Hoover TwinTank Handheld Steam Cleaner, WH20100 (Gray)
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|Item Weight||5 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.7 x 13.9 x 15 inches|
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Where can I use the Spotless?
We recommend ONLY using the Spotless for wet spills, stains, and spots on carpet, upholstery, fabric stairs & even upholstered car seats
Can it clean a full room or is it only for spot cleaning?
The Spotless provides lightweight portable convenience to tackle unexpected accidents, spills and pet messes, it is not designed to be a full room cleaner. For bigger jobs, we recommend a full-size carpet cleaner like the Hoover SmartWash
Does this have a vacuum to pick up dry messes, like crumbs, or is it just for wet spills?
We recommend only using the Spotless for wet spills, stains, and spots on carpet and upholstery. For dry debris, check out the reliable HOOVER ONEPWR Cordless Hand Vacuum, perfect for quick, easy pick-ups around the house and on-the-go
Why is my unit making a high-pitched whirring sound during operation?
If you hear a high-pitched whirring sound, this indicates that your dirty water tank is full and needs to be emptied
What cleaning solution should I use with the Spotless?
We recommend ONLY using genuine Hoover spot cleaning solutions for optimal results. For tougher stains we recommend a Hoover Pre-Treat spray paired with an oxy stain fighting solution
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It works. I used the spot cleaner that came with it on the really bad area (used the whole bottle, so be aware it's a small bottle if you have a big problem area) and I am still using the trial size of the cleaner. You don't need much of the cleaner and it has a measuring device so you don't use too much. The hose works fine for me- zero leaks. I saturate a small area, suck it up, saturate it again, let it sit a minute, and suck up all the water. It's powerful, but you do sometimes have to go over areas. It will not leave your carpet 100% dry- if you are expecting that from a $100 handheld machine, you are kind of delusional. It leaves it about 80% dry. The hose has a built-in scrubby bit. I use it without the suction (machine turned off) to scrub in the spot-remover and to scrub in the cleaner when I'm saturating it. You don't need much pressure for it to suck up the water, and you can see (and hear) it working so you can kind of tell when it's dry.
I am still working on my area rug as I type this (a two day project so far) because I am working in very small sections and it's kind of uncomfortable for me to be on my hands and knees, but I can already tell it is working amazingly well. The dirty water is BLACK, then brownish, then lighter and lighter as you go on. I am planning to work until the water runs nearly clear. It has a self-cleaning cycle that is easy and quick, so there is no buildup of dirt or soap scum.
It is a great handheld system. My mom has a $500 upright model that would have cleaned my carpet in 30 min and left it sparkling clean and bone-dry afterward. But I can't afford that, nor do I have the space for it, so this is a great value for what you get. Just go in with the right kind of expectations. I have no complaints.
Word of advice- put a tarp or something (I used the heavy plastic my mattress in a box was wrapped in) under an area rug to protect hardwood floors from water/detergent damage if you're worried about that.
Overall, it does the job and I'm impressed. Didnt give it 5 stars because it seems like you really have to work it, constantly pressing the water sprayer so it can then clean and do the job. More of a pain than I imagined.
It does come with a "carpet conditioner" but really you can add anything to the container. I plan on spot cleaning my carpet too. Overall good purchase.
Little Green by Bissell that never sprayed well and was mainly just useful as a small wet vac. I am SO pleased with this Hoover! Spray and suction work very well, and the self clean feature to sanitize the hose afterwards is a great feature. I also liked that it included two sizes of nozzles. The larger one will be nice for carpet stairs and larger areas. I made two passes on my outdoor cushions...one with the cleaning solution and one with just hot water to rinse. I was amazed how much dirt was sucked up; and the set now looks brand new! I highly recommend this product.
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This “Deluxe” model is exactly the same as the standard model except it has a couple of extra brush heads and an accessory bag. I’m not entirely sure the extra heads make any difference in cleaning quality but the slightly wider stair tool is convenient.
If you are looking for a spot cleaner for rugs and want something that works, get this one! I bought it to clean up pet mess on my carpets and this thing works awesome! Fresh or old it took it right out. Highly recommend!
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on January 19, 2022
First the pros:
Large tanks - I did an entire couch in only 2 refils
Tons of attachments - different materials, widths, etc.
Self cleaning - REALLY appreciate the self-cleaning feature. It's amazingly easy to use and leaves me able to just quickly dry and stow it when I'm done.
Good suction - It may be small, but it has the power of an upright vacuum as far as I can tell. The attachments are designed to really focus the suction power, so the light motor gets the absolute most bang for its buck.
Easy to use - put water in, pull the trigger, suck up the water, dump the water. It's amazingly easy to use with no finicky bits or tricks.
Finally, the cons:
Slightly flimsy on the design - A lot of things are held together with plastic tabs. This is also true for the various attachments which is a problem as soon as it's combined with the next con.
Lots of upper-body strength required for thicker carpets or padded upholstery. In order to suck the water up, the water needs to be squeezed out of whatever you're cleaning. For a thin carpet it's a non-issue, but for thicker carpet or anything with padding underneath (like a sofa) you REALLY need to press down on the nozzle to get the water sucked up. When combined with the plastic tabs mentioned above, I quite often feel like I'm about to snap the entire thing to bits. So far everything has held, but I can just feel things bending (and of course my arms burning from the work-out). Some sort of ergonomic handle near the nozzle would be a huge improvement.