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This cleaner lifts and removes stains by combining powerful suction and hygienic deep cleaning tools. Self-Clean Technology flushes the hose after each use to help prevent odors and bacteria growth.

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  • Self-Clean Technology (Patent-Pending) - Flushes the hose after each use to help remove dirt and bacteria
  • Antimicrobial Multipurpose Tool " Protects against bacteria, mold, and mildew forming in the tool
  • Dual Tank Technology " Separates clean and dirty water so you can easy fill, empty, and rinse
  • Lightweight and Portable - Reaches and removes stains virtually anywhere from carpet and upholstery to stairs and more
  • Convenient Deep Clean - Sprays, scrubs, and removes everyday stains and spills
Hoover Spotless Deluxe Portable Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner FH11400
MSRP: $119.99
Sale Price: $69.99
Final Price in cart: $56 (20% discount applied automatically once added to cart) – 53% off

Hoover Spotless Deluxe Portable Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner FH11400 [ebay.com] $55.99

Comparison:
Amazon $111.99 [amazon.com]
Walmart $119.98 [walmart.com]
Home Depot $102.57
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You need pressure to blast dirt from the fibers, real heat to aid that and action of the cleaning solution, and extraction to pull the water, cleaning solution out. Tank to hold clean water, and one to hold the dirty. This can't provide either of any significant quantity though that's what it's supposed to be, it may work for very light spots or cushions but you could probably get out with folex, a terry cloth towel and shop vac (though not as convenient).

On the flip side to cheap...which 55 bucks maybe worth a try on this for small stuff, can't see how this would have much heat, pressure or suction but probably is better than spray cleaner and a rag (though hot water/steam, cleaner and vac would be better).

For something built for professionals, it'll cost but a mytee tempo 300h is a pro spotter. Real pressure 120psi, real heat 600w and real extraction. That said it ain't remotely cheap but before i got a larger unit, it handled spots (it's a meant for small areas as it's ) but also i used it on *small* area rugs and cars (like a champ). And will last you over 10 years or many more and is repairable.

For rugs, etc you have to look at solution capacity, small upholstery, cars, area rugs (small like entry way) you can get away with the above pro spotter..it will work for 8x16 rugs but you'll have to empty the tank twice and can't drive a large wand. A 10 gallon extractor works for 8x16 rugs , that's 10 gal solution and dirty water with no refill and can drive a floor wand but is really expensive (thus the rentals but most of those don't have heat which is why you put in hot water but that's no where close to how hot the above gets).

But for small spots, you'd be surprised what you can get up with a steam cleaner folex , white terry towel, and a shop vac though not as convenient.

edit: correction, a 4 gallon extractor would need to be emptied 2-3 times on a 8x16 area rug..need a 10 gallon there, 1 one gallon pro like i mention would turn into an all day project not worth it, hire it out.
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I have a similar Bissell model to clean up pet messes and it's so much better than resolve and a scrub brush. I have dozens of pink stains from that damn red dye before using these types of machines. Since getting one of these I have zero new pink stains.

Probably work just as well for children messes. It's definitely better than carpet spray and a brush.
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I have a similar Bissell model to clean up pet messes and it's so much better than resolve and a scrub brush. I have dozens of pink stains from that damn red dye before using these types of machines. Since getting one of these I have zero new pink stains.

Probably work just as well for children messes. It's definitely better than carpet spray and a brush.
Thanks for the review, will this work on area rugs and shag rugs?
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What exactly is this? I don't see the word "steam" anywhere so it's not a steam cleaner. Is it just a wet/dry vac that also sprays water, or is there more to it?
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What exactly is this? I don't see the word "steam" anywhere so it's not a steam cleaner. Is it just a wet/dry vac that also sprays water, or is there more to it?
It's a vacuum. It sprays carpet cleaner solution. You scrub the mess with the end and suck up the mess and cleaner with the end. Spots and liquid vanish. You have a clean and dry carpet where there was a mess.

If you have pets or children, this is a must have.
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Thanks for the review, will this work on area rugs and shag rugs?

