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Green Machine Carpet Cleaner Review

    

4 from 5, analyzed on Sep 21, 2017.

4 from 5, analyzed on Jan 26, 2017.

I’m satisfied will the device. It does everything anticipated well for the last five year, without any issues thus far. That being said it merely get used for 3 or 4 days per year, but for two or 3 hour every day. It’s been loaned on event with fulfilled feedback.

The version I have is that the old version. Taking a look at the component lists from the present version and the version I have, there appears to be a number of common part numbers, therefore I guess the machine hasn’t changed much between bissell little green proheat versions.

Strong suction dry skin, and moist filtering create dust free. The carpet brush works nicely. Tons of matching are supplied regular. Lasted 5years no issues up to now.

(Reading the guide first is rewarding ) Somewhat bulky to keep. Important to properly clean and keep between usage. Somewhat noisy when utilizing, but okay. The Bissel cleaning detergent is much too pricey, roughly $20/litre, at a non metric dimension. I normally utilize more about a litre to wash out the house carpets and almost another litre for the assorted rugs every year. Following a though dry vac using the rotary brush, then I prefer using a little more detergent over the stained regions initially, then an overall detergent wash, followed by a wash clean.

I don’t regret buying this system and would think about a replacement of their present model upon non-economic failure.

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3 from 5, analyzed on Nov 23, 2016.

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3 from 5, analyzed on Jul 05, 2016.

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3 from 5, analyzed on Jun 26, 2016.

Update 19-Nov-2017 I’ve come to the view that the suction isn’t satisfactory for performing ordinary vacuuming of large regions of carpet. It’s nice when using the smaller components, but maybe not for the bigger tools. Because of this I’ve regretfully bought a different machine for vacuuming. I’ll most likely be maintaining the Bissell, as a) I enjoy using a wet/dry vac, and it will make a worthwile advancement when using it to wash carpeting. I’ve retained my initial review complete below:

Nevertheless, I am pleased with all the carpet cleaning operation up to now. In addition, I love the flexibility of this machine overall, particularly for the price I got it. (it’s ceased now, being substituted with the Hydroclean version ) I don’t mind having to drain the collection tank when vacuuming – the simple fact that the whole muck is in plain water really kind making it simpler and less cluttered than draining a sterile container, since there’s absolutely no dust. To prevent clogging my drain, then I use a strainer to grab the majority of the solids, then ditch the muck to a bin. The suction power when spraying is still great – it’s not *asgood as my older Electrolux cylinder vacuum as it’s tote is vacant, nevertheless suction doesn’t last long as the bag fills.

Hint for almost any other idiots like mewhen vacuuming, ensure that you use the right fill line! I was originally filling to the maximum fill line amount when it comes to carpet cleaning, which reduces the suction. Start looking for the lower "fill to this " lineup, which will be on the back of the tank.

Disadvantages: – Non-extending, two bit fixed tube layout – A little thick – The atmosphere brush tool seems just like it’s kind of skimming on the surface of the rug – it doesn’t feel as though it’s ‘s actually "grabbing" the carpeting with suction. I really feel like I *might * need to utilize another combo carpet/floor instrument too, instead of simply require the air brush tool, OR, simply use the combo instrument and forget about the brush. – For flooring pruning, I’m unsure the layout of this combo carpet/floor vacuuming tool is best. I favor my Electrolux layout, which utilizes wheels instead of brushes. The brushes of this Bissell collect a good deal of dust/fibres, which might otherwise have been only trashed up. When vacuuming carpeting the brushes have been retracted so no issue there. – With all the tube expansion attached, if only feels slightly flimsy – there’s a little bit of disconcerting bend. I see this when carpeting cleaning since I like to apply quite a great deal of pressure when scrubbing the carpet. – Slightly tough to push at the tiny lock to disconnect the tools & tubes. – Would be nice if there was a option to have two different wet cleaning alternative containers, so we could immediately switch between, say, carpeting detergent and pristine water (for instance ).

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