Hoover MaxExtract 77 Multi-Surface Pro Carpet & Hard Floor Cleaner, FH50240

June 30, 2013 - Comment

Hoover H MaxExtract77 Multi-SurfaceHOOVER MaxExtract77Multi-Surface Pro “Pressurized Edge-to-Edge Cleaning, MaxExtract Dual V Nozzle, AutoRinse Feature” Cleans Carpets and Hard Floors Product Features MaxExtract DualV Nozzle Technology pulls up more dirty water so your floors dry fast and you will be back to living on your deep cleaned floors quickly. Pressurized edge to edge cleaning gives

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Hoover H MaxExtract77 Multi-SurfaceHOOVER MaxExtract77Multi-Surface Pro “Pressurized Edge-to-Edge Cleaning, MaxExtract Dual V Nozzle, AutoRinse Feature” Cleans Carpets and Hard Floors

Product Features

  • MaxExtract DualV Nozzle Technology pulls up more dirty water so your floors dry fast and you will be back to living on your deep cleaned floors quickly.
  • Pressurized edge to edge cleaning gives you a wall of pressurized water that loosens and lifts stubborn stains with a constant and relentless spray.
  • Spinscrub Technology with 77 counter rotating brushes engineered to surround carpet fibers, removing dirt at every angle.
  • SpinScrub Setting Options: Spill Pickup Mode , Gentle Scrub Mode and Power Scrub Mode.
  • Smart Tanks System gives you separate tanks for clean and dirty water, so you can easily fill, empty, and rinse each tank individually

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Jamey says:

Awesome carpet cleaner I spent several weeks researching different types of carpet cleaners, and was actually aiming for a bissel when I looked this product over and opted for Hoovers the much easier two container (holds way more water=less time filling and emptying)unit. I got this product during a sale at Kohls, and it’s brilliant. Assembled in minutes, and was cleaning my carpets 20 mins after getting home. I noticed the brushes weren’t turning, so I took out the dirty water dispenser and noticed the arm that controls the brushes was vertical. I moved it down, and voila, the brushes work fine now. The speed control doesn’t appear to make that much of a difference in rotations. I don’t use it anyway.Clean up is super easy, and the soap mixer/dispenser is a very welcome addition. The power surge really does do a surge, lol, the first time I overdid it a little, and spent some extra time getting the water up from the carpet. Thing is, it picked up all that water, and the wet spot was as dry as…

Steve says:

Good but with problems This is my second Hoover, the first one didn’t survive lending it to my girlfriend. She took it apart to clean it and never could get it back together again. Oh well, it was about 20 years old and probably would be fine if I were to fix it.As for this one, it works as well as the first one. I just cleaned my beige carpet which hadn’t been cleaned in at least 5 years. It looks almost new. Also I’ve been doing some landscaping and had tracked a lot of mud across the carpet and you would never know.I also used it to clean my ceramic kitchen floor and it did a pretty good job. It didn’t get a few small spots (got most of them) where spills had been on the tile for a long time and it didn’t get the grout between the tiles. To be fair, in the past I had clean those spots with a scratch pad and the grout had to be cleaned with a brush. Still, it was much faster and did a better job than I achieved by hand. I didn’t use the squeegee because the grout lines…

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