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Bissell Symphony All in One Vacuum and Steam Mop Model 1132 by Bissell
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- Save time by vacuuming debris and steaming hard floors at the same time.
- Put away the dirty mop and bucket and skip the harsh chemicals. Sanitize with steam, using just water to eliminate 99.9% of germs and bacteria
- Skip the broom and dustpan and let the Powerful Cyclonic Action vacuum clean away fine and large debris, Dry Tank Technology keeps your tank dry while you steam
- Easy to use with Easy Touch Digital Controls, 5-way adjustable handle, and Quick-Release Mop Pad Tray
- 3 ways to clean—vacuum or steam separately or use both at the same time
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This is a Bissell Symphony 2-in-1 brand new in box. Unopened and ready to go like you just purchased it from a store! Limited 2 year warranty.
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First, the thing is light. I am able, with one hand, to carry it around the house, up and down stairs, etc. It's small enough to fit easily into the closet, and with the handle down can fit under the jackets. I was going to complain, at first, about the lack of a clear instruction manual, but as it turned out it is so easy to use that I didn't even need the sparse directions provided.
The vacuum function works well; dry kibble is no problem for it. It fits under the lip of the kitchen cabinets and if turned sideways does alright along the edges. When there is not too much loose stuff on the floor, the combo suck-steam works fine. The steam heats up and is ready to go quickly. I saved a pile of dried cat puke to test it out on (don't judge!) and I will say that steam is an effective cleaner, even with the smooth (non-scrubby) pad. Moreover, using the steam doesn't leave the floor overly wet; it dries in a few minutes. And (edited to add) after a few moppings it has eliminated the streaks that the wet jet had made permanent kitchen features! All in all, my hard floors are cleaner than they have been for years, and with very little work!
Negative side: The entire process is not quite as effortless as I had hoped (But NOTHING is as effortless as I hope. Ever.) Once the pad gets wet, it takes a little elbow grease to push it across the floor, and you need to move slowly in order to steam up the dirt. The pad is about an inch too wide to fit beside the toilet in my powder room; not Bissell's fault, but major bummer. It is sometimes not easy to maneuver it to clean edges, since it must be moving with its side to the edge. (This last nearly took it down to 4 stars, but I'm not sure it's preventable.)
Recommendations: I would recommend that if your floors are really dirty with a lot of debris OR with fluffy cat hair, you use the vacuum alone first, before steaming. Be sure to get an extra pad or two, because they will need to be washed after nearly every use - when the pad is too dirty, it streaks. (If you order the unit directly from Bissell, they include 2 extra pads and a little "steam shot" unit.) When you push it, move sloooowly to give the steam time to work its magic. Tough spots (like dried cat puke) may require that you leave the unit sitting on top of them for a few moments.
I have not had the unit long enough to comment on durability, but I'm looking forward to a long association with this thing.
My mom decided to be the guinea pig for me and bought this particular model to try out on her own home. It was on sale at a local store for $159 and even at that price, it costs too much. But I'll get to that. She allowed me to unbox it, set it up, and test it out on both her den and her kitchen. The den is laminate wood flooring and the kitchen is sheet linoleum. I did the den and right off the bat, I was impressed with the one thing I was afraid wouldn't be worth its salt. The vacuum. It's powerful and it pulls VERY well from tight spaces. You can run it along a wall and it pulls everything out of the nooks and crannies. The major letdown, I guess, is the steam mop part of the deal. I've never used a steam mop, so I may be a bit biased. But after using that feature on this machine, I guess I was just......underwhelmed. The water didn't seem to get all that hot and there wasn't much visible steam, albeit some does peak out from underneath the cleaning part. And while the floor in the den ended up getting clean, I'm confident that if there had been any real messes, the Symphony wouldn't have come through. What ended up really taking the cake was the white sort of film it left over the kitchen linoleum. I have no explanation for it other than the tiny cap full of Fabuloso I added to the water to produce a refreshing smell. But if that's the culprit, why didn't it steak the den floor? Puzzling. Either way, I would rather jump off a cliff than spend $8 on Bissell's "scented water" for this machine. It, itself, is already way over-priced. Why add insult to injury?
I wanted a hard floor vacuum as I have ALL hard floors (laminate and vinyl) in my home. I need something that I can run over high traffic areas for the day to day messes my niece and nephew leave hanging around (dried mud tracks, snack crumbs, doll hair, etc. Lol). No pet dander. I saw this machine and figured I could kill two birds with one stone, but 2n1s are almost always too good to be true. I might end up giving the Ergorapido by Electrolux a shot. Perhaps if I just buy two separate machines devoted to one chore, they'll each do the one thing they're supposed to do WAY better than a combo unit. Maybe?
The vaccum does not work that well either, mostly it just pushed the dirt around. Dont waste your money.
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to get 5 stars would have liked to have to more steam from unit for tough stains