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Buying Guide: This small but mighty carpet cleaner will leave your floors stain free
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Buying Guide: This small but mighty carpet cleaner will leave your floors stain free

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Accidents happen. If you have kids, pets, or two left feet, accidents happen a lot. But there’s no need to panic if cranberry juice spills during play time or if the dog can’t quite make it outside. This portable carpet and upholstery cleaner from Bissell will leave your flooring and furniture looking as good as new.

Small or Large Messes

This Bissell multi-purpose carpet and upholstery cleaner is small enough to tackle little spills on the spot and powerful enough for big cleaning jobs. The removable 48 ounce water tank is easy to remove and refill, and the Hydro Rinse attachment allows you to clean out the hose after each use.

Powerful Clean

This carpet and upholstery cleaner provides a powerful pressurized spray to remove particles deep in your carpet. The strong suction removes excess liquid for a quick dry after cleaning. Depending on the color and age of the stain, you can use this carpet cleaner with a stain removing solution or with soap and water alone.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about this portable multi-purpose upholstery and carpet cleaner, giving it an average of 4.4 out of 5 stars with more than 4,000 reviews. Customers mentioned that this carpet cleaner got out pet stains that had been there for months. They also liked that it gave their old upholstered furniture new life and a better smell.

Bissell Multi-purpose Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner available from Amazon 


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