Pet messes shouldn’t be a big deal, and with BISSELL TurboClean DualPro Pet carpet cleaner, they’re not! It works on carpet, upholstery and all those hard-to-reach places your pets like to go. We gave it a Four-Row DeepReach PowerBrush with extra-long bristles that, when used with the included BISSELL PRO MAX Clean & Protect formula, extracts embedded dirt to outclean the competition.* For those harder-to-reach messes on the couch or stairs, simply attach the 3” Tough Stain Tool to the 8-foot hose and deep clean all around your home. And if you’ve got an extra stinky mess on your hands, use the included BISSELL Pet Stain & Odor + Antibacterial Formula to eliminate 90% of odorcausing bacteria. In Express Clean Mode, in 45 minutes or less your carpets will be dry!** And thanks to the easy-to-remove nozzle and tanks, you'll enjoy easy cleanup after the clean up. Plus, this machine doesn’t just clean up after pets, it helps save them, too! BISSELL proudly supports BISSELL Pet Foundation and its mission to help save homeless pets. When you buy a BISSELL product, you help save pets, too. We’re proud to design products that help make pet messes, odors and pet homelessness disappear. *Cleaning results based on ASTM F2828 using BISSELL PRO MAX Clean & Protect in Deep Clean Mode versus Hoover PowerScrub Deluxe FH50150 using Deep Clean & Neutralize. **Express Clean Mode (reference instruction in user guide). Tested on new carpet with protectant. Results may vary.
Four-Row DeepReach PowerBrush.
Removes embedded dirt and allergens.
Easy, Powerful Cleaning.
For use on carpet and upholstery.
Express Clean Mode.
Carpet dries in about 45 minutes.*
Outcleans the Competition.**
For unbeatable carpet cleaning.
Intuitive removable tanks and nozzle make cleaning up after cleaning easy.
Lightweight & Maneuverable.
Weighs less than 17 lbs, so it's easy to carry around your home while you clean.
Every Purchase Saves Pets.
BISSELL proudly supports BISSELL Pet Foundation and its mission to help save homeless pets.
A:AnswerNo. However, you do a wet pass (back and forth while holding spray trigger) and then a dry pass (back and forth NOT holding the spray trigger) so it extracts a lot of the liquid. I imagine there is something in the solution that that inhibits bacterial growth which water on its own would promote. Some of the solutions also put down a protective barrier for future filth prevention. A rinse might remove that before it gets a chance to set in.