Vacuum Type: Upright
Product Title: Hoover SpinScrub WidePath F6022-900 Vacuum
Power Score: 5 | 2 Reviews
Attachment Features: Hand Tool, Upholstery Nozzle
Cleaning Path: 14 in
Hose Reach: 10 ft
Amperage (amps): 12 A
Power Cord Length: 27 ft
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
# of Attachments: 2
Features: Attachments, Wet Cleaning
Vacuum Color: Grey
Cleaning Areas: Carpets, Upholstery
Product Reviews (2)
Easy to Use Steam Vac
Strengths: Very easy to use. Works well.
I bought it for my daughter who has a cat and dog so she could clean the carpets any time she needed without renting one all the time. It works great. I've borrowed it for rental properties that we have as well as used it for our own house. For a steam cleaner it's not that heavy. It has good suction pulling the water out of the carpets. I highly recommend it.
By anonymous; - Aug 25, 2006
Very Good Steam Vac
Strengths: solution and recovery resevoirs are easy to use; vacuum, while a bit heavy with solution/water onboard, is still easy to use and manuever (and I am only 100 lbs, 5'1"); excellent cleaning
Weakness: handle of recovery water resevoir not balanced well and you need second hand to keep it level when it's full to prevent spilling
We previously owned a Bissell Pro-Heat upright steam cleaner, and after 2 or possibly 3 years, the water pump went out on it. We only did our old house 1 time, lent it to 2 different friends who each did only 1 floor each, so the vacuum only really did 2 whole houses in that entire time--very disappointing after spending some $200 on it. I called around and no one would repair it, and come to...
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We previously owned a Bissell Pro-Heat upright steam cleaner, and after 2 or possibly 3 years, the water pump went out on it. We only did our old house 1 time, lent it to 2 different friends who each did only 1 floor each, so the vacuum only really did 2 whole houses in that entire time--very disappointing after spending some $200 on it. I called around and no one would repair it, and come to find out it would cost at least $80 for parts and another $60 or $70 for labor. So we went to one of the stores I had originally called (Manassas Vacuums in Manassas, VA), and were able to trade our crappy Bissell in for this Hoover Elite Widepath SteamVac. I used it this afternoon and was embarassed by how much dirt and yuck it pulled out of my carpets, but was pleased with the ease of use, even counting the balance issue with the handle of the recovery resevoir. It's a heavy machine, but most steamvacs are, and I didn't have any issues manuevering it. The woman who owned our house before us had the carpets cleaned less and a year ago, I know I won't be looking to have them "professionally cleaned" anytime soon considering all the dirt it pulled out! My family isn't so dirty to create that kind of filth in 7 months. But I was very very pleased with this machine, and since it comes with a 3 year warranty, I'm confident that we'll get a lot more out of this machine than the last one (old one only had 1 yr warranty).
By crummel77 - Jan 2, 2006