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BISSELL DeepClean Deluxe Pet Full Sized Carpet Cleaner, 36Z9
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- Innovative Cleanshot Trigger directs the formula directly at stains for targeted stain removal
- Stain Trapper tool keeps pet messes in the self-contained tool and out of the machine
- Pet Hair Basket makes it easy trap and throw away pet hair and debris
- Heatwave Technology helps maintain consistent water temperature while cleaning
- Dual Power brushes with 12 cleaning rows pull deep dirt out of carpet
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DeepClean Deluxe Pet Deep Cleaner, 36Z9
You have the power to give carpets a thorough clean, even when your furry friends have done their worst. Our most advanced cleaning system—the BISSELL DeepClean Deluxe Pet—provides professional results, even against the toughest pet stains and odors on your carpets.
Twelve rows of dual rotating PowerBrushes, a pet hair collection basket, Cleanshot, DuraStrength nozzle, and Stain Trapper tool provide everything you need to get the job done. BISSELL 2X Pet Stain & Odor Cleaning Formula’s odor control technology works with your cleaner to remove odors and help prevent pets from soiling the same area again. With a carpet cleaner designed to clean better than all other leading brands,* feel confident that each room in your home is ready for life—and your furry friends. *Cleaning results based upon measurements of color reflectance and brightness of carpet fibers using BISSELL Professional Deep Cleaning Formula.
Why should I invest in a deep cleaner?
Deep cleaning is a process that loosens and removes tough pet stains and odors and even ground-in dirt that could harm carpet fibers. It helps to protect flooring and keep it looking its best for years to come. Though vacuuming is great for picking up everyday dirt toward the surface of fibers, only deep cleaning washes fibers, leaving carpets touchably clean.
Are upright or portable deep cleaners better?
When it comes to upright deep cleaners versus portable deep cleaners, it’s not about which is better, it’s about which is best suited for the job at hand. Uprights are best suited for large areas and whole rooms, while portable spot cleaners specialize in stairs, upholstery, auto interiors, and more.
DeepClean Deluxe Pet Deep Cleaner, 36Z9
- Advanced cleaning system targets pet stains and odors and delivers professional-style results for a carpet cleaner that cleans better than all other brands.*
- 12 rows of dual rotating Powerbrushes
- EdgeSweep cleans against baseboards and Surround Suction helps dry surfaces fast
- Heatwave Technology helps maintain constant water temperature throughout the cleaning process
- Pet hair collection basket, Cleanshot, DuraStrength nozzle, and specialized Stain Trapper tool
- Includes trial size of 2X Pet Stain and Odor Formula
Accessorize Your Deep Cleaner
Keep your carpets clean and odor-free with deep cleaning formulas from BISSELL. Most formulas are 2X concentrated so you use half as much. Plus, keep carpets looking newer, longer with our cleaning formulas complete with Scotchgard. And, to keep your carpets fresh and stain free in-between deep cleanings, have a BISSELL spot and stain remover on-hand.
DeepClean Premier Pet Deep Cleaner 17N4
DeepClean Deluxe Pet Deep Cleaner 36Z9
NEW! ProHeat 2X Premier 47A23
DeepClean Premier Deep Cleaner 47A2
25 lbs. or Less
22 ft. Cord Length
1.25 Tank Capacity
Made for Pet Clean Up
Trial Sized BISSELL Formula Included (intended for 1-2 uses)
3 Year Limited Warranty
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Now that I have the introductions out of the way, let me tell you what we love about this Bissell compared to our last.
1. The larger tank allows us to clean more carpet before refilling.
2. The heater seems to have gone through some marked improvements, as the water stays hot for the entire time the machine is in use. Perhaps this was a defective part on our old machine, but we love the improvement nonetheless.
3. The hair basket seems to work great for us. Some still gets past it, but most of it is caught - eliminating the fear of clogging a drain and having to play in the dirty water to remove the clog.
4. The brushes do a better job of agitating tough spots.
5. And finally, the suction is stronger, making faster work out of what was really time consuming before and leaving our carpets a little drier.
Compared to my old Hoover, well, even our old Bissell beat it in terms of performance.
One thing I did like about my old Hoover though was the two tanks - one for clean water/chemical and the other for dirty water. That did make it easier to fill and empty. I wouldn't necessarily call Bissell's design messy, but it sucks when your dirty water needs to be emptied yet the clean water still has a little left. You pretty much have to dump everything and I don't like being wasteful.
There are a few other things we don't exactly love about the new Bissell.
1. The "Cleanshot" is kind of deceiving.
A. Lining up the stream with the spot is a bit of a challenge. On our machine we have to have the machine about 12" from the spot and sitting to the left of the spot by about 2" in order to get a direct hit. Yours might be different, I don't know.
