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BISSELL DeepClean Premier Pet Carpet Cleaner, 17N4
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- Get unbeatable pet-stain and odor removal (compared to other upright pet carpet cleaning systems) along with professional-style results with a carpet cleaner that offers a superior clean
- Heatwave Technology helps maintain constant water temperature throughout the cleaning process • 12 rows of dual rotating Powerbrushes
- 12 rows of dual rotating Powerbrushes
- EdgeSweep brushes clean against baseboards and Surround Suction helps dry surfaces fast
- Machine includes pet hair collection basket, 3 inch Tough Stain Brush, Deep Reach Tool, and a 3 year limited warranty. Also included is one trial size bottle of Bissell’s 2X Professional Formula
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Powerful Suction & Dual Powerbrushes Remove Deep Down Dirt and Stains.
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BISSELL DeepClean Premier Pet
Carpet Shampooer delivers powerful deep cleaning
Pet messes on your carpet? Coffee or Cola Spills? No problem. BISSELL DeepClean Premier Pet Carpet Cleaner delivers powerful deep cleaning on carpets and upholstery to remove pet stains and pet odors.
- Dual Rotating Powerbrushes loosen and remove deep-down embedded dirt from carpets
- Heatwave Technology helps maintain water temperature throught the cleaning process for effective deep cleaning
- Pet Hair Collection Basket captures pet hair and other small debris before it reaches the dirty water tank
- Deep Reach Technology cleans carpets from the bottom up to thoroughly remove deep down pet stains and odors
- Includes a Deep Reach Pet Tool and 3-inch Tough Stain Tool to tackle stains on stairs, upholstery, and other soft surfaces
Carpet Shampooer that Delivers Powerful Deep Cleaning
Offers a power deep-cleaning system for your carpets and upholstery, making it easy to remove pet stains and odors from carpets and upholstery.
Loosen and remove deep-down dirt while gently grooming your carpet for professional-style results that keep your carpet looking newer longer.
Includes HeatWave Technology to help maintain the water temperature throughout the cleaning process.
Clean along baseboards for edge-to-edge cleaning with EdgeSweep Brushes and Surround Suction. Surround Suction helps surfaces dry fast.
Pet Stain Cleaning Features
Pet Hair Collection Basket
Easy-to-empty basket helps capture pet hair and other small debris before it reaches the dirty-water tank.
Deep Reach Pet Tool
Features rubber needles that shoot formula to the bottom of carpets to target the root of the stain while scrub brushes help break up dirt and debris, then powerful suction lifts stains away.
Tough Stain Tool
Attaches to the hose of the BISSELL DeepClean Premier for stubborn spots and stains on stairs, furniture, and other hard-to-reach surfaces.
BISSELL 2X Pet Stain & Odor Formula
Includes a trial-size 2X Pet Stain & Odor Formula that is specially formulated to remove pet messes and prevent pets from resoiling in the same area.
|BISSELL DeepClean Premier Pet 17N4||BISSELL DeepClean Lift-Off Deluxe Pet 24A4||BISSELL DeepClean Deluxe Pet 36Z9||BISSELL ProHeat 2X Revolution Pet Pro Carpet Cleaner 1986|
|Weight||25 lb.||26 lb.||25 lb.||20 lb.|
|Tank Capacity||1.25 gal.||0.75 gal.||1.25 gal.||1 gal.|
|Cord Length||22 ft.||22 ft.||22 ft.||25 ft.|
|Cleaning Path Width||12 in.||12 in.||11 in.||11 in.|
|Formulas Included||2X Pet Stain and Odor Carpet Cleaning Formula||2X Professional Deep Cleaning Formula||2X Pet Stain and Odor Carpet Cleaning Formula||Professional Pet Urine Eliminator + Oxy, Pet Stain and Odor + Antibacterial Carpet Cleaning Formula|
|Surface Type||Carpet and Upholstery||Carpet, Upholstery, and Auto||Carpet and Upholstery||Carpet, Low Pile Carpet, Stairs, and Upholstery|
|Number of Upholstery and Stair Cleaning Tools Included||2||3||2||2|
|Stain Trapper Tool||✓|
|Warranty||3-Year Limited||3-Year Limited||3-Year Limited||5 -Year Limited|
17N4 Features: -Easy to use. -Dual DirtLifter power brushes. -Patented HeatWave technology provides two sources of constant heat to maximize cleaning. -Cleans better with less effort. Color: -Silver/Green. Material: -Metal/Plastic. Number of Items Included: -1. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -45 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -13 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -19.5 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -32 Pounds.
