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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The Bissell ProHeat 2X Select 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 function allows you to choose between light clean, normal, rinse, or heavy traffic settings. The edge sweep brushes and Built-In Heater make cleaning a breeze. The ProHeat 2X Select is easy to use, with large, easy-to-maneuver wheels and an extra-long 30-foot power cord. Other helpful elements include a controllable heater switch, carrying handle, easy-to-clean nozzle, full-capacity 2-in-1 tank. and 12 powerful amps. Included are a tough-stain tool, bare-floor tool, trial size of tough-stain cleaner, trial size fiber cleansing formula, and Scotchgard.
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My home has beige wall-to-wall carpet. I have used rental steamers in the past and I find the Bissell gets the carpet just as clean as those units have. It does take more than one pass to pull up all the water, but I just watch the nozzle and go over the area slowly until I can see most of the water is gone. The Bissell does seem to pull up more water when you're pulling it backwards, which is the same as the heavy-duty rental units I've used.
However, the Bissell has some real benefits over the rental units, not the least of which is ease of use. The Bissell is just as maneuverable as a regular vacuum cleaner, and although it is a little heavy, it's still easy on my back. Although some other reviewers didn't like it, I like the tank-in-tank design - it's easy to fill AND empty (the hardest part with some cleaners!) as well as clean out when you're finished. Overall I find the unit very easy to use. I just go slowly and am always satisfied with the results.
I have two indoor cats, and I have experienced the same issue with clumps of hair coming out on the carpet as I'm using the Bissell. They get pulled out of the carpet by the brushes, just not sucked up with the water. I think that if you have pets, you're probably going to experience this - let's face it, there is pet hair in your carpet! I always vacuum (I have a Dyson) really thoroughly before steaming, and that helps minimize the furballs. Also, it's probably good they don't get pulled up into the Bissell because then it might get clogged.
So far the Bissell has helped me get rid of pet stains like hairballs and urine, as well as everyday carpet soils like ground in dirt and spills. I'm really glad I decided to buy a steamer of my own - more convenient than renting one, and about the price of one professional cleaning. For my purposes the Bissell was a great purchase, and I recommend it.
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.
My opinions on a few issues mentioned in other reviews:
1. Exhaust on the bottom of the machine: I bought THIS unit and the one I received has an exhaust on both the bottom and on the back of the machine. They may have just recently added the back one but either way that's not an issue.
2. Leaving carpet too wet: Yes, the carpet is damp. If I kept going over it "dry" to suck up more water then I'm sure eventually it would be practically dry. I do NOT want to spend that much time, sorry. Mine can just air dry for a day.
3. Water reservoir too small: Honestly, I totally disagree with this. Doing a 12x12 room I only have to empty it twice - to me that's not too shabby and certainly nothing to complain about.
4. Little fuzzballs left on the carpet: Yeah, it's annoying. It's also easy to take care of - just pick them up with a paper towel and toss them in the garbage. Or you could just leave them till after it's dry and vacuum it up (though that seems VERY lazy even by my standards). Not an issue in my opinion.
5. Bottom of the machine getting very dirty while using: Yeah, this happens - again, clean it with a paper towel. It's NOT a big deal.
6. Water leaking onto carpet: Meh, didn't notice this at all. Maybe my eyesight is too bad for me to notice??
All in all it's a very good machine and since I got it for $190 with free shipping from Amazon I was pleased with the price. Also, I like the allergen cleaning fluid from Bissell - seems to work and smells pretty good.
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!