Hoover Platinum Collection Carpet Cleaner
Categorized: Carpet Shampoo Machines
While a little on the expensive side at four hundred dollars, the Platinum Collection carpet cleaner from Hoover is a great carpet shampooer for your home or business. The reason this machine works so well is that is uses MaxExtract Technology. This is Hoover’s trademark cleaning system that uses a combination of multi-directional brushes, high velocity suction and forced heat to dry the carpets in less time. Because of the advanced cleaning techniques less carpet shampoo is necessary than in other carpet shampooers.
Another helpful cleaning gadget is the high intensity spotlight that reveals any problem areas or stains. Combined with the light there are also two spot cleaning settings on the carpet shampooer that will help you clean all different kinds of stains. There is a stream setting for targeting small stains and a spray setting for attacking large high traffic areas.
There are two setting for general carpet cleaning as well. The carpet and rug setting will allow the brushes to work at optimal levels and speeds. There is a patented rinse cycle that uses fresh water to rinse the carpet free of any residual soap residue. Soap residue left behind can cause a phenomenon known as wicking. Any dirt left behind would be attracted to the soap residue and would rise to the surface over time making your carpet look even dirtier. The best thing about these settings is that there are indicator lights to tell you what cycle you are on. That way you can be confident that you are getting your carpets appropriately clean. There are also indicator lights to inform you when you need to change the water in your tank.
There are several attachments that make this carpet shampooer from Hoover an even better investment. There is a SpinScrub powered hand tool with a rotating brush so that you can clean hard to reach areas or stairs. There is also an upholstery tool and a crevice tools that you can use with a long hose to clean furniture or curtains.
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