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I love this machine and do recommend it highly...here are my pros and cons of the thing.
1. Cleans and fluffs the carpet better than two national PROFESSIONAL carpet cleaning chains that I have used. I have 10 year old white carpet (purchased prior to adopting this goofy cat) and was about to replace it due to it being matted down (husband works from home and refuses to take off his shoes when he enters and leaves the home) and also due to it just being soaked with this cat's urine for the last 8 years now and this really seemed to do the trick to help us put off buying hardwood floors for this area for several months now!
2. This machine, if you move it slow enough like the instructions TELL YOU TO will suck almost all of the water back out. I have been able to turn on the ceiling fan, shampoo an entire extra large area and move furniture back to bone dry carpet within 4 hours each time I have used it. Pro companies I have had to leave furniture off the area or up on the foam blocks for days each time. You must move the machine slowly though and make 2-3 passes over the area. You can see the dirty water/foam still coming back up in the machine, so you will know when you have gotten most of it out. I make 3 slow passes, fwd/backward, fwd/backward, fwd/backward and the carpet is nearly dry to the touch-only slightly moist. Not wet. Not damp. You can walk on it with sox and tell it is dry after 3-4 hours.
3. Works very well at stain removal using just the beater bar/floor tool and no attachment/hand held for tough foot traffic stains. I have not used it to remove set in pet stains so far as I use a "cat urine" eliminator "Get Serious" to remove the cat urine smell and it also removes the stains. I haven't tried to remove old urine stains yet with it since I have none after having used GET SERIOUS. It does remove yellowed spots where I have allowed the cat urine to set for long periods (because it was behind a piece of furniture that only gets moved once a month when we move it to vac under it), but a month is hardly time to judge a yellow urine stain as "set in". I have removed brown rust colored stains that the last professional carpet shampooer company "brought up" (Funny, they were in the middle of an open room and at the base of our stairs where no stain was prior to their coming and the stain wasn't there until we refused for the umpteenth time their attempt to up-sell us on worthless products!!) and I had previously been unable to get that stain out using my Little Green Machine without it coming back up to the surface after a few weeks. I have only had this machine two weeks and have used it on the room 3 times in order to do a deep thorough clean and also to try and get some pet hair out. I have used it in "spots", too but only a total room clean 3 times.
4. Heavy duty machine, not lightweight, so you know you are getting a quality, well-made, works-well product!
5. Super easy to clean for storage after use . The machine comes apart very easy and it is also easy to remove the beater bar/brush on the floor/front and rinse it out to remove all of that cat/dog hair from my many pets. I have A LOT of hair each time I use it. Simply run it under the faucet and everything rinses out. It also tells you in the instructions to use it with hot water cycle through at the end before you store it for a long period of time. I do this with my Little Green Machine, too, but not quite what they are telling you to do, so don't do what I do because it isn't what they are telling you to do. I set a bowl in the sink, turn the faucet on to hot tap water, run the water in the bowl, then stick the nozzle into the bowl and let it suck up clean water until the tank fills-empty, repeat, empty repeat, until the dirty water tank is running clear. That gets the soap and residue out of the lines along the way on both my Little Green as well as this machine, using the hand held hose attachment. You can remove the beater bar VERY EASILY and run it under the faucet to clear it from the soap, hair, etc. It only weighs 2 pounds, tops. Super easy to clean.
6. It has large wheels on the back of the machine so that when you need to move it from one place to another and you aren't using the motor i.e. re-positioning or putting it away so that you can lean the machine back on those two wheels and move it like a dolly cart, etc. The machine is NOT self-propelled, going to the "heavy duty" con below. :)
7. I CANNOT STRESS ENOUGH how well this thing picks up hair and carpet fuzz! I would never have thought that a carpet that is 10 years old, is vacuumed once a day with a Dyson and shampooed PROFESSIONALLY twice a year would have any fuzz left, let alone tons of pet hair and let me tell you, this thing brings it up. I did shampoo the room twice over (once through, then go back again) and it was AS FULL the second time of pet hair as it was the first. AMAZING!!!!!!!!! Made me want to immediately do a third time over, but alas, my bad back was out after two times over this extra large room of carpet. It will occasionally leave long strands of matted fuzz and fur in its wake when I am using it. This could also be considered a "CON" because you have to bend over and pick these up all over the carpet. :) Lazy. I know.
