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Stand up to stubborn stains with SpinScrub rotating brushes. These counter-rotating brushes gently wash and scrub from all angles so you can deep clean carpets and upholstery with ease. Then finish with powerful Clean Surge to cover extra tough messes and stains.
Includes 16 oz. Bottle of Hoover Deep Cleansing Carpet & Upholstery Detergent.
Hoover brings more than 100 years of powerfully designed, easy-to-use household cleaners to cover your floor to ceiling cleaning.
Set to High for normal cleaning, low for gentle cleaning and off for spill pick-up.
Pop out for easy rinsing.
Forced heat applies heat to floor to speed drying time.
Provides instant extended reach.
Easy-to-fill tanks keep cleaning solution and dirty water separate.
Get all the power you need to get floors truly clean.
Tool Mode - stops scrubbing brushes to protect hard floors.
Clean Surge Control - fingertip control applies extra solution to stains and heavy traffic areas.
No Belts - never change a belt again.
Limited one-year warranty
Noisy noisy noisy. Had one before and it was excellent. This one broke after only a few uses ( the brushes stopped turning) and I had to bring it in for repairs under warranty. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Louise Schaefer
This is not a steam vac as the ad says.
It doesn't heat the water you have to put hot water in it and hope it stays hot enough to finish the job. Read more
Beyond my expectations works like it was advertised . very powerfulPublished 11 months ago by Rick Baird
Decent function, easy operation and easy clean up after use. Hand tools are pretty handy for difficult access area.Published 12 months ago by Bing Le
Its OK. Expected it to be more powerful.If you have pets did not do a great job.You still had to scrub with a brush to get soiled areas so why buy a Steam Vac. Read morePublished 13 months ago by garywandrews
We have not used this a lot, yet. But I can say we have done a hall and one old bedroom/storage area and I am really impressed with the performance. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Frederick Ellingson