and should be a little bigger. Ideally, the dirty water receptacle "should" be full right as you run out of clean water. Then, you shut down, empty the dirty water, refill the clean water and back to work.Read more ›
There's a 2-page "Quick Assembly Guide" and a 40-page manual. If you want your assembly guide with pictures and few words you'll like the QAG. If you prefer verbal instructions, turn to pages 4-6 of the manual; I wish I'd started there first. (It takes me longer to figure out "Store Hose" with four illustrations showing a hand in various steps of the process than to understand the eight sentences that accomplish the same instruction.)
There's no heater in the "SteamVac", so make your gallon of water VERY hot for best cleaning. And prepare your carpet for cleaning before filling the tank with these two steps: (1) vacuum thoroughly; and (2) pre-treat heavily soiled or grease-stained areas. The vacuum in the SteamVac is designed to suck up water (which it does very well), but will only pick up the tiniest bits of solid crud. Hoover recommends buying their PreCleaner, but you can make your own for a lot less money. Just mix 10 parts sudsy ammonia to 1 part Simple Green in a spray bottle. Hit the stains with your spray, and work in with your fingers or a clean cloth.
When cleaning you'll need to go over the carpet quite slowly to clean it well. This is the one area where the Hoover SteamVac is down a peg compared to the pro cleaners. Make two passes (one forward, one back) holding the trigger down; this is what squirts your hot detergent mix into the carpet. Then make two passes without using the trigger to suck up the bulk of the water. I found it really helps to clean your carpets barefoot.Read more ›
1) I supplement the hot water with some boiling water to really get the temperature up. By the time the water hits the spray nozzle, it has really cooled off so make it hotter. Bissell uses a heater, but it can't be that powerful without reducing motor power. Best to supplement.
2) Patience. Go slow and go over really bad areas. You will HAVE to pretreat and hand wash heavy stains, but so do the pros. Don't expect a diamond out of coal. You still have to do the work.
3) Clean often. I have one carpet that I waited way too long and it just won't come clean. The pros can't and I can't. BIG lesson learned there.
Have fun with this. I can't believe how much dirt there was in my "clean" areas, so it will be great to have this around to clean when I desire to. I saved more than the price of the cleaner this weekend.
I purchased this model, but it leaked before even starting to use it, so I returned it and bought a Bissell Proheat 2x. I liked that it seemed easier to clean the machine than the Hoovers, and that it had a rinse option, although not conveniently located. I noticed immediately with first use that it wasn't as good as even my old (trigger broken) Hoover. The Bissell didn't extract water well at all, even though I went over and over an area trying to get the water up. It was obvious by looking that it also didn't clean as well (probably as a result of leaving dirty water still in the carpets.) If it'd been my first carpet cleaner I might have thought it great since it did get dirt out, but I knew they didn't look as clean as in the past and mostly they were WET. The next day, before returning it I bought ANOTHER Hoover 914-900 thinking the first leaky one was an anomaly. The 2nd one leaked initially also, but once I used it for a minute, pressed and released the trigger a few times and the seals got wet, it stopped leaking. Thus I had two new cleaners to try side-by-side.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I originally bought this because I was tired of waiting to the point of justifying the cost of renting a rug doctor. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Ron Mason
Finally got a chance to use this at my vacation condo. It works really well. The head or cleaning area is nicely balanced and the water is easy to replace. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Alex S.
I recently moved into a house that was previously occupied by some college football players. The house had a nasty older, but the landlord was not going to replace the carpet... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Keiraleigh
Carpets look new... finally! Between the dogs and the kids, our carpets have definitely taken a beating. This has really given our house a refreshed look!Published 1 day ago by Randy H
Very decent machine. This is my second one. Affordable carpet cleaner that isn't outright junk. Works like it should and extracts waste water back from the carpet very well. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jeffery Jelinski
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