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Model FH50220

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Store SKU #266703

Max Extract 60 Pressure Pro Deep Carpet Cleaner

$195.00 /each
  • Dual V nozzle pulls up dirty water so your floors dry fast
  • 60 counter-rotating brushes remove dirt at every angle
  • Smart Tanks system keeps cleaning solution & dirty water separate

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This MaxExtract deep cleaner is designed to thoroughly clean carpets and rugs. This easy-to-use machine removes water, dirt and grime with pressurized cleaning, and has heated drying for a fast dry time. Features a double chamber nozzle to power wash surfaces with even suction across a wide path, while the automatic detergent system provides the right ratio of detergent and water for the best cleaning results. Patented Hoover SpinScrub brushes gently loosen dirt and clean all sides of carpet and upholstery fibers, with an adjustable speed control for various floor surfaces, including a Spill Pick-Up mode so you don't scrub in spills.

  • MaxExtract DualV Nozzle Technology - we're pulling up a lot of dirty water so your floors dry fast and you'll be back to living on those deep-cleaned floors quickly
  • Pressurized Edge-to-Edge Cleaning - a wall of pressurized water that loosens and lifts stubborn stains with constant and relentless spray
  • SpinScrub 60 - counter-rotating brushes engineered to surround carpet fibers, removing dirt at every angle. It's like treating your carpet to a deep, massaging salon shampoo
  • Heated Cleaning - powerful motor with forced heated air to help speed dry time
  • Auto conversion tools - conveniently positioned where they should be - right at your fingertips
  • SmartTanks system - separate tanks for clean and dirty water, so you can easily fill, empty and rinse each tank individually
  • 16 oz. bottle of 2X clean plus carpet cleaner and deodorizer included
  • 9 ft. clear active hose included
  • Upholstery tool included
  • 60 counter-rotating bristles will clean your carpet like never before
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Can i use this machine to clean upholstered chair?

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March 12, 2015
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Yes. it has a attachment that,s just for that.
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Yes it has that attachment. Again do not over wet or use too much cleaner and make sure you do a clean water rise after you clean, then suck as much as you can get out of the furniture to avid spots or water marks on the fabric.
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Springfield, MO
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August 23, 2014
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It does have an upholstery/stair attachment. I haven't used it yet, but it does come with it.
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August 5, 2014
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yes you can use it to clean upholstered furniture
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Altoona, PA, USA
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June 3, 2014
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I haven't used it for upholstery yet, but there is an attachment for upholstery and stairs. I would test a small portion of the chair to make sure first. But I think it would be great for that.
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June 2, 2014
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Hi miamivice! You are able to use the Max Extract 60 to clean your upholstery. Hope this helps!
-Giselle
Hoover Customer Care
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When cleaning carpet where carpet is on wood floors, does the water hurt the wood floors?

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Lathrop,Ca.
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I would say, only if you over saturate it with the cleaning liquid/water and the weathers not warm enough to dry it quickly.
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If you get it too wet, yes it will hurt the wood floor. Also make sure you totally suck up any water that you put down.
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August 13, 2014
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Hi 1942, if you have an area rug that is over a wood surface, there is a chance that the water that you put down can seep through the rug, if you use your Max Extract on it, we would recommend running over it for an extra dry stroke to extract as much water as possible out of the rug to minimize seepage. It may also be a good idea to allow that rug to dry in a different area that's not hard wood if Read More
Hi 1942, if you have an area rug that is over a wood surface, there is a chance that the water that you put down can seep through the rug, if you use your Max Extract on it, we would recommend running over it for an extra dry stroke to extract as much water as possible out of the rug to minimize seepage. It may also be a good idea to allow that rug to dry in a different area that's not hard wood if possible. Hope this helps.
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If by carpet over wood floors is like an area rug, then it can damage them. You'd simply clean the rugs over a non-wood floor surface, like concrete, so no water gets on the wood floor.
If you referring to carpet over a wood subfloor, then I'd recommend to use a floor fan afterwards to assist in the drying time.
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I purchased this product. No manual-floor model. It is not picking up the water deposited in carpet. Please advise

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I know that part that collects the dirty water has to be secure as I had another hoover, but I can't find
any clips or parts to make it secure. If I lift the handle it just comes up.
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Mine has the same problem. You must make sure the top is on both containers and also that the front is secure. You just need a long screw that goes in the handle to secure the handle. You can write to the company or contact them online and they will probably send you the screw for free. I am returning mine because I do not want to spend twice the time cleaning by having to keep fixing it so it will pick Read More
Mine has the same problem. You must make sure the top is on both containers and also that the front is secure. You just need a long screw that goes in the handle to secure the handle. You can write to the company or contact them online and they will probably send you the screw for free. I am returning mine because I do not want to spend twice the time cleaning by having to keep fixing it so it will pick up the water. Read Less
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I think you can find the manual online.
Try this, don't squeeze the trigger and just move back and forth slowly. That is when it picks up water.
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Portland, OR
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I am having trouble finding the link I saw earlier online with some tips, but Hoover actually posts responses to these types of issues, via video, on YouTube. Type in the name of the model and "not picking up water" and you will find different tips and tricks. Good luck!
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Hi Pasta, it sounds like an easy fix. We have a quick video here: http://bit.ly/19NiBDA to help you troubleshoot. Your shampooer should be providing you with strong sealed suction at all times.
Here's a link: http://bit.ly/NBo2ML to download your manual at no charge. Let us know if you need any more help. We're here for you.
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Can I use it to vacuum dirt only without water running through it

