Hoover TwinTank Disinfecting Steam Mop – WH20200


  • Disinfects and Kills 99.9% of Harmful Bacteria
  • Two-tank system lets you clean with steam alone or with Hoover Multi-Purpose Disinfectant solution
  • Clean control dial quickly adjusts for light or heavy cleaning
  • Power indicator light
  • Clean every area of your home: carpet glide to refresh carpets, swivel triangle head for easy maneuvering and to clean hard to reach areas

The Hoover TwinTank Disinfecting Steam Mop combines with Hoover SteamPlus Disinfectant solution to deliver a one two punch on germs and harmful bacteria around the home. The two tank system gives you the ability to clean with steam alone or to add Hoover SteamPlus disinfectant solution with the turn of a dial. Steam alone can not eliminate harmful bacteria dwelling on the floors in your home without a substantial exposure time. When used with Hoover SteamPlus solution, the Hoover TwinTank Disinfecting Steam Mop kills or removes 99.9% of harmful bacteria including: Influenza A, Swine Flu (H1N1), Staph, Salmonella, MRSA, E.Coli, and more. Clean every area of your home with the included accessories: carpet glide to refresh carpets, triangle s

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  1. 173 of 177 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Super Clean Steaming Machine, August 9, 2011
    Gregg Heard

    This review is from: Hoover TwinTank Disinfecting Steam Mop – WH20200 (Kitchen)

    I am a quadriplegic who lives in Tempe Arizona. A few months ago my apartment’s carpet was replaced with vinyl wood flooring. After two major dust storms this year, my apartment was left filled with dust. A dust that comes from across the desert and contains all kinds of spores and particles. My wheelchair would leave tracks from room to room, even after my caregiver washed the floor and wheelchair tires. A good friend suggested I try the Hoover steam mop. When my Hoover Enhanced Clean Disinfecting Steam Mop arrived, my caregiver (Lou) went right to work reading the instructions, assembling things together, and then steam cleaned my apartment’s floor. Lou was excited from the moment he opened the box because he owns a Shark, and he said this is so much better than his and will do a lot more. My floor looks cleaner than when it was first installed. The rich wood brown is much clearer, and that light dust in the cracks is gone. Being a quadriplegic I am prone to congestion, and since the dust storms I have been dealing with congestion issues. After my floors were steam cleaned I have had less congestion, and my breathing has noticeably improved. Lou is still excited to use my mop, and sometimes I have to tell him he has cleaned enough. You can no longer tell what rooms I’ve been rolling in and out of. This is a great mop and it definitely deserves more credit for its health benefits and cleaning capabilities.

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  2. 333 of 348 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Spotless Ceramic Tile Floors, April 28, 2011
    M. Hill (U.S.A.) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: Hoover TwinTank Disinfecting Steam Mop – WH20200 (Kitchen)
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    The Hoover Enhanced Clean Disinfecting Steam Mop works on glazed ceramic tile, sealed hardwood and linoleum flooring. It also “freshens” carpeting, although I’m am unaware of the benefit of steaming carpeting between cleanings, but I guess it would freshen it. Included is a carpet slider to facilitate this action. Reading the instructions is a necessity – particularly whenever mixing liquids and electricity. The Owner’s manual is written clearly and is fourteen pages long, including the warranty page.

    The flooring needs to be well swept and all “gross filth”, their words, not mine, must be removed. Sweeping is essential because the small steam vents on the head may become clogged which will affect performance and life expectancy of the unit.

    The steam mop is lightweight, which is a clear advantage over larger units. It is neatly positioned between a nearly disposable Swifter cleaner and a heavier full size steam cleaner. I tested the unit out on four rooms of glazed ceramic tile – approximately 450 square feet. I vacuumed the tile before beginning and some of the areas, primarily the two entrances into the house, had more ground-in dirt than others.

    Assembly involved no more than snapping the handle into the base. The unit has two tanks – the solutions tank holds approximately eight ounces of either Hoover’s disinfectant or multi-floor cleaning solution while the water tank holds sixteen ounces. There is a replaceable filter for the water side of the device (should last twelve months) but the instructions recommend using distilled water to avoid hard water build-up and to extend the filter life. At the time of this review the unit is new to the market and I couldn’t find pricing on the website for the replacement filter.

    The included eight ounce bottle of Disinfectant solution filled the solutions tank and in cleaning the four rooms, I used virtually the entire bottle. The water tank required one extra filling to do all four rooms — a pleasant surprise considering the small size of the tank.

    Two hard surface microfiber pads are included along with one with cut-outs to be used when disinfecting. Select the appropriate pad, lay it on the floor and place the unit on top of it, and a hook and loop (Velcro) system securely attaches the pad. While in use, I tried everything to accidentally disengage the pad and failed.

    After use, the microfiber pads may be thrown in the washer. It is recommended they be washed in hot water and dried flat. The idea of throwing the pad in the washer didn’t appeal to me because at that point it was quite dirty and I couldn’t figure out what I would want to wash with it and it is entirely too small to justify running an entire washer load alone. So, I thoroughly washed it in the kitchen sink with the hottest possible water and detergent (then I disinfected the sink.) I plan to order a couple extra pads. They are on the website for around twenty dollars.

    The steam cleaning process is usually step one and begins almost instantly (within thirty seconds) of pressing the power button. Squeeze the trigger on the handle and steam is released. When finished steam cleaning, and disinfecting is desired, switch the dial on the front from the middle position to high which engages the solutions tank. The time involved in the steam cleaning process will vary based on the condition of the floors.

    While cleaning, I found the more heavily soiled areas of the tile required going over them up to six times to completely remove all ground in dirt, but the remainder of the floor was done with one or two passes. The power cord is long, approximately 28 feet, so there was no need to repeatedly plug and unplug the cleaner within a large area.

    The disinfecting step is optional, and if chosen, is the final action – just a couple of quick passes and then the floor needs to air dry to activate the disinfectant. If a moment is needed to stop while cleaning, the unit should not sit, unmoving, on the floor or damage may occur. A tray is included so the unit may rest off the floor.

    The disinfectant is a food grade cleaner but in addition to its steep price, it contains so many chemicals that in the future, I will use it only occasionally. My main interest in the unit is its steam cleaning capability, so that will be my primary use.

    On the Hoover website, a thirty-two ounce bottle of disinfectant solution (four fills) is around fifteen dollars and a sixty-four ounce bottle of the multi-floor cleaner(eight fills) is around twenty dollars. The two different cleaning solutions should not be mixed together, and other cleaners are not to be used.

    Under Storage in the owner’s manual, when finished cleaning, the water tank should always be emptied and air dried. The solutions tank does not need to be emptied, but there was so little disinfectant remaining, I emptied and rinsed it. In the…

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