1. Heavy. I know. I just said in #4 above that it was great it was heavy and don't get me wrong, it is great and I wouldn't change that fact, but that is just a con for some people who can't do "heavy" for medical / physical reasons and I get that. I like the dry carpet more than I need a lightweight cleaner. Heavy duty motor sucks the water out, lightweight motor? Not so much. I had another Bissell about 13 years ago and it didn't work worth a hoot. Ended up in the dumpster after a year. If weight is an issue for you, you may want to think about it.
2. As others have stated, if you go to dump out the waste water in the tank, you will more than likely lose some of your cleaner/clean water. The alternative to this is, go figure, don't dump the dirty tank until it is "full". There is a line on the tank that reads "full" when the dirty water gets up that high. I also have found that when you turn it a certain way to empty, you run less risk of emptying out your clean water/soap bladder than if you just "dump it out" in a rush. If you turn it where the "empty hole" is furthest away from you, the "clean water fill" hole is at the top, you run less risk of emptying out the good water. Also, if I wait for the sprayer/clean water to empty, then I haven't got a problem. I also will just fill it half full. We are talking tablespoons of the clean soap that you are using by the time you fill a full tank and then use most of it. The "clean" tank only requires a few ozs. of cleaning solution, so if you know you won't use a full tank, then don't make a full tank. It isn't that big of a deal to me to lose a few ozs of soap, but to some it may be.
3. The "hair trap" (a small red square "tray") doesn't work so well. Is it a big deal? I don't know. It may be for some. It is a hassle to have to scoop hairs off the top of the bladder when you are going to reuse it right away rather than just emptying the little trap. Does it affect performance? It hasn't so far that I know of. I know that it is more hassle to clean the tank with loose hair in the tank and stuck to the bladder. You have to watch it going down your drain so you aren't dumping pet hair and carpet fuzzies down the drain. It just means that I have to lift the bladder that holds the soap/clean water and shift it when I rinse when I am cleaning it to put it away. I don't know if that means it gets into any part of the machine's motor or not though. Someone more technical than me can possibly answer that question.
4. Cord is about 12" too short. Seriously. What size room do they do in the test rooms? Dyson seems to be the only one who thinks you need some cordage to use their product, I am guessing. I think that would be the number one complaint of everyone who owns this cleaner. I know it was the one that I read the most about. In order to do my family room, I have to stop and unplug it one time, so is it a big deal? Again, not to me because I usually have to dump the tank by that time, but would it be a big deal to you? I am not sure of the actual length of the cord, you should just know to expect a short cord. I am sure it has something to do with how you have to wrap the cord vs. how large of a hook they can put on there, or already burgeoning weight of the cleaner, not to add more cord, but again, I am no expert on these things.
5. Put together at onset: It was easy. A monkey could do it. It comes with instructions and Costco Concierge would help me if I had called, as well as Bissell. Says so right on the instructions, but I didn't need it. BUT (big but here) the holes weren't lined up correctly on the hose wrap hook and so it required both my husband and I to put that part on. I used it before he came home from a trip by tying the hose up around the handle. :)
Now, you ask why would I give it a 4 star rating and not a 5 since I am so in love with this thing and all of my "cons" are really "not that big of a deal" to me? Because these are all legitimate complaints that others who have reviewed this product have made. I would recommend it highly and from the rooftops even though I legitimize their complaints. I think for what you are getting, this machine is a WAY better deal than paying someone to "professionally" do the job for you for the same price and get substandard, WET results in the meantime. The pros NEVER got our tromped down traffic areas fluffy.