You need pressure to blast dirt from the fibers, real heat to aid that and action of the cleaning solution, and extraction to pull the water, cleaning solution out. Tank to hold clean water, and one to hold the dirty. This can't provide either of any significant quantity though that's what it's supposed to be, it may work for very light spots or cushions but you could probably get out with folex, a terry cloth towel and shop vac (though not as convenient).

On the flip side to cheap...which 55 bucks maybe worth a try on this for small stuff, can't see how this would have much heat, pressure or suction but probably is better than spray cleaner and a rag (though hot water/steam, cleaner and vac would be better).

For something built for professionals, it'll cost but a mytee tempo 300h is a pro spotter. Real pressure 120psi, real heat 600w and real extraction. That said it ain't remotely cheap but before i got a larger unit, it handled spots (it's a meant for small areas as it's ) but also i used it on *small* area rugs and cars (like a champ). And will last you over 10 years or many more and is repairable.

For rugs, etc you have to look at solution capacity, small upholstery, cars, area rugs (small like entry way) you can get away with the above pro spotter..it will work for 8x16 rugs but you'll have to empty the tank twice and can't drive a large wand. A 10 gallon extractor works for 8x16 rugs , that's 10 gal solution and dirty water with no refill and can drive a floor wand but is really expensive (thus the rentals but most of those don't have heat which is why you put in hot water but that's no where close to how hot the above gets).

But for small spots, you'd be surprised what you can get up with a steam cleaner folex , white terry towel, and a shop vac though not as convenient.

edit: correction, a 4 gallon extractor would need to be emptied 2-3 times on a 8x16 area rug..need a 10 gallon there, 1 one gallon pro like i mention would turn into an all day project not worth it, hire it out.
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Thanks OP. Going to use this to try and get some stains out of a cream colored couch.
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Anyone use this as an interior auto detailer?
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Anyone use this as an interior auto detailer?
Should be adequate for that application.
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Iffy reviews on Amazon, but in for one. Thanks OP. Needed something that wasn't our massive carpet cleaner for some of the smaller messes
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I have a similar Bissell model to clean up pet messes and it's so much better than resolve and a scrub brush. I have dozens of pink stains from that damn red dye before using these types of machines. Since getting one of these I have zero new pink stains.

Probably work just as well for children messes. It's definitely better than carpet spray and a brush.
red dye?

and the cops believed that?
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I am far more concerned with all those with children that are not house broken.
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You need pressure to blast dirt from the fibers, real heat to aid that and action of the cleaning solution, and extraction to pull the water, cleaning solution out. Tank to hold clean water, and one to hold the dirty. This can't provide either of any significant quantity though that's what it's supposed to be, it may work for very light spots or cushions but you could probably get out with folex, a terry cloth towel and shop vac (though not as convenient).

On the flip side to cheap...which 55 bucks maybe worth a try on this for small stuff, can't see how this would have much heat, pressure or suction but probably is better than spray cleaner and a rag (though hot water/steam, cleaner and vac would be better).

For something built for professionals, it'll cost but a mytee tempo 300h is a pro spotter. Real pressure 120psi, real heat 600w and real extraction. That said it ain't remotely cheap but before i got a larger unit, it handled spots (it's a meant for small areas as it's ) but also i used it on *small* area rugs and cars (like a champ). And will last you over 10 years or many more and is repairable.

For rugs, etc you have to look at solution capacity, small upholstery, cars, area rugs (small like entry way) you can get away with the above pro spotter..it will work for 8x16 rugs but you'll have to empty the tank twice and can't drive a large wand. A 10 gallon extractor works for 8x16 rugs , that's 10 gal solution and dirty water with no refill and can drive a floor wand but is really expensive (thus the rentals but most of those don't have heat which is why you put in hot water but that's no where close to how hot the above gets).

But for small spots, you'd be surprised what you can get up with a steam cleaner folex , white terry towel, and a shop vac though not as convenient.

edit: correction, a 4 gallon extractor would need to be emptied 2-3 times on a 8x16 area rug..need a 10 gallon there, 1 one gallon pro like i mention would turn into an all day project not worth it, hire it out.
Probably the most helpful comment I've ever seen on here, thank you!
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Will it actually clean upholstery, throw pillows and bed pillows with soaking with water and ruining fabric, etc.???
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