Hoover FloorMate SpinScrub Wet/Dry Vacuum Cleaner, H3044
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- All-in-one cleaning system vacuums, washes, and dries hard-floor surfaces
- 15-inch-wide cleaning path; EZ Select dial; fingertip trigger control
- Separate tanks for clean and dirty water
- Fold-down handle; 8-ounce grout cleaner and 8-ounce floor-to-floor cleaner included
- Measures approximately 20 by 15-1/2 by 45 inches; 1-year warranty
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* In order to get our tile as clean as possible, it seems like I have to move the machine extremely slowly when both washing and wet vaccuming. I have a lot of ceramic tile in my home, so it is a big job. When I have the patience and time (which isn't often with two toddlers running around), the slow pace definitely gets my floors squeaky clean. Most days, however, I don't have that luxury. In fact, there are a lot of times when I resort back to my Swiffer mop just to get the mopping over with so I can get on to other tasks.
* The little filter/screen in the dirty water tank seems to get clogged a bit sooner than I expected. When it's clogged, the wet vac function doesn't work as well. Once it's unclogged, though, it works great.
* Unclogging the little filter/screen is an extremely disgusting job. I wish there were a less "hands on" way to get the junk off of it, since it can get pretty nasty at times.
* It seems to clean our ceramic tile really well and gets a lot of the stuff the mop misses. With two little ones who like to lay and scoot around on the floor, having the tile as clean as possible is a good thing.
* For me, it is a lot easier to push around than the mop. The cleaning solution smells pretty good too.
* It is really good at sucking up junk along the baseboards and in corners. It seems to have strong suction and power, so I frequently use it to "sweep" instead of using the broom. It gets up a lot more dry dirt without flipping it all over the way a broom does.Read more ›
My only suggestion (and this has nothing to do with the product) is that if you do use it to clean up pet urine, you take the brushes off and soak them in hot water/bleach at least once a week to keep them sanitized.
I have never been disappointed in any Hoover product I have purchased and this is no exception. It has made my life so much easier!
As I was cleaning the house I noticed that the water it was picking up was absolutely filthy. The floormate did a great job of cleaning the ceramic tile and vacuming all the specs of junk that end up on the floor. As a dry vacum it worked great...picking up hair and crumbs around the kitchen and miscellaneous stuff off the floor of the kids rooms. One has to move the floor mate a little slower than a regular wet mop...but on the plus side...the drying time for the floor is reduced drastically when you use the wet suction option on the dial.
Overall, you can toss your mops and buckets and use this to vacum daily and to mop the floors however often one mops. I actually look forward to cleaning the floors again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really like this but sometimes have problems getting a good sea on the pick up container and it doesn't pick up water.Published 6 months ago by L. Caillouet
The only thing I found this item good for was picking up excess dirty water after I scrub my tile floor with a hard bristle brush.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I never figured out how to work it so I put it on freecycle. I hope they figured it out. It spit water on the floor but the brushes never moved and it didn't suck the water up. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Trojan
Hi, I bought the FloorMate in 2007. It's now October 2015 and we're still using it. My daughter borrowed as she has new puppies along with her two other dogs and I couldn't get... Read morePublished 9 months ago by TallGuy AZ
I am torn as to how many stars to give this product. When it works I would give it 5 stars but I am lucky to have this product last two years. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rita Martin