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Hoover Vacuum cleaner. Same deal as Black friday deal on target.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

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https://www.target.com/p/hoover-p...A-51315115 Now $149.99
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I bought this and sold it for $25 on Craigslist. It's parts are made out of a super hard polypropylene plastic...think old CD jewel case plastic. It was clunky and loud because of this I thought it was pretty bad at sucking up water. Switched to a bissell pet model with heated water tank I found at Walmart and I've loved it for the last 6-7 years.

This is the Bissell model I was referring to, it goes on sale regularly and a lot of cash back sites have cash back promos. The difference is night and day, Bissell is more expensive but it really sucks the moisture up and leaves visibly clean results. Cheap carpet cleaning solution by the gallon is available at Lowes and Home Depot.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/BISSEL...9/49369572
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I have owned a refurb of the pet version of this same cleaner for a couple of years and it's always served me really well. Cleaned my carpets well and was portable and handy to use. Recently the clean water/soap container began leaking but other than that I've never had a problem. That said I tried the Bissell Big Green recently and that beat the pants off of my Hoover in terms of how well it cleaned the carpet but Bissells are heavy and they have a lot of moving parts which is a recipe for disaster if you use it a lot and they do rust easily. AND it costs 3x as much. If you're in the market for a carpet cleaner and are looking for something quick and easy to use that will last you a few years with regular use, I don't think you can go wrong with this one for $100
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I own one of these units. AMA.
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Is good? Use for car also?

Rust issues? Some terrible reviews on Amazon...
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I've used it several times for my apartment (900 square feet) and MIL's house (2,000 square feet). No issues other than the occasional need for teardown and rinsing (brushes and tank). Haven't noticed any rusting. Not sure I'd recommend it for a car, since it's quite bulky and the tools are just okay. Only major downside is that cleaning solution can be expensive, but there's probably some DIY-solution guides on the internet.
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I have owned a refurb of the pet version of this same cleaner for a couple of years and it's always served me really well. Cleaned my carpets well and was portable and handy to use. Recently the clean water/soap container began leaking but other than that I've never had a problem. That said I tried the Bissell Big Green recently and that beat the pants off of my Hoover in terms of how well it cleaned the carpet but Bissells are heavy and they have a lot of moving parts which is a recipe for disaster if you use it a lot and they do rust easily. AND it costs 3x as much. If you're in the market for a carpet cleaner and are looking for something quick and easy to use that will last you a few years with regular use, I don't think you can go wrong with this one for $100
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Looks like it has some really bad reviews from people that have had it for more than a few months. Anything better? Even the green one that has been posted for $300 has major issues, not sure if Bissell is just that bad?
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Got this one last Black Friday for one dollar (amazon)less have dogs and used It weekly depending Time of the year and no issue and best one we ever had. After done carpet dries very quit. Getting again for mother in law as used ours a few times. No rust issues
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1. Can you limit the water/solution that gets applied when cleaning carpets? I have a hardwood floor underneath that I want to rehab in the future so don't want water stains.

2. Ditto for using the upholstery cleaner, because reading about this I'm not sure there's any trigger whatsoever to limit solution like when cleaning carpets.

3. Can you run it dry, i.e., without any solution but where there's some heat, for minutes after cleaning, for the purpose of attempting to dry the insides to avoid the reported rusting?

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1. Can you limit the water/solution that gets applied when cleaning carpets? I have a hardwood floor underneath that I want to rehab in the future so don't want water stains.

2. Ditto for using the upholstery cleaner, because reading about this I'm not sure there's any trigger whatsoever to limit solution like when cleaning carpets.

3. Can you run it dry, i.e., without any solution but where there's some heat, for minutes after cleaning, for the purpose of attempting to dry the insides to avoid the reported rusting?

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Re: #1 and #2, no, I don't think there's a way to limit the amount of water and solution. (At least not that I'm aware of.) There's a wash vs. rinse switch, which determines if you're adding solution, but I don't think there's any way to change the amount or ratio otherwise. Re: #3, you probably could run it for awhile to dry, but I think you'd risk other wear and tear.

It sounds like you have some pretty specific use cases. If you don't want to risk damage to the wood under your carpet and need more control over water and solution, I'd definitely recommend skipping this model; this is basically an entry-level cleaner for quick jobs.
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I have the version without the heated cleaning, but I just put super hot water in it before I use it. I must say because the brushes are horizontal instead of a roller it's kind of easier to clean hair balls out of it. I also haven't run into any of the rust issues that I saw reported in summer views, but in the year I've had it I probably only used it once a month. the stairwell and furniture attachments are incredible and my stairs came out looking brand new when they hadn't been cleaned by anything but a vacuum in over 3 years. For $100 for once a month cleaning it's a no brainier, if you have multiple pets that shed a lot, vacuum heavily first.
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I bought this and sold it for $25 on Craigslist. It's parts are made out of a super hard polypropylene plastic...think old CD jewel case plastic. It was clunky and loud because of this I thought it was pretty bad at sucking up water. Switched to a bissell pet model with heated water tank I found at Walmart and I've loved it for the last 6-7 years.

This is the Bissell model I was referring to, it goes on sale regularly and a lot of cash back sites have cash back promos. The difference is night and day, Bissell is more expensive but it really sucks the moisture up and leaves visibly clean results. Cheap carpet cleaning solution by the gallon is available at Lowes and Home Depot.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/BISSEL...9/49369572
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I bought this a couple years ago. Mine rusted after a couple uses. The rust prevents the brushes from spinning. If I want them to work properly, I have to disassemble the unit and scrub off the rust inside for each time I clean my carpets. Horrible product.
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I bought this and sold it for $25 on Craigslist. It's parts are made out of a super hard polypropylene plastic...think old CD jewel case plastic. It was clunky and loud because of this I thought it was pretty bad at sucking up water. Switched to a bissell pet model with heated water tank I found at Walmart and I've loved it for the last 6-7 years.
CD case is made of polystyrene, not polypropylene! Polypropylene is a chemical resistant plastic and is very durable compared to polystyrene.
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I have one an like it. It does a good job, but it doesn't replace the need to have your carpets deep cleaned professionally cleaned every now and again.
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