For over 100 years, Hoover has been integrating the latest technological advances to help clean up household floors. Whether a dripping ice cream cone or dirt from the backyard, outdoor fun offers the promise of messy floors. That only increases during the summer months when kids run in and out tracking mud and gravel along with them. We loosen up rules allowing our kids to migrate around the house – snacking in the family room, eating in the den, and drinking milk in their bedrooms. This leaves an accumulating trail of crumbs and stains across the tile floor, around the carpeted corner, and even up and down the wooden stairs. This year, Hoover wants you to make the most of summer and spend more time with your kids instead of cleaning up after them.
We had the awesome opportunity to receive a Hoover Max Extract 60 thanks to Mom Central. I have tried quite a few different Hoover products before, and last year was apart of the Hoover Insiders where we learned more detail about the products and company.
I couldn’t wait to put the Hoover Max Extract 60 to the test. We had jsut moved from California to Texas and I wanted to clean the carpets in the new house just to be sure they were clean.
I started by vacuuming the floor with my Hoover Platinum Vac. and then cleared the furniture out of the room.
I knew that it would work great but I was surprised at how great it was. First off, it is easy to put together. Literally, all you have to do is screw the handle into the base, wrap the cord and the hose and your good to go!
It took only one full tank of water/solution cleaner to do my entire living room. I liked that I didn’t have to change the water a ton or refill it. Before doing my carpet would take a good hour to clean the living room (same area size), and with the Max Extract 60 I had it done within 30 minutes!
I LOVE the heated cleaning! The forced heated air really did help dry the carpet faster!
As you can see the floor looks great and I love it. It’s worth the money for sure!
*“I received a sample of this product to facilitate my review, but my opinions are entirely my own.”