NOTE: ** Several complained on here that the shampooer only comes with a "tiny" bottle of the solution. The free bottle that came with mine was a 24 ozs. bottle. It says on the bottle to use 4 capfuls of the solution per tank of water, but the instructions that came with the machine as well as the larger bottle of solution that I bought in anticipation of receiving a "tiny" bottle, say to only use one capful. The cap holds 2 ozs. of solution. That is all I have used in the machine so far and it seems to work perfectly. I would think that you would be able to get several uses out of the bottle at that rate before you have to purchase a new bottle, BUT that having been said, if you use the 4 capfuls as the bottle suggests, then you would only get 6 uses out of the one bottle. That having been said, if you are concerned you will run out before you finish carpets in your home, buy a bottle when you buy the machine or before it arrives. :) ****
Next weekend, I am tackling the stairs... Will amend the review to reflect the "stair" tool as well as the "hard floor" tool that I ordered from Bissell for use on my ceramic tile floor which should come next week as well. :)
**Add on to Review: 10/21/2014: I am sorry. Completely forgot to come back and review the two tools I promised!
Let me tell you about the "stair cleaning tool". Meh.
If you have thick carpeting and padding, like I do, it does NOT work well at all. I spent the better part of half an hour attempting to get the water sucked out of the stairs with the hand tool. In order to get it to work well, you have to press down HARD, otherwise, it doesn't suck the water out completely. No problem? Well, the brush works basically with the suction. When you press hard (being a weak upper body person, that meant I had to throw my weight into it), it stops the brushes from spinning. Kind of the entire idea of the tool, I would think. I ended up using the entire shampooer, not the tool on the larger/curved stairs at the bottom of our staircase and the tool to complete the top thinner stairs-which there are more of, hence the half hour cleaning time for 22 stairs. Basically, the stair tool is a "dud", in my opinion, unless you have thin carpet. Even then, I think the brush spins rather weakly, making it not really a scrubbing tool. I still LOVE this shampooer and have very thick carpeting and padding which is able to be walked on within 2 hours and bone dry after 4-5 due to the great suction on this machine.
Now, if they could just get the stair tool to be worth it....
On to the Hard floor tool. Purchased Separately.
Where do I begin to sing the praises on this one? I had to order it separately from Bissell.com, BUT it was well worth it. I think it only cost around $20 with s/h but you can double check that at the site. I used it on the hardwood with the solution that is also sold on the site. Didn't notice much difference. But then I moved to my tile which is knobbly and has lots of crevices that have made me rethink my decision to get "non-slippery" tile for my kitchen. I set up the machine, using the solution and followed the directions on the bottle. I then began working that dingy, nasty tile floor over. Let me start by letting you know that this tile floor is over 10 years old, has NEVER been completely clean UNLESS I have gotten on my hands and knees and scrubbed it tile by tile, inch by inch with a brush and Clorox Clean up. Yes, you know I am doing that every weekend. Just kidding. I do it Spring and Fall. That is it. The rest of the time I am mopping with bleach water, just to keep the grout looking semi decent. Never works. This machine DOES NOT get into my deep/recessed grout, BUT it leaves the tile floor the cleanest feeling it has ever been. Even brand new! My daughter and I are barefoot people who HATE to have the feeling of dirt on our feet. This cleaner makes the tile floor clean and non-sticky. One thing I have to mention is I cannot attest to streaks as my tile is porous and does not have a glaze on it. I take an old towel once I am done with the entire floor and drag the towel with my feet. The machine will get up the water for the most parts, but often leaves a scant line of water on either side of the head. I usually can get it by just going back over with the machine, but if I miss parts, I simply use the towel. The entire kitchen would NORMALLY take me 30 minutes to mop (large kitchen/dining area) and now I am done in less than 15 minutes with the cleanest kitchen floor ever!
What a conundrum!?!
Well I had the perfect opportunity to see what's really what is going on as I have a new"ish" rug in one room(only about 5 months old) and another that is quite old and even matted down in areas that are extremely high traffic. Annnd did I mention that we have a plethora of pets (angora cat aka fur factory, Yorkie, MaltiPoo, Standard Poodle, Golden Doodle, Golden Retreiver and Labradoodle, and no, I am not an "animal Hoarder", just live on a mini farm and have 7 kids who each have a pet!) and their accompanying fur/hairs embedded over time in the old rug, while the newer rug, not so much .....
