Hoover Max Extract 60 Pressure Pro Carpet Cleaner Review
When I learned we would get to review the Hoover MaxExtract 60 PressurePro Carpet Deep Cleaner, I was beyond excited! I had never used a carpet shampooer before and was excited to see what this could do. I had only used one of those rented Rug Doctors when I was in college to clean a rental. I can not believe how expensive those are. I looked on their site and they retail for $699. I also calculated the cost of renting one which was around $50 for one day. That’s great, but I could use my new Hoover only five times and it would pay for itself. Not too bad when you have kiddos, right?
When we got the carpet cleaner out of the box it came with a few pieces to assemble. It was very easy to assemble and the directions were very clear. The Bandit quickly seen that one compartment was marked detergent and the other water, so it was very easy to set up. We had a little fun and really wanted to put our new carpet shampooer to the test. I had the Bandit color with marker on a piece of scrap carpet. I gave him some ravioli and orange juice that he spilled on the carpet. He thought this was too much fun! We rubbed it in to the carpet and then picked up any large pieces of food. So, how does it work? Watch the Bandit in action below and you can see it with your own eyes!
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