What is Hurricane Spin Scrubber
As per the infomercial it is a cordless, rechargeable power scrubber that provides easy cleaning of dirt, dust, soap scum and mildew by rotating at 300 scrubs per minute.
Hurricane Spin Scrubber Review
Kelly Peterson in her review mentions – “The Hurricane Spin Scrubber worked 6 to 8 times and then it would not turn on even though it was fully charged. Hurricane Spin Scrubber is a total waste of money.”
Kelly Jones states in her review – “The Hurricane Spin Scrubber has a poor design. It is awkward to hold. You have to hold the Hurricane Spin Scrubber with 2 hands to reach to top of the shower. The scrubber flies around if you apply any amount of tension. The big round brush is useless as only a portion of the ’round tip’ hits the tile.”
Rachael Freeman complains in her review – “The Hurricane Spin Scrubber is too heavy and stops when you apply only a little bit of pressure. The vibration will make your neck and upper back hurt. The “corner” brush is too big to go in the corner and the tip of it is too large too. The Hurricane Spin Scrubber is not a good product to clean a tile shower.”
Jordan Lawrence in her review complains – “The Hurricane Spin Scrubber is extremely disappointing. The extension of the Hurricane Spin Scrubber is not stable enough to really put a little pressure down to clean soap scum off, etc. It only fastens in on one side of the shaft and feels as though it will fall apart any second when trying to hold the brush to the tub to scrub.”
Barbara Hill reveals in her review – “The Hurricane Spin Scrubber spins around and splashes and sprays all over the place.”
Kimberly Murphy says in her review – “The Hurricane Spin Scrubber works very well, but the brushes are rounded in such a way that they have little surface-area contact with the tub. So it takes an unnecessarily long time to use the Hurricane Spin Scrubber, even though the Hurricane Spin Scrubber does work well, and eventually, the tub does get clean. Flatter brushes would be a big plus.”
Brittany Ester states in her review – “After just two recharges, the Hurricane Spin Scrubber stopped working completely.”
Beth White reveals in her review – “The brushes are practically as hard as a wire brush and just scratches the shower walls. It’s very slow. It takes longer to use the Hurricane Spin Scrubber than to wipe down the shower. After fully charging the Hurricane Spin Scrubber before using and after the first time of use it was dead. The Hurricane Spin Scrubber wouldn’t connect to charge it back up.”
Garret Davis who reviewed the product reveals – “Using the Hurricane Spin Scrubber on showers/bathroom, it spins well with very little torque. Once you press down it stops moving. It just didn’t clean much. It is mainly good for light touch up duty but for anything caked up/soiled. It is best to use your hands with a scrubber. It probably would be best for those who cannot apply pressure and reach areas and to just get a mild cleaning.”
William Hayden – “The Hurricane Spin Scrubber needs more power to do the job quickly. Plus, if you don’t keep it plugged in, the charge dies and it isn’t ready when you need it. The brush heads have a rounded shape and are also too small causing it to clean less surface area and also taking more time.”
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Hurricane Spin Scrubber Questions and Answers
Q. Does the Hurricane Spin Scrubber clean well in corners like shower door corners?
A. The Hurricane Spin Scrubber does not clean easily with the flat bottomed brush attachment but you can clean the corners by switching to the conical brush attachment. The brush works best if you don’t try to apply a lot of pressure. Just relax, control the handle and let the brush do the work and it does the job nicely.
Q. Is the Hurricane Spin Scrubber waterproof? I want to use it inside an aquarium.
A. It is recommended that water should not enter the motor area of the Hurricane Spin Scrubber.
Q. How long does the Hurricane Spin Scrubber take to charge again (after the initial 24-hour charge) and how long will it hold a charge between uses?
A. The Hurricane Spin Scrubber holds a charge for about 6 to 8 uses. The Hurricane Spin Scrubber charge stays overnight.
Q. How long can the Hurricane Spin Scrubber scrub for on a full charge? How long does it take to get it fully charged before you can use it?
A. The Hurricane Spin Scrubber has to be charged for 20 hours at first.
Q. What diameter is the large round brush?
A. It’s about 5 inches across at the widest part.
Q. How many brush heads does the Hurricane Spin Scrubber have?
A. The Hurricane Spin Scrubber has two brushes, one with soft bristles and another with hard ones.
Q. What is the length of the Hurricane Spin Scrubber without the extension & what is the length of the extension?
A. The Hurricane Spin Scrubber is approximately 24″ long. The extension adds another 19″
Q. Do you have to apply your cleaner and water to the tub/walls before using the Hurricane Spin Scrubber or does the water come through the scrubber?
A. Spray the cleaner in the tub and on the walls. The water does not come through the scrubber.
Q. Is the pole metal or plastic?
A. The top and bottom portions are plastic and the middle section is metal.
Q. Does the Hurricane Spin Scrubber work on block tile on floors and shower walls?
A. It does, it worked on tiles walls in the shower and was great on the tub floor. It is very easy to handle.
Q. Will the Hurricane Spin Scrubber scratch fiberglass or cultured marble?
A. Using it a number of times have not caused any scratches on any the regular bathroom surfaces. There are two heads, one is softer and the other harder. Do not press hard, just let the machine work.
Q. Can the Hurricane Spin Scrubber be used on a new Kohler acrylic bathtub?
A. The bristles are stiff and might scratch an acrylic surface in my opinion.
Q. Are the bristles flimsy or stiff?
A. Neither flimsy nor terribly stiff, but it does the job.
Q. How many brushes come with the package?
A. Two brushes, a large one for regular jobs and a small cone-shaped one for corners and grout.
Q. Is the Hurricane Spin Scrubber very noisy? For example, would it wake a child sleeping in another room?
A. The Hurricane Spin Scrubber is almost as loud as a hairdryer.
Hurricane Spin Scrubber states to be a powerful scrubber that cuts through soap scum, mildew, grime and dirt with ease. Currently there are no Hurricane Spin Scrubber reviews made available that will prove its claims. Hurricane Spin Scrubber guarantees that it does its job with ease with the help of a rotating brush head that performs cleaning at 300 scrubs per minute. Its design ensures that anyone can simply hold it in position and achieve high-class cleaning in no time. Whether or not Hurricane Spin Scrubber provides such amazing cleaning will be known once users review it.
Hurricane Spin Scrubber promises to be easy to use and is designed with a comfortable handle that doesn’t vibrate while it rotates. It’s perfect for use by people with arthritis. Hurricane Spin Scrubber guarantees to remove dirt and grime with using harsh or abrasive chemicals inside the bathroom sink, glass, mirror and more places indoors and outdoors. Hurricane Spin Scrubber’s claims will be verified further with user reviews. Hurricane Spin Scrubber maintains to be highly flexible with its cordless and rechargeable design. Plus the use of flexible bristles helps in cleaning deeper into cracks and crevices. Does Hurricane Spin Scrubber really do all the cleaning chores for you? Send us your Hurricane Spin Scrubber reviews.
What do I get?
You will get Hurricane Spin Scrubber for $39.99 plus $9.99 S&H. | Official website: www.spinscrubber.com