Well the truth is, drum roll.........
The reason for the deposits of "clumps of hair" is due to not having a vacuum cleaner that has as powerful suction as this Bissell carpet cleaner has!
For the record I used the 2X Pet Stain & Odor Formula 99K52 and LOVED it, it took stains out that I didn't think would ever come out as they had been there so long. It worked so well that I'm not going to replace this old rug for awhile as it's not looking too bad anymore. Yes, I can still see very faint residual marks where the red clay foot prints had stained it but I know where to look, if you just came in you wouldn't see them at all. I was amazed at it's stain cleaning ability.
It is easy to use, love the tank clean water/dirty water system. It doesn't leak and it is easy to rinse out when done.
FYI, I also started out with VERY hot water, not sure it is really necessary but I figured it couldn't hurt.
I did get the (yuk,numerous!) clumps of pet hair on the old rug I cleaned, which for years had been vacuumed with a Dirt Devil "Vision" (Hepa filter type bagless) vacuum that I did not realize how crummy it was in light of the newer vacuums now available.
This year I got a Hoover WindTunnel 2 shortly after buying my new rug, so it has always had the benefit of a superior vacuum cleaner from the get go and WOW, nary a clump of hair deposited on it at all, while the other one was "clump city"!
So there you have it for all you pet owners wondering what the deal is from the conflicting reviews.
*And for anyone who does not own Poodles or some of my supposed hypoallergenic "non shedding" breeds of dogs, let me clue you in.....
They ALL shed!
What they have less of is dander which causes allergies but boy oh boy, they all shed, not as bad as the cat but what these breeds do (as all dogs will) is scratch!
The more they scratch the more tufts/strands etc of hair go EVERYWHERE!!
We bathe our dogs weekly and to limit the dry skin that frequent shampooing/bathing causes, we alternate the various shampoos with just a water rinse/bath and a natural conditioner so as not to strip their skin of all their natural oils as that is what the shampoos do.
That has also helped tremendously in reducing the amounts of hairs being scratched off/shedding all the time and if you raise a puppy up with regular vacuuming, yes, you read it correctly VACUUMING (*With the brush attachment, on low, check it first on yourself and go around the ears, never on them!) they will absolutely love it as adults, especially on their tummies! They will come running when they hear you start up the vacuum as they think it's time to be brushed!
As for the cons, I like many others wish it had another 5 feet of cord as I have a large open floor plan in my home. If you have more of a traditional type of home this will probably not be an issue for you as you will not need more cord length.
Also wish it had some type of a way to adjust the vigor in which it scrubs the carpet, it is just sooo powerful that I didn't want to chance it on my more delicate area rug that I have. Don't get me wrong if I had to choose I would rather it be super powerful as it is but it would be nice if this was an option, hint, hint...
Also, not a "defect" but something you need to know if you're like me and tend to lift up the handle to pick up the whole machine (like you would w/ a vacuum cleaner) to lift it over the power cord, when I lifted the handle on this carpet cleaner the water container lunged out from the machine! It seems that this is quick release mechanism! Good to know, at least the water tank didn't have very much in it so nothing spilled, whew, that was exciting, and not in a good way!
Now I know to "lock it" in place before lifting it!
Be warned, you may want to not be as vocal as I was when I was so impressed with the results that this cleaner had produced. It cleaned so well that I told my ENTIRE extended family and now everyone wants to try (borrow) mine, grrrr.... I'm literally having to organize a schedule so I can get it back in time to clean our rugs as I want to clean them at least twice a month so they do not get as bad as they were EVER again! I told everyone that I want it to come back with a "FULL TANK" LOL *meaning I want a FULL container of cleaning solution when it finally gets back to me! ;-)
I cleaned the rug, emptying and refilling water twice in my 12x12 living room. The rug looked amazing. Well, as amazing as it can for being an off-white berber rug that is about 8 years old. Not sure if you'd always have to refill that many times, but I was going for a deep clean and was going super slow and thorough.
This machine will also pick up pet hair that you might not have known was embedded in your carpet, even when you just vacuumed prior to using. So, beware that you will find clumps of wet fur every so often. I take that as a sign of great suction.
Works so much better than my old machine and was a decent price too.