What Is Hurricane Spin Scrubber?

Using a built-in rechargeable battery that spins the head at 300 RPM, the Hurricane Spin Scrubber promises to rinse, clean, and leave your shower spotless in less than 30 seconds. We’re also told that the “incredible” torque it delivers can cut through any caked-on dirt and grime.

Attached to Hurricane Spin Scrubber’s head are three interchangeable brushes, each of which the company claims feature flexible bristles that mold into cracks and crevices. This way, the company tells us you’ll be able to attack soap scum, mildew, and more, in tracks and corners.

On top of this, Hurricane Spin Scrubber features an extension arm that can help those with arthritis clean hard-to-reach areas. It can even be used outdoors!

Who doesn’t want to restore the luster and shine of the shower, faster, easier, and without harsh chemicals? And perhaps most importantly, without scrubbing or rubbing?

But will Hurricane Spin Scrubber really “do the hard work for you,” or will you end up disappointed? Before you hand over your credit card information, that’s exactly what we’ll help you figure out here.

Hurricane Spin Scrubber vs. Turbo Scrub

The HighYa team has been reviewing ASOTV products for years, and one thing we’ve learned is that it’s fairly common for these companies to “share” products.

In other words, we’ll often see a product appear from one company, only for its website to be pulled and reappear weeks (or months) later, sold by a completely different manufacturer.

What’s the point? A few months ago, we reviewed a nearly identical product named Turbo Scrub, which—except for the blue accents on Hurricane Spin Scrubber—appears to be the identical product.

One HighYa reader had given Turbo Scrub a 5-star rating at the time of our research, claiming that the motor turns fast, it operates quietly, and is effective for addressing grout and other hard-to-reach areas.

Outside of this, if you search online for “powered shower scrubber,” you’ll quickly learn that there are other functionally identical products like Quickie Tub N’ Tile Power Scrubber (which appears to be the original).

This also appears to come with mostly positive online customer feedback, with many claiming that it cleans several different surfaces well and features quality construction.

Several customers noted that Turbo Scrub was heavy, though, that it didn’t clean as well as expected, and that it didn’t come with multiple brush heads. At least from this perspective, Hurricane Spin Scrubber seems to have a leg up.

If you’re willing to venture outside this design, you’ll find even more products that could feasibly deliver the same cleaning power (even power drill attachments!), but might not always improve reach.

What’s the point? Hurricane Spin Scrubber is not a unique product. But will it deliver superior performance?

We’ll get to that in a second, but first, let’s find out how much you’ll pay.

How Much Does Hurricane Spin Scrubber Cost?

One Hurricane Spin Scrubber set will cost you $39.99, plus free shipping and handling. This includes:

  • 1 Hurricane Spin Scrubber Brush
  • 1 Extension Arm
  • 1 Set of Scrubbing Heads
  • 1 Mesh Storage Bag

During checkout, you’ll be able to purchase a second set for an added $19.99 fee.

Hurricane Spin Scrubber is brought to you by the same company who makes Hurricane 360 Spin Mop and Hurricane Twin Spin Mop (Telebrands), who provides a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges, on most of their products. In order to request one, you’ll need to call customer service at 855-668-1655.

Now, let’s get back to examining Hurricane Spin Scrubber’s performance potential.

What Is Hurricane Spin Scrubber Designed to Clean?

That cloudy film covering your shower (informally known as soap scum) is the result of calcium and magnesium in water reacting with the fatty acids in soap. Not only does it look unsightly, but by creating a prime breeding ground for bacteria, soap scum can even pose a health hazard in some instances.

Now, soap scum isn’t exactly a new problem, so there have been thousands of different home remedies and products to remove it over the years, including baking soda and vinegar solutions, borax, ammonia, pumice stones, dryer sheets, and much more.

See Also: Super Simple, Natural, & Cheap Cleaning Solutions Already In Your Kitchen

How Does Hurricane Spin Scrubber Stack Up?

While these options rely mostly on chemistry to remove soap scum, mechanical devices like Hurricane Spin Scrubber work like brushes to physically scrape soap scum from a surface. To do this, they rely on two things: 1) speed and 2) power.

While we’re told Hurricane Spin Scrubber’s head spins at 300RPM, we’re not told much about its torque, or the power at which it spins. Why is this important?

If Spin Scrubber’s head delivers too little torque, pressing it against surfaces (such as tile or glass) with enough force to remove soap scum might cause it to slow down.

If this occurs, then the fact that Hurricane Scrubber’s head (or any other competing product) spins at 300 RPM won’t mean much as far as real world benefits.

The good news is that we tried out the Hurricane Spin Scrubber in multiple scenarios to see just how closely it matches the manufacturer’s claims.

