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Hoover F5906-900 Upright Steam Cleaner

Hoover  F5906-900  Upright Steam Cleaner
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3 reviews

Oct, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Hoover F5906-900 Upright Steam Cleaner. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the usability.


On average, users rate this product 80/100.

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A personal steam vacuum that makes life a little easier.


Steam cleaning is not a quick five minute process. Yet, if you want to save thousands on replacing carpeting in your house, it is a necessary evil. I purchased this vacuum over a year ago. The steam vacuum is very easy to fill. Simply press a ...

Beltless, easy to remove most parts

Constant cleaning of parts, not pet hair friendly

Sep, 2007

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A great buy!


When my husband and I bought our first home last year, I was unable to get the carpets cleaned before we moved in. After cleaning up the umpteenth mess on the living room floor last week, I decided I needed to do something. After doing a lot of ...

Easy to put together, easy to use, surprisingly lightweight.

The cleaning tank can be a bit of a problem to lock in place.

Sep, 2006

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What a great cleaner!! Definitely worth it!


After my terrible experience with a Bissell (see my review on the "Bissell 1960-3 QuickSteamer Plus Upright Vacuum"), I vowed to never purchase that brand again. I did some researching here on and noticed that the Hoover had great reviews,...

Spinning brushes, large tanks, upholstery attachments, cleans great and leaves floor relatively dry!

Heavy. Attachments take a bit of effort to connect (but worth it).

Apr, 2006