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Hoover FloorMate Deluxe FH40160PC Review

Maintaining hard floors like tile or hardwood is a lot of work. First you have to sweep regularly using a broom or a vacuum cleaner. Second, on high traffic areas like the kitchen where there is a lot of grease residue you’ll have to get down on your knees and scrub off residue. Third and […]

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Hoover Linx vs Dyson DC59

The Linx is one of Hoover’s bestselling stick/upright vacuums and with good reason. Big tech blogs like CNet were impressed with its cleaning performance on carpet and on bare floor – it passed all of their tests with flying colors. Consumers were equally impressed with its cleaning capabilities on carpet and on bare floor. That’s […]

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Hoover Platinum Collection UH30010COM Review

When shopping for a full sized vacuum cleaner you have to choose one type over the other – you either pick a canister or an upright. The Platinum UH30010COM from Hoover changes all that because it literally is two products in one package. It comes with a full sized upright capable of deep cleaning carpets […]

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Hoover WindTunnel Air SH40070 Review

Most entry level canister vacuums aren’t equipped with a motorized brush which severely limits their effectiveness on carpet. To be able to avail of one with such you have two choices. Spend $200 to $300 on a high end canister with a motorized brush like the Dyson DC39 or get a mid-level variety like this […]

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Hoover Sprint QuickVac UH20040 Review

A lot of “budget” uprights would cost close to $100 which is still expensive for some people so I had to look for cheaper options that will still perform. Just today, I stumbled upon this relatively lightweight bagless from Hoover called the Sprint QuickVac. I say relatively lightweight because it weighs 12.75 pounds, around 2.75 […]

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Hoover Corded Cyclonic SH20030 Review

A full sized upright weighs between 12 to 25 pounds fully loaded with all the accessories that you need to clean almost every nook and cranny but these vacuums can really take a toll on your back if need you use it every day. If you’re up there in years you can’t use these types of […]

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