Our Hurricane Spin Scrubber Hands-On Test

We had the opportunity to perform some in-depth testing the Hurricane Spin Scrubber. Did it live up to the manufacturer’s claims? Here’s the video:

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Cleaning a Stand Up Shower With Hurricane Spin Scrubber

After some quick and easy assembly and spraying the shower with a mild cleaner, we found that Hurricane Spin Scrubber’s extension handle really did help us improve reach and scrub the floor without bending down.

While we didn’t have to press down very hard on the Hurricane Spin Scrubber to get it to clean, we quickly learned that because of the head’s spinning motion, it had a tendency to pull to the right when in use.

In order to maintain control, we found we often had to grip tightly; at times, even holding the device with both hands.

After we were finished, Hurricane Spin Scrubber seemed to have cleaned well while the floor was still wet. Once the floor dried for 24 hours, however, we found numerous spots that the scrubber didn’t adequately clean.

Next, we used the corner brush on the shower’s ledge and door rails. It did a great job of working its way into corners, but like the flat head, it was difficult to keep it stable without slipping from side to side.

We then used the dome brush on the same area, which seemed to do a better job than the corner brush at getting rid of mildew.

Finally, Hurricane Spin Scrubber’s flat brush delivered a big improvement in soap scum and mildew after just a few minutes scrubbing the glass shower door.

Overall, we thought Hurricane Spin Scrubber did an OK job on the stand up shower, but to get stains out of the grout, we’d likely need to use a stronger cleaning agent.

What About Cleaning a Dirty Bathtub?

After spraying some mild cleaner on the wall of a shower that had seen better days, we used the dome brush on the tile wall, the corner brush for corners and grout, and the flat brush on the floor.

After spending nearly an hour cleaning the tub, we though Hurricane Spin Scrubber did a decent job of removing soap scum and mildew. However, this required quite a bit of time concentrating on each individual area to ensure everything was clean.

We spent so much time cleaning the shower, in fact, that Hurricane Spin Scrubber’s battery died, although we would have probably needed another 30 minutes to fully clean (without using stronger cleaning chemicals).

Cleaning a Sink Faucet

For our final test, we used the corner brush head on a standard sink faucet. As with our other tests, we often found it difficult to keep it stable and in place. We also learned that the head was too big to get into all the small crevices.

In the end, we didn’t find that Hurricane Spin Scrubber cleaned the faucet any better or easier than by hand.

Our Bottom Line Regarding the Hurricane Spin Scrubber

After finishing, Hurricane Spin Scrubber was easy to clean; simply run under water to rinse and allow time to dry.

Throughout the process, we found that the device really can make cleaning bathtubs and showers easier, and in some instances, faster. It can also make the process physically easier since you won’t have to bend down as often.

It seems to do a fairly good job of cleaning up everyday spots and stains, although it almost certainly won’t be as effective without using cleaning agents or chemicals.

While Hurricane Spin Scrubber seemed to clean well, it’s worth noting that we had to spend quite a bit of time focusing on each area in order to remove all the mildew and soap scum buildup. In short, don’t expect this buildup to miraculously disappear, or you might end up disappointed.

The Hurricane Spin Scrubber is also a bit heavy and takes a lot of effort to keep it in place, so we’re not sure how ideal it would work for someone who suffers from arthritis.

Lastly, keep in mind that it took about 20 hours to charge the first time and 8 hours to fully charge every time thereafter, while power only lasts about an hour.

Hurricane Spin Scrubber Reviews

Since writing our original review, seven HighYa readers provided feedback about Hurricane Spin Scrubber, giving it an average rating of 1.7 stars. We’ve found that this is fairly common among all As Seen on TV products.

While one customer claimed to have had a positive experience, several others claimed to have experienced extensive shipping delays and unresponsive customer service.

Despite these complaints, AJ Khubani’s Telebrands is the largest company in the ASOTV industry, having been in business for more than three decades. In addition to the other Hurricane models mentioned earlier, the company is responsible for recent runaway hits like Red Copper Pan, Atomic Beam USA, Ped Egg Power, and many others.

We’re definitely not saying you’ll experience the same, although HighYa readers have given these products (and all ASOTV products in general, regardless of the manufacturer) an average rating of 2 stars. Why? From a product perspective, the most common complaints typically revolve around lower quality than expected and not working as advertised.

Other common complaints often revolve around business practices, such as long shipping times and difficulty processing refunds.

Again, this doesn’t mean you’ll experience the same. We’re simply providing you with a complete view of the information.

Will Hurricane Spin Scrubber Help You Win the Battle Against Dirt & Grime?