B. As a housekeeping manager for a Marriott hotel, I became cleanliness certified through a combined Marriott, Windsor and Ecolab hands-on training that included a lot of post-classwork that spanned several months. One thing we learned is that there are three stages of carpet care: routine (vacuum), interim (shampoo) and recovery (extraction). For the most part, your household carpet cleaner falls more into the interim category than the recovery category, but when you use the Cleanshot to spray a direct line of chemical and water onto a section of carpet, let it sit for a minute or two, then apply direct suction to that area, you have entered the recovery stage. You don't want to enter the recovery stage for any section of carpet more than twice a year because the recovery stage significantly damages the carpet fibers. So, while I have used the Cleanshot, I don't recommend getting in the habit of using it if you don't absolutely have to.
2. The machine is kind of heavy even without water in it. It's not as noticeable for me as it is for my wife because, as I said, I work at a hotel and we use commercial machines that weigh a lot more than this. I think this one is light. She disagrees.
3. The location of the power button is awkward. Since we don't use the carpet cleaner on a daily/weekly basis, as we do the vacuum cleaner, it's hard to get this power button placement engrained in memory. Even the commercial cleaners I've used don't have power switches located half way down the front of the machine. It's just unnaturally weird.
For those who are saying that the carpet is left really wet, it leaves a lot of hair behind or that the stains aren't coming up, here are some tips.
You need to thoroughly vacuum the carpet before using the carpet cleaner. Take your time. Get in every corner and along every baseboard. Go over it at least twice to get as much soil, hair and dust out of the carpet as you possibly can. Once the carpet is as clean as you can get it by vacuuming, it's time for the carpet cleaner.
When you use any carpet cleaner, the natural motion for most people is push it forward, then depress the spray trigger and pull it back, then move onto the next section. That fails you on a couple of fronts. Number one, you aren't giving the chemical any time to break up the soil, so you're going to miss a lot. And number two, you're not giving the machine much of a chance to agitate the fibers or suck up nearly enough water to help your carpet dry faster.
Instead, do this:
A. Slowly push the machine forward while depressing the spray trigger.
B. Allow the chemical 15-30 seconds to work.
C. Slowly pull the machine backward over the section you just sprayed. Do not depress the spray trigger.
D. Repeat steps A-C over the same area.
E. Examine the strip you just cleaned for any remaining spots, move the machine up to them and agitate the carpet some more. Do not depress the spray trigger.
F. Slowly push the machine to the top of your cleaned strip and pull it all the way back. Repeat this 3 times. Do not depress the spray trigger.
G. If there are still spots that didn't come clean, push the machine to those spots and use a 2-second spray with the Cleanshot. Leave that section and start the next one.
H. After following steps A-C for the next strip return to the spots you used the Cleanshot with in step G. Do not depress the spray trigger. Just agitate the carpet and suck up the water from those spots. If the spots are still present, they most likely will not come out with your machine. It will require a professional machine or replacing the carpet in that area.
I. Return to the strip you started cleaning and pick up with step D.
J. Repeat steps A-I throughout the entire room.
Cleaning your carpets shouldn't be nearly as fast as vacuuming. It takes a while to do it right and it takes the carpet a few hours to thoroughly dry. But, if you do it right, you shouldn't do it again for three months.
Even though this is interim care, it still damages the carpet fibers. If you apply too much chemical, or leave your carpet too wet, the fibers get damaged even more. Routine care damages the fibers also, but not as much as interim care. Recovery care has it's place and is necessary, but it really damages the fibers, which is why you don't want to use it very often. If, however, you don't properly care for your carpets the soil will shred the fibers faster than you'd believe - that's why it's important to use all three stages.
For the best care of your carpet, follow these guidelines:
Vacuum at least once a week - daily in high traffic areas. Blot spills as quickly as they happen and use light spot treatments as necessary. Use your Bissell once every three months over the entire carpet to remove soil and dust from deep within the carpet. Use a professional carpet cleaner (extractor) every 6 months in high traffic areas and every year on the rest of your carpet. Good quality carpeting should last several years if you treat it right.
Easy to fill and doesn't leak when getting tanks to and from the machine. Although setting with fluid in it will leave wet stains. Easy to maneuver on both low and plush pile carpeting. Car mats are a breeze!
We have used this on tough pet stains that were old and set in and it easily removed the stain and odor. Cleaning our RV and vehicles was easy, even using the furniture attachment for hard to reach places and car seats. The weight makes it easy to move from inside out and up and down stairs.
The best part however was today, while using the cleaner on car rugs, we decided to use up the cleaning fluid and hot water left in the machine. The photo shows a before and after shot. Only draw back is do the whole carpet or not at all, you will see the difference. The carpet in the photo is 9 year old Berber carpeting that was cleaned a little over a year ago by Stanley Steemer for $150.00.
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