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Buying Guide: This affordable carpet cleaner is a must for parents and pet owners
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Buying Guide: This affordable carpet cleaner is a must for parents and pet owners

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Accidents happen, but they happen a lot more frequently if you have children or pets. Between the spilled juice, pet potty training problems, and mud-tracking feet, your carpets can face some serious wear and stains. That’s where this affordable and portable carpet and upholstery cleaner comes in.

Tackle Cleanups in Real Time

Unlike bulky and expensive carpet cleaners, this affordable carpet cleaner from Bissell is portable and easy to use. That means the second you see a spill you can spot clean it up and avoid long term stains. The water tank and hydro rinse tool attachment are still large and powerful enough to take on whole rooms when a deeper clean is needed.

Compact and Easy to Store

This lightweight carpet cleaner is great for small spaces thanks to the compact design that can easily be stored under the kitchen sink or in a closet. The small profile also means you can clean hard to reach places like upholstery, car interiors, and stairs without straining your back.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about this carpet cleaner giving it an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. Pet owners loved that this carpet cleaner was able to revitalize worn out furniture and remove pet hair and stains from carpets and rugs. When paired with a stain cleaner, they also found the suction was powerful enough remove old stains from car interiors and carpet.

Bissell Multi-Purpose Portable Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner available from Amazon


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