Can Hurricane Spin Scrubber help you get your shower clean? As with any kind of friction between two surfaces, it’s hard to imagine that it won’t help remove at least some dirt and grime in your shower. Will it make it easier? With its extension arm, this also seems possible.

Perhaps most importantly, though, will Hurricane Spin Mop help make that inevitable soap scum a thing of the past?

In general, it appears that chemical reactions often provide the best results at removing soap scum. Sure, you can definitely get rid of it with enough time and elbow grease, but liquid solutions (even homemade ones) might deliver better results with less effort. What does this mean for you?

Based on our testing, Hurricane Spin Scrubber’s extension wand and rotating head really do seem to make it easier to remove soap scum buildup from bathtubs and showers.

It’s not perfect, though, since it’s heavy and can take a lot of concentration and effort to keep the head in one place long enough to adequately clean.

Given this, we’re not sure we’d recommend it for those with arthritis or other types of joint pain.

The good news is that if you feel like rolling the dice on Hurricane Spin Scrubber, it comes with free S&H and the company seems to stand behind it with a 30-day refund policy. Just be sure to hang onto your original box, since it probably won’t be cheap to send it back to the manufacturer.

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28 Customer Reviews for Hurricane Spin Scrubber

Average Customer Rating: 1.4
Rating Snapshot:
5 stars: 2 4 stars: 0 3 stars: 0 2 stars: 3 1 stars: 23
Bottom Line: 7% would recommend it to a friend
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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    Do NOT buy! Zero stars.

    • California,
    • Mar 26, 2017

    This is a piece of junk. It does not spin fast enough to clean anything. Big waste of money. Do NOT buy.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 6 out 6 people found this review helpful

    Disappointed

    • Copake, NY,
    • Mar 24, 2017

    I found the brush head very difficult to attach, and then when I went to change it the whole mechanism separated. I expected more for the price.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 7 out 7 people found this review helpful

    The product does not do anything like as shown on TV

    • Westhampton Beach, NY,
    • Mar 21, 2017

    I have tried the product on every surface as shown on TV. It absolutely does not work. I have boxed it up and returned it, and am furious that I had to pay $19.00 to send it back.

    The Spin Scrubber is worthless. I did a better job using a scrub brush and some elbow grease.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 18 out 18 people found this review helpful

    Hurricane Spin Scrubber, piece of trash

    I tried charging this unit for three days. The red light never turned off, and I tried using it with the charger it had, but it died in about two minutes of using. I wish I would have read the reviews before I bought this crap. If you haven't bought one yet, don't waste your money.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 20 out 20 people found this review helpful

    Disappointed

    It is still charging after one month and will not turn on I ordered the double package, and they are not working. I was promised a mesh bag, but it never arrived. I will be returning it.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 22 out 23 people found this review helpful

    Battery doesn't charge

    It has been three days now since I received this machine and the battery is still not charging (the red light is still on).

    Can I return this to any store that carries this junk? It's a waste of money to mail this back. I will just post this on Facebook, and I will run with it for ten days.

    Thank you, but please, check it out before you send it to the consumers.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 21 out 21 people found this review helpful

    Hurricane Spin Scrubber

    It will not turn on, which sucks, and I will be returning this.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 26 out 26 people found this review helpful

    How can I test it if I can't get it to charge?

    Here we go again with imports made in factories with absolutely no quality control.

    I've been charging my Hurricane Spin Scrubber for 30 hours and it is still showing a red light, and no green light so I can start using it! Directions are very specific about the first charge being at 20 hours (and the unit being in the OFF position) and subsequent charges for eight hours.

    I will be taking it back to Bed Bath & Beyond. Thank goodness I didn't order it online and have to go through all the return shipping. Save your money!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 19 out 19 people found this review helpful

    Not worth the money

    The Hurricane Spin Scrubber I ordered from a commercial on TV is not the quality I had expected. The On/Off button does no work. When the upper and lower sections are put together, the unit starts spinning. Also, it's heavy and difficult to control. I am disappointed.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 19 out 19 people found this review helpful

    Waste of time and money

    • Skokie, IL,
    • Jan 30, 2017

    This product only worked for a couple of minutes, and then it would stop. Any pressure put on it also would stop it. I sent it back. Sorry product.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 23 out 23 people found this review helpful

    I would give it a C-

    • Minnesota,
    • Jan 26, 2017

    I have arthritis in my spine so I was hoping this would be really helpful. When using the scrubber, you cannot put any pressure on the brush or it stops spinning, even a little bit. When fully charged, it works a little bit better, but after a few minutes, the battery seems to lessen. It works ok on tile, but I still had to get down and scrub the tub by hand. I would not recommend buying this.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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