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- SpinScrub Brushes deliver the best clean while gently and safely scrubbing sealed wood, vinyl, tile and grout; Wheel Type: Soft
- Dual Tank Technology keeps clean and dirty water separate so you never put dirty water back on the floor
- Wash/Dry Mode Selection Wash mode uses brushes to clean while suctioning up excess water; Dry mode stops brushes to suction up excess water and improve drying time
- Clean Boost Control fingertip control applies extra detergent to stains and heavy traffic areas
- Lightweight at under 14 pounds, the Floor Mate is easy to lift and carry, even up and down stairs.Clean Water Capacity: 1.5 Quarts
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All You Need For the Best Clean
For best results, use Hoover’s hard floor solutions to deep clean and quickly remove stubborn everyday dirt and grime.
Hoover FloorMate Deluxe Hard Floor Cleaner
The Ultimate Hard Floor Cleaner
Discover the ultimate hard floor cleaner that gets the dirt mopping leaves behind, with the Hoover FloorMate Deluxe. SpinScrub Brushes do the scrubbing for you, while Dual Tanks keep clean and dirty water separate so you never have to push dirty water on your floors. Plus, it dries in one motion leaving your floors shiny and dry.
Never Clean with Dirty Water Again
With Dual Tank Technology, you can finally leave the mop and bucket behind. Two tanks keep clean and dirty water separate so you never have to push dirty water on your floors again.
Does the Scrubbing for You
Patented SpinScrub Technology safely washes and scrubs hard floors from all angles with counter-rotating brushes for an all-around deep clean.
Wash and Dry
Your FloorMate washes with cleaning solution and suctions up the dirty water in one motion, leaving your floors shiny and dry.
Easy to Clean
Tanks, brush and nozzle are easy to remove and rinse for a fast and hassle-free clean-up.
Clean Boost Control
Fingertip control applies extra detergent to those stubborn stains and heavy traffic areas.
Safe for All Sealed Floors
Safe for use on all sealed surfaces like hardwood, vinyl, ceramic tile, laminate, marble and more.
|FloorMate SpinScrub with Bonus Hard Floor Wipes||FloorMate Deluxe Hard Floor Cleaner||FloorMate Cordless Hard Floor Cleaner|
|Tank Capacity||32 oz.||48 oz.||24 oz.|
|Brush Type||Multi-Floor||Wood Floor & Multi-Floor||Multi-Floor|
|Clean Boost Control||✓|
|Weight||16 lbs.||13.8 lbs.||14 lbs.|
|Cord Length||27 ft.||20 ft.||Cordless|
|Nozzle Width||13 inches||11.5 inches||11.5 inches|
The Hoover Floor Mate deluxe hard floor cleaner does the scrubbing for you on sealed hardwood, vinyl, ceramic tile, laminate and marble. Specially designed brushes are interchangeable and feature Spin Scrub technology to gently wash and scrub from all angles. It's lightweight and makes hard floors easy to clean with controls like wash and dry mode selector, fingertip solution control, clean boost control and dual tank technology. Clean Surge - Yes
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Update 2/2019: I've been using the newer backup model to clean once every weekend since the other model's brushes stopped spinning (about 8 months). This newer one has also stopped working--same problem. Brushes won't spin. I visited Hoover's website to get the manual, and guess what? Hoover no longer offers any of the Floormate models for sale and this model is on sale. Looks like they're trying to clear out all inventory as quickly as possible. Amazon still offers the models for sale, but I don't want to buy another unit and have it replaced by Hoover when they don't even sell it anymore. Such a disappointment. Off to find something that can clean floors without having to using a mop. SERIOUSLY... DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS.
Update 7/2018: My original unit that was replaced by Hoover has stopped working. The brushes no longer spin. I had to clean the floors in time for a party that day, so I used the new backup model.
Update 11/2017: I spilt milk and wanted to show a video of sucking up the mess, then cleaning it. I still think it's a great cleaner, but I'm just dreading the day it will die on me.
Update 4/2017: The unit that I bought directly from Hoover died. I plugged it in and switched it on. It did the same thing as the older unit where it turned on for a second, but couldn't actually stay on. This unit is only 4 months old and it came directly from Hoover. Once again, I have a defective unit. The cleaner works great, but the motor is bad. I'm going to have to take it to the repair shop, but I still have the spare unit to use for the time being. Keep in mind that I am only cleaning my floors every other week--at most 3 times a month. I'm just doing routine cleaning, nothing major.
Update 2/2017: So I took the broken unit to the repair shop right before Christmas 2016. I didn't get it back until late January 2017. Reason being that the shop couldn't repair the unit and had requested a unit swap. So I finally got a new unit from Hoover and the unit only comes with one brush. It's blue and green colored and is for multi-floors which means you don't have to change brushes when going from different floor types. If you buy a unit from Amazon and it comes with 2 brushes, it's an old unit and you should return it. I still have the unit that I bought directly from Hoover, so now I basically have two new units.
