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BISSELL ProHeat 2X Upright Deep Carpet Cleaner, 9200

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  • Upright carpet cleaner removes tough stains and embedded debris
  • Heats water and cleaning formula; 2-in-1 tank; 12-inch cleaning path
  • Edge-sweep brushes; tough-stain tool for cleaning carpet, upholstery, and stairs
  • Includes trial-size cleaning formula and Scotchgard
  • Measures 19 by 13 by 44 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Manual [2.09mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13 x 44 inches ; 35 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000ASB3RG
  • Item model number: 9200
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #679,631 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The Bissell ProHeat 2X upright deep cleaner combines heated cleaning, powerful DirtLifter PowerBrushes, and surround suction to expertly clean and groom carpeted floors. The machine's double rows of DirtLifter PowerBrushes agitate ground-in dirt to the surface while a wide floor nozzle with a 12-inch cleaning path removes all traces. The custom clean option and edge sweep brushes make total cleaning a breeze. The machine is easy to use, with large, easy-to-maneuver wheels and an extra long 27-foot power cord. Other helpful elements include a controllable heater switch, heat indicator light, carrying handle, and 12 amps of cleaning power. This Bissell ProHeat 2X includes a tough-stain tool, trial-size tough-stain cleaner, trial-size fiber cleansing formula, and Scotchgard protectant.

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Customer Reviews

The water in the tank would not be particularly dirty.
Gary Peterson
After cleaning the floors, it leaves the carpet SOAKED, and doesnt pick up much of anything, just pushes dirt and hair around.
S. Wilson
After storage, seals dry out, plastic parts warp, hoses develop leaks and the thing just won't work.
Richard A. Ames Jr.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

237 of 241 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 4, 2005
This is the first machine I have owned; however, it is among many I have borrowed over many years.

Assembling and acquainting myself with it took only 10 minutes.

I was very happy to buy this unit as the cleaning solution and water vessels are separate. So, I can rinse my carpets after cleaning them.

The heating unit works in just one minute after filling the water bladder and placing it back on the deep cleaner. Then...you are off and cleaning your carpets.

Using it on a 12' x 12' bedroom and a 14' x 25' great room was pretty easy and pleasureable. The result was perfection in a spotless carpet! Most importantly, a spotless carpet with little shampooing residue left behind compared to other cleaners.

Why not 5 stars as a rating from me?...Well, the following are the issues I have but am willing to deal with:

*** They say you can leave the cleaning solution in the tank until the next time you clean, which could be many months from now. I do not recommend this as the unit seemed to leak while the cleaning solution was left in the tank and the unit was merely sitting with the cord wrapped up. Simply dump the cleaning solution back into the bottle and rinse out the vessel.

*** Carpet fibers seem to adhere to the bottom of the unit behind the brushes. To avoid dislodging these fibers onto the carpet during cleaning, the bottom of the unit should be wiped down frequently.

*** To keep the unit in tip top shape, the rollers, sucking unit, water bladder, and cleaning solution vessel should be removed, rinsed, and allowed to dry thoroughly. Direction are given in the manual to remove all of these items properly; however, it requires 15 minutes of dismantling...then overnight to dry...
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229 of 240 people found the following review helpful By pebbles on April 16, 2006
After owning Hoovers, I recently tried this model. I have been generally happy with my last two Hoover carpet cleaners and they have been durable for me. I used both TONS -- the 1st one was a very early model that was still going strong after 5 or 6 years of hard use, and I replaced it with one that had rotating brushes. It also got years of use but I accidentally damaged it thru my negligence. (Used it in an unheated cabin, left it overnight, and it got well below freezing - I broke the spray trigger when I impatiently tried to use it.) My last one still worked if you pushed the surge button and then pried it up again, but I decided to get a new one.

I purchased the Hoover 914-900, but it leaked before even starting to use it, so I returned it and bought a Bissell Proheat 2x. I liked that it seemed easier to clean the machine than the Hoovers, and that it had a rinse option, although not conveniently located. I noticed immediately with first use that it wasn't as good as even my old (trigger broken) Hoover. The Bissell didn't extract water well at all, even though I went over and over an area trying to get the water up. It was obvious by looking that it also didn't clean as well (probably as a result of leaving dirty water still in the carpets.) If it'd been my first carpet cleaner I might have thought it great since it did get dirt out, but I knew they didn't look as clean as in the past and mostly they were WET. The next day, before returning it I bought ANOTHER Hoover 914-900 thinking the first leaky one was an anomaly. The 2nd one leaked initially also, but once I used it for a minute, pressed and released the trigger a few times and the seals got wet, it stopped leaking. Thus I had two new cleaners to try side-by-side.
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46 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover on June 15, 2006
Others have gone into very good detail about this machine so I won't go over that again. What I will add, however, is that there are a couple weird things about this carpet cleaner that I didn't expect.

The first is that if you have pets you will have to go back and pick up clumps of hair - even if you've just ran the vacuum cleaner. This is a good/bad situation as it's good that it's getting up all the hair that the vacuum cleaner missed but it's also a pain in the back (literally) to have to bend over every minute or two to pick up clumps of hair or risk clogging up the carpet cleaner with hair. We've lived in this house for 2 1/2 years and have had 2 cats the whole time, 2 dogs for 2 of those years so we expected some pet hair. We've ran the vacuum cleaner twice a week on average ever sinced we moved in, however, so you may not have that problem if you don't have as many animals as we have.

The second quirk - and one that will effect everyone - is the fact that it seems to leak. We have a "green machine" (portable hand held Bissell) that we have the same problem with so it seems to be a problem with all Bissell's. After you turn off the carpet cleaner and wrap the cord up you'll be surprised to see a mess of dirty water under where the carpet cleaner was. Tacks such as running a minute or so (continually moving it) before shutting it off doesn't work either. We have to store the carpet cleaner in the garage as it will continue to leak out over the next few hours or so and leaves a puddle of water about 6 inches in diameter.

The final little quirk is that, even though it cleans well, be prepared for the carpet to be very wet when you're done.
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