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Bissell PowerLifter PowerBrush Upright Carpet Cleaner, 1622 $79.20 FS w/ Prime @Amazon

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  • Full-Size Carpet Cleaner with 4-row dual rotating Dirt Lifter Power Brushes
  • The rotating brush scrubs and lifts away dirt and stains that a vacuum can't get
  • 2-in-1 water tank for easy filling and easy emptying;Cleaning Path Width: 11inches
  • Removes deep-down dirt and stains using hot tap water and carpet formula
  • Includes a removable nozzle, lint screen, built in measuring cup, 8 oz. trial sized formula and a 1-Year Warranty
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I just moved into a house full of carpet and I need a good carpet cleaner. Any thoughts or opinions? Should I hold off for another brand?
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I just moved into a house full of carpet and I need a good carpet cleaner. Any thoughts or opinions? Should I hold off for another brand?
I purchased this back in May. It doesn't work for stairs but it managed to get rid of several stains in the house we bought including very high traffic areas. I've found using hot water seems to help lift stains. Not to crap on this post but it was $63 back in May so it has been cheaper. That was back when Walmart and Amazon were constantly under cutting each other.
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I just moved into a house full of carpet and I need a good carpet cleaner. Any thoughts or opinions? Should I hold off for another brand?
This one doesn't seem to have the furniture attachment if that matters to ya. I'm waiting for a deal on the Hoover Powerscrub deluxe. I'd like to be able to do automotive carpet and furniture.
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These things are disposable—if you grab this or any of them get a good warranty. They are great the first time or two and then leak or break-weve had a bunch go through our house
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These things are disposable—if you grab this or any of them get a good warranty. They are great the first time or two and then leak or break-weve had a bunch go through our house
Good advice thanks
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I purchased this back in May. It doesn't work for stairs but it managed to get rid of several stains in the house we bought including very high traffic areas. I've found using hot water seems to help lift stains. Not to crap on this post but it was $63 back in May so it has been cheaper. That was back when Walmart and Amazon were constantly under cutting each other.
Oh damn ok yeah I need something for stairs. Is that a separate attachment or what?
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Oh damn ok yeah I need something for stairs. Is that a separate attachment or what?
The higher priced models have the handheld feature. I believe this is the fairly basic model.
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Does this work on rugs ok?
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My neighbor let me use one similar to this. Is it me or dual tank system is better and easier to clean and empty? I used to have a dual tank cant remember which brand. I find this kind of bladder inside the tank awkward. Hated it.
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These things are disposable—if you grab this or any of them get a good warranty. They are great the first time or two and then leak or break-weve had a bunch go through our house
Yes they are. I've been through plenty that stopped spraying or no suction. Hate them. Cheaper to rent rug doctor once a year, in my case, or borrow from friends/neighbors. Even better and cheaper to remove carpet or rug. Problem solved. )))
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My neighbor let me use one similar to this. Is it me or dual tank system is better and easier to clean and empty? I used to have a dual tank cant remember which brand. I find this kind of bladder inside the tank awkward. Hated it.
I have used the Bissell's and Hoover's before. My Bissell died after only a year and the Hoover's seem to last way longer and are easier to handle with the dual tank system. Having a totally separate tank for the clean and dirty water.
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Water in carpet pad = mold these can't suck water out of pad unless pad has a moisture barrier on top.
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These things are disposable—if you grab this or any of them get a good warranty. They are great the first time or two and then leak or break-weve had a bunch go through our house
It's quite possible I'm just lucky, but I purchased this exact model from Amazon back in April 2012 for $100. It's still going strong. I bought it thinking it might not last long, but it's survived 6 years, 2 moves, 1 friend borrowing it, and ~2 uses per year. It's mostly been for pet stains. A German Shepherd urine accident is not going to work so well here because of sheer volume of urine that likely saturated the pad. Poop and vomit are easier. Dirt is the easiest. Prep work and good shampoo make all the difference, as well as freshness of the stain. The shampooer itself I always rinse out the water tank after use, clean up the brush area, and rinse out the pieces the water is sucked up through to get to the tank. My friend didn't do that the one time, but it's still ok. This always manages to suck up hair and stuff that my vacuum didn't, but usually that's because if the stain is still wet, I can't actually pre-vacuum over it. That's the biggest reason for cleaning it after each use.

It's not a perfect solution, and can sometimes take several cleanings to really do the trick. I once tried another friends nicer/more expensive model that also heated the water tank while I vacuumed. This is in oppose to this model that you simply put hot water in yourself, and it slowly cools as you clean. The more expensive model did not do any better a job, and was heavier to lug around because of the extra components.

The types of shampooer that you typically rent that hold everything in a separate tank (or hooked up hose) and use a stick-like handle are better for stairs, smaller spaces and corners CAN potentially work better. But they also require A LOT more elbow grease.

With this simple version, it'll get most of what you need done, but it still needs to be taken care of. Smaller rugs may be more annoying to clean simply due to size, and obviously stairs are near impossible. Basically the same issue with any vacuum without attachment use. Ive had no issues with the bladder inside the tank that separates clean from dirty, though I can see how two tanks might be easier to rinse. But I've never been annoyed by it, and the bladder method is supposed to save space. Otherwise price, this is an excellent deal if you can put the work in (but less work than cleaning by hand).
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Its not bad but yeah be careful with water in your carpet. Most people don't realize the mold issue.
Maybe consider a better model on sale?

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