BISSELL ProHeat 2X Select Upright Deep Carpet Cleaner, 9400M
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- Upright vacuum/carpet cleaner; 12 amps
- 12 rows of brushes rotating for deep cleaning/grooming
- Heats water and cleaning formula to remove tough stains
- Edge-to-edge cleaning and suction power
- Choose between light clean, normal, rinse, or heavy traffic settings
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My second machine was the old version of this machine, which was 5 years old, and still working, but one of the kids borrowed it, and when I stressed the importance of cleaning after use, she went nuts and disassembled the thing to clean it (totally unnesessary), and it came back not working well. Obvious user problem, not the machine's fault.
So, I ordered the 9400 Select, which arrived promptly from Amazon, quickly assembled it, and went to work in the bedroom. With 3 dogs, I clean the carpet every 3 months. My dogs are potty trained, but they are dogs, after all, and unlike me they can't remove dirty shoes when they enter the house. Amazing what 12 little feet can track in to a carpet! So, between my normal use, and the dogs, I am always looking for the best machine.
I am going to post some pictures of the things mentioned, if this site allows... By the way, the room I did first and will base these comments on is a 12x15 foot bedroom, with very light colored carpeting. Some reviewers expressed frustration with the fuzzballs that can get left behind. Yes, this machine does that. It is old carpet, dog fur, and dirt. It is confined, slightly damp, and picks up easily. In this room there were maybe 12 chunks of this stuff, which were picked up as I went along. Not slimy, didn't require toweling or gloves.
Next, one reviewer said the machine leaks dirty water spots all over.Read more ›
Anyways, I had no luck with the SpotBot I purchased so I was a little reluctant to try another Bissell Product. I saw the good ratings for the 9400 and figured I would give it a shot.
It seems to have everything one could need on a steam cleaner and it even includes Scotchgard Protection. I tried the Bissell on a tough stain that had set in for a couple of months. Nothing could get it out not even the Rug Doctor from the supermarket.
At first the Bissell did not totally get it out. So I tried it again with the hottest water I could get and heated the water with the built-in heater. Sure enough it got it out like a charm. I think Chem-Dry will have to find another customer now!
Steam cleaners are kind of a pain to use with all the filling of tanks and solutions and they usually soak your carpet. But I finally found something that can get up just about any stain and leave my carpet clean as a whistle. We have a winner!
We have carpeting in our kitchen, our kitchen table rests on the carpet. You can imagine how dirty they look(ed) after years of spilled milk, cereal, wine, ketchup, etc... We had planned on ripping them up and putting in tile or Pergo in the next few years.
So this past week our dog gets sick and really puts me over the edge here. I decide to rent one of those "Rug Doctors" at the grocery store. However, I realize that it will take days for me to clean all the carpets and I really don't want to have to shuttle the Rug Doctor back and forth to the grocery store (about 15 - 20 mins away). On a whim, I check out the reviews on Amazon and find that the Bissell 9400 is the real deal. There is even a reviewer mentioning his sick dog.
So I decide to go with the Bissell.
It was very well packaged, little boxes for all the accessories (there are a ton of them). There is even a mesh bag full of various cleaners (wish I knew that before I bought $60 worth of cleaners!!). The Bissell goes together in about 10 minutes (including the time it took to locate my screwdriver).
I used the Bissell "Pet Strength" cleaner, taking two bottles to do two rooms (wayyy more than is required, but these were dirty carpets!!).
It is a slow process, you have to push the cleaner forward, depressing the trigger. Move slowly, then pull back with the trigger depressed.Read more ›
ONE TIP: After shampooing, you may want to go over the carpet one final time to get any excess water from the carpet, turn your heater OFF. The heater draws from the 12 amp motor which steals power from the sucking mechanism.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I would not recommend this product. I have had three Hoover Steam Carpet Cleaners and decided this last time to try the Bissell. It is a poorly designed product. Read morePublished 1 month ago by someoneouthere
I bought this 2 years ago and the first time it was used it worked perfectly. Then it was down hill from there. Always needs some replacement part or techical service/repair. Read morePublished 4 months ago by lettermom99
Has easily paid for itself over professional cleaning. It does have an issue with the heating element clogging over time and I've had to disassemble it to clean several times. Read morePublished 9 months ago by D. Bauer
Sill using it after all these years. Fantastic machine!!!!! LOVE ITPublished 12 months ago by LadyPink
I thought this was a decent investment the first time I used it. After that it just made a mess and each time it got progressively worse. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Honest Reviewer
I'm very pleased with this machine, but I find the tanks somewhat limited in their capacity, however they eliminate any heavy lifting of full tanks, so in the long run it's easier... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Mr. Shopper
After two cleanings, frustrating ones I might add, I give up and will move on. First, the dispenser did not work. After cleaning an entire room, the dispenser was still full. Read morePublished 17 months ago by MaxCare Bionics
Excellent machine. Easy to use, easy to load, easy to clean.Published 17 months ago by olson.thomas