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Hi Jay! The Max Extract 60 Pressure Pro will not vacuum the carpets. It is designed to only dispense and extract water from your carpets. Hope this helps! -Karissa, Hoover Customer Care
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NO, you can not use it to vacuum dirt only.
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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 550 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Spin Brush stopped working in 3rd use Bought a new one, cleans good, but spin brush stopped working in 3rd use as the rod connects the brush to the motor broken inside. Need to replace the spin brush which will cost me $45 on amazon. Secondly, the clean water tank was design to stay on the handle which is heavy and makes your hands tired sooner, compared to Rug doctor models, have clean and dirty tanks on the base unit and easy handle. finally returned and bought Rug doctor (Model #: 93147) August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product is easy to use. This product is easy to use. It cleans better than any other steam cleaner we have used before. January 31, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Broke during first use The good: It definitely gets out tough carpet stains. It's effective but slow...expect several rounds of emptying dirty water tanks and refilling the clean ones. The bad: Mine broke during first use. Somehow the brushes were jammed, and caused the pin that connects to the turbine to break. To make matters worse, I contacted Hoover directly (because there is a sticker on the product that said do not return to store, call Hoover with any problems), but their support was also disappointing. Ironically, one of the first things the customer service rep suggested was for me to take it back to the store. It was only after I pointed out that the sticker advised me to contact them first that a serious attempt was made to troubleshoot the problem. I'll spare you the details but it took nearly a month to get a replacement brush-block. The 3rd disappoint is that the dirty water tank leaks a little. It beats me why they would assemble the walls of the tank with what appears to be some sort of glue instead of using a unibody design. I think Hoover's engineers misplaced their priorities on appearance instead of the absolute best build quality. In short, it looks pretty, it works, but flimsy materials used for assembly. In my non-expert opinion, this product will suffer a catastrophic failure after 15-20 uses in a 1000 sq ft sized home. August 15, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Total waste of money! I have a small home with only one bedroom which has carpet and another room with a small area rug over hardwood floor. After 4 uses to clean these areas the drive pin broke that operates the brushes and to make things even worse there is not enough suction to pick up the solution from the carpet. I use about 2/3 of a tank for cleaning this area and only about a pint of solution comes back into the dirty water tank, leaving the floor soaking wet. No matter how many times the filters are cleaned, no matter how clean the tank seal is it still won't pick up the dirty water from a very close tight weave carpet. Very poor design and really useless. I think the scrap yard is the next stop for this machine. September 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good shampooer for the price. We were looking to replace an earlier Hoover product that we had used for many years. We were originally looking to upgrade and get a more commercial type shampooer however we found this model at Home Depot for a really decent price and decided to go with this one. Its been a nice shampooer and has done what we expected it to do. The hand shampooer is not powered and we would have preferred that. The heated blower really gets the carpet drier than our previous model so we don't have to wait nearly as long before replacing the furniture or walking on the carpet. If you're looking for a decent mid-range shampooer, this is worth the money. October 28, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Cleans really well but leaks water I want to leave a better review, because it does clean the carpet super well. I love seeing all the dirt it digs out of my carpet. The problem, as I've read in other reviews, is that the clean water tank leaks a lot of water onto the tray under it (and onto my carpet). I've tried filling the little hole that water was pouring out of onto the carpet, but it's a temporary fix. It's annoying. Even after I am finished using it, and everything seems to be empty, I have to lay a towel under it so it doesn't soak my carpet. I still use the cleaner because it works well, but if anyone knows why this thing leaks, I'd love to hear a solution. September 15, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Big Mistake I purchased this Hoover Extract 60 without reading the reviews (web site was down). After getting home the site was back up so I read the reviews which were largely negative. Nevertheless, I assembled it, filled with water and cleaner and pressed the start button. I found it would not run unless the button was held down. So back to the store and got a refund. I then went to another store and bought another brand which did have good reviews. Other observations were a) the hose is almost impossible to coil up as designed because it is too stiff and kinks, b) the power cord seemed short and was extremely stiff. Purchase at your own risk. April 6, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hoover Max Extract 60, MAJOR IMPROVEMENT over SteamVacs This unit has a good amount of weight on the front end which allows it to suck up the water batter than the Steamvac models. The tanks also are easier to remove, no need to fold the handle down to remove the dirty water tank. The soap goes in a separate tank within the clean water tank and allows for the option of washing or rinsing without soap. If you read the directions, that is, you squeeze trigger going forward, and then going back, then release trigger to suck up the solution with the same forward and back motion, the rugs get very clean and not overly soaked. the rugs will dry in 2 hours or so. This unit is worth buying even if you have a brand new StemVac in your closet. October 14, 2014
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