BISSELL SpotBot Hands-Free Compact Deep Carpet Cleaner, 1200B
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- Compact deep cleaner with hose and brush attachment
- Effectively brushes, sprays, and permanently removes stains such as red wine, cola, fruit juice, and coffee
- Pre-programmed cycles for surfaces and set-in stains
- Switches to manual setting to clean up quick spots and spills
- Large 24-inch-circumference brush head; limited 1-year warranty
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The Bissell SpotBot hands-free compact deep cleaner is a revolutionary spot cleaner that gives you the freedom to walk away while it does the work for you. Simply set the SpotBot on the spot or stain, hit start, and walk away--SpotBot does the work for you, allowing you to do other things. The SpotBot has a preprogrammed cycle for surface or set-in stains but also switches to manual cleaning. This machine works great for removing stains such as red wine, cola, fruit juice, and coffee and also works great on pet stains. The unique spiral brushing action cleans in a circular motion; in one cycle it completes over 400 cleaning revolutions for thorough and effective removal of tough stains. The SpotBot also comes with a trial size of the Little Green Formula and a trial size of OxyGen II.
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|Item Dimensions||20 x 9.5 x 14 in||17 x 9 x 12.5 in||17.25 x 8.25 x 12.5 in||17.25 x 8.25 x 12.5 in||12.5 x 17.75 x 17.75 in||12 x 6.5 x 14.5 in|
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I have a 20 year old cat & an 11 year old dog...the past few months my SpotBot has become indispensable. Our cat has been having accidents & our nervous Tzu, has been throwing up about every other week. I finally figured out his pattern...he eats a little more than normal, then drinks off & on, more than normal, then throws up in several places 1 1/2 hours later. Don't clean up this mess with the SpotBot until you've gotten most of the solids cleaned up...otherwise the brush & hose will get very, very disgusting. I use 2 pcs. of cardboard cut from a cereal box or those junk mail postcards to clean the majority of the mess out of the carpet. I do this by holding one piece near the mess, to be used similar to a dustpan, and use the other piece like a scraper to scrape the mess onto the other (dustpan) piece then throw it all into the plastic grocery bag that I have ready. When that's finished, I use some rags to blot the mess, if necessary. Then either I put a mixture of white vinegar & water (on the mess), squirt carpet cleaner directly onto it (or a mixture of carpet cleaner & water), or I don't put anything on the mess. I fill the SpotBot with either water and white vinegar, or plain warm water & let it do its job. (I recently learned that vinegar is an effective and natural cleaner and disinfectant, with antimicrobial properties.) This unit used to come with a sample size OxyGen II which is a fantastic cleaner; I don't know if it is still included. I now keep OxiClean powder, which I mix with hot water, on hand to use for stubborn stains.
Be sure to rinse the dirty water tank out when you're finished. You might want to check the brushes to see if they need cleaned. I prop the water tank & dirty water tank to let them drain & dry. The one time I didn't let them drain, the dirty water tank smelled very musty.
Looking back, Spotbot has been a timesaver for me. It's lightweight and more portable than my full size machine. In fact, it cleans better than my full size machines (I've owned several), because it concentrates the cleaning in one small spot for up to six minutes.
I fill it with cleaning solution and water, set it down, press a button and leave until it's done. I can choose between surface stain cleaning (3 minutes) and set in stain cleaning (6 minutes). I have found that surface stain cleaning is all I really need, even for set in urine stains. When it's done, I use the hand tool and the manual mode to suck up more cleaning solution (a tip I picked up from earlier reviews) to make the area extra dry and keep the crop circles from being too obvious -- those round clean areas can really stand out. Every few months, I run the full size carpet cleaner over the carpet to make the crop circles disappear.
In addition to urine stains, I've cleaned up blood, diarrhea and red vomit (my daughter drank fruit punch). My husband didn't think for a second it would get out the fruit punch vomit, but it did.
My only gripe is the dirty water collection tank is impossible to clean. I just dump it out and rinse, but I cannot get inside to scrub it.
+ gets many hard to clean stains out with ease
+ two modes: surface stain and set in stain cleaning
+ more lightweight and portable than the full size machines
+ hand tool for manual cleaning
- broke after only two years
- cleans so well, it leaves clean circles all over the carpet (see above for ways around this)
- too difficult to clean collection tank
When I thought about it, Spotbot has been so wonderful, I went back and bought another one.
My new one is just as great as my old one. Even better, the crop circle is drier than ever. I think they've improved that part. It used to be sopping wet, but I still run the hand tool over it to make it extra dry.
UPDATE: My new unit is doing something that my old unit never did. It leaks. This is recent, something that did not happen when I got it four months ago. It is not coming from the solution nor the collection tank, because I remove the solution tank and empty the collection tank whenever I store the unit. After each use, I look at the brush and see it sopping wet, solution dripping out of it from somewhere. Whatever solution is left in the machine after I remove the tanks drains out and I always have a small puddle on my floor, which is annoying. The unit is under warranty, but I have to take it to a repair shop. If any other issues arise, I will come back to update again.