Update 1/2017: After having the unit for only 3 months, it died. Plugged it in and turned it on, it sounded like it was going to turn on but didn't. I've searched online and apparently, this is pretty common. Either the fuse is bad or the motor is bad. I contacted Hoover and they said my unit is 2 years old already, so I needed proof of purchase for the repair under warranty. I've had to take it to a vacuum retailer. It's been 3 weeks and still no update on the repairs. Hoover is currently selling a brand new unit for $69.99 (lowest I've seen is $59.99). I went ahead and bought another one because this is the only unit that will scrub floors. I've been using a steam mop and it doesn't clear nearly as well. Hopefully, it's a newer manufactured model since it's coming directly from Hoover instead of being resold on Amazon.
I have 3 dogs...2 are male. They are constantly peeing all over the house. I have wood floors throughout the entire first floor and spot cleaning with swiffer wet jet wasn't effective nor wiping with clorox wipes which left spots. We've used the steam mop, but it didn't quite feel clean.Usually, cleaning the floors meant bringing out the janitor mop and bucket. It gets heavy and is a total pita, so it only gets done at least once a month. Decided to buy this based on previous reviews, but was skeptical of its performance. We figured it'd work for now for spot cleaning dog messes. When we first tried this out, our floors hadn't been cleaned in a while. I wished I had taken before and after pictures had I had known how effectively it cleaned. It cleaned so well and thoroughly that we ended up cleaning the entire first floor with this. It took awhile since the water and waste tanks are only so big, but it left the floors really clean without any residue, spots, or film like our bucket and mop did. You only use a small cap full of cleaner (hoover multi floor-green bottle) since it's really concentrated. It squeegees the floor so you don't have sitting water which can damage wood floors. The cleaning brushes actually rotate to scrub the floors. We're extremely happy that this thing actually cleans effectively and is so much easier on the body than pushing a heavy duty mop around. Totally got our money's worth. Would give it 5 stars if the tanks were just a bit bigger for less frequent changings.
Update: The brush unit tends to detach whenever we store it upright. Before you use the cleaner, always check to make sure the brush attachment is installed, otherwise you're just spraying cleaning water.
*****I make every effort to use the product as intended for an extended period in order to judge the product fairly. I rely heavily on honest helpful reviews when I shop and I want to help others make an informed decision as well. If you think my review is helpful,[...]
Not going to lie, it took some trial and error to figure out the perfect method. First time I used it, I wasn't very impressed, I just didn't feel like it did anything. Second time around, I used a different floor cleaner solution. Again, wasn't thrilled.
Finally, I decided to give it one last try. I sprayed Clorox Urine Remover for Stain & Odor on the tiles specifically making sure that the grout lines also got sprayed and then used the Hoover FloorMate to deposit the solution and scrub the floors and grout, I do a pass over a 4 ft by 1 ft area twice. (Up spraying solution, down sucking up the dirty water, up spraying the solution to rinse, down sucking up the moisture and any remaining dirt and move one to the next row). I usually work in a 4 x 4 foot area and each area takes about a minute and half for each area. The solution in the tank is a tsp of bleach and water. Finally, if for some reason I deposited to much solution on the area I will use the dry mode on the hoover to suck up the remaining solution, but, most of the time I don't need to use it. The whole first floor which is about 450 sqft take about 40 minutes to clean. If I was just doing a quick once over without the clorox spray prior, it would probably take me about 20 minutes.
This method cleans my floor beautifully. One, it get's rid of the odor. Two, it loses up any dirt and picks up the dog hair. Three, leaves the floors disinfected. Four, the grout lines are nice and clean and not at all grungy (the brushes actually seems to clean the grout lines, maybe not perfectly but well enough that you don't need to scrub them each week like I was doing before. Now, I just steam my grout lines once every six months and the Hoover FloorMate keeps them relatively clean until the next deep clean. One of my major complaints with using a Swiffer and/or Steam Mop [Yes, I have owned both, and all four Swiffer models] was that they never cleaned the grout but rather made it worse). Five, dust is nonexistent. Six, I can do it daily and doesn't strain my back or hurts my knees. Seven, no dirty water is left on my floor. Eight, no need to pre-vacuum.
I only have a few complaints. First, it does tend to fill up rather quickly and I have to re-fill the water tank usually three times per session. Next, it doesn't seem very well balance and has dropped a few times after I stood it up to re-fill/empty the tanks. The cleaning solution it comes with is completely worthless. It also does seem to leave a bit of a puddle by your feet while doing a section, but usually once I start on the next section I suck up the puddle, but I has resulted in wet sock a time or two which is an annoyance.
Overall, I would definitely recommend this machine to anyone who wants to keep there floors clean and specifically the grout in between the tiles clean! I am thrilled that I purchased this product and I will do so again in the future.