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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    A good cleaning tool

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    When you own pets, you inevitably have messes to clean up. We’ve had our little terrier for a year and half now and while he is housebroken, he still has the occasional accident. When that happens, we do our best to clean it up as quickly as possible, but even after using a stain remover and scrubbing with rags, sometimes that’s just not enough to thoroughly clean the carpet. For times like that, you need a machine like the Bissell Pet Stain Eraser. The device is a portable carpet cleaner that is designed specifically to clean up pet messes. It has a rotating brush and it’s rechargeable. The cleaner is reminiscent of old hand-held vacuums that I used to use to clean my car out. Its compact size makes it ideal for picking up at a moment’s notice to clean up accidental spills. I’ve actually had small carpet cleaners that are meant to serve a similar cleaning purpose, but they are much larger and not as easy to handle. The cleaner comes with a power cord to recharge the unit, two bottles of cleaner, and a pet tool that can be swapped out with the rotating brush. Out of the box, the cleaner has some charge to it so you could potentially use it right away. It is suggested that all instructions are read before using the cleaner for the first time. The first step is to charge the cleaner. According to the manual, it takes up to 4.5 hours to fully charge the battery. Also according to the manual, a fully charged battery will get a user approximately 20 minutes of continuous cleaning time. I think I might have got right under the 20-minute mark. There is an LED indicator on the handle just beneath the power button that shows how much power is available. I do want to note that this cleaner is designed as a ‘spot’ cleaner. It’s not meant for cleaning full rooms - just spots on carpets and furniture. This cleaner has a multi-step process. The first step is to spray the spot with the cleaner and then you place the nose of the cleaner on the spot and move the cleaner back and forth over the spot allowing the brush to scrub the area. Once it’s been thoroughly scrubbed out, you will move the suction channel over the area to remove the cleaning solution from the carpet. After the cleaner was charged, I opened one of the bottles of solution and poured it into the formula tank. One bottle completely fills the tank. The cleaning solution is premixed so there is no need to add water into the formula tank. The first place I tested the cleaner was in our office. We have a spot where there is some carpet tape residue leftover from an old chair mat. The spot has collected dirt thanks to the residue so it seemed like the perfect opportunity. I first sprayed the spot with the solution and then used the rotating brush to loosen the dirt in the area. The suction channel showed the foaming solution being sucked into the dirty water reservoir. While I believe the suction of the cleaner did a good job pulling the surface foam off the top of the carpet really well, but as far as the carpet being dry after cleaning it, that wasn’t the case. The carpet was still very damp. And while it seemed as though a lot of the dirt was cleared away, unfortunately, the sticky residue was still stuck to the carpet. Next, I moved to a spot that was on the arm of our couch. The instructions tell you not to use the machine on its side. The spot on our couch was in a strange place and I ended up having to clean at an angle. The spray and the rotating brush still worked to clean up the spot, but the suction wasn’t able to pull up any of the solution. As luck would have it, while I was in the process of completing these two tests, our dog snuck off and urinated behind a chair. Thankfully, because the cleaner is so compact, I was able to get behind the chair with it. First, I used paper towels to soak up the bulk of the urine and then I used the cleaner to remove any leftover odor and residue that might have been left behind. It seemed that the cleaner did a good job of that, but once again, the carpet was still damp even after several passes of the suction. For years I’ve had the unfortunate job of cleaning up after animals in our home. It’s been a difficult job, but that’s now been made easier with this cleaner. I’ve been happy with how it has performed even though I wish that it would suck up more of the cleaning solution so that the carpet wasn’t as damp after a cleaning.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Excellent product for quick clean-up

    Posted .

    This product is promoted as a pet stain eraser but it also can help with just about any carpet stain, as long as you act quickly and you have the product charged. Think of this as a miniaturized version of a large carpet cleaner like you would rent at the supermarket or home improvement store. It is very lightweight and easy to use. You fill the small tank with the cleaning solution (it comes with a couple of sample sized bottles - you will want to buy in larger volumes). I found it very effective for cleaning spilled liquids. When I emptied the "grey water" tank, I could also see that it picked up a lot of dirt as well. I own a large carpet cleaner but I like the convenience of having a smaller version that I can grab quickly and use to react to a spill in the moment. I also like that it has a powered brush for helping remove tough stains.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Convenient to Use on Daily Messes

    Posted .

    The Bissell Pet Stain Eraser Powerbrush Plus is a battery powered carpet cleaner aimed at clearing up small messes, spills, or stains from carpet or upholstery. Obviously the name points towards its use with pet messes as well – which my dog was happy to assist with. In the box you will find the main vacuum unit, 2 bottles of cleaner, the charger, and an additional pet scrubber attachment. The main unit has a brush/beater bar attachment already installed. The carpet cleaner has a removeable waste water tank that was already in place. The only thing to do was charge the cleaner before first use. A full charge takes 4.5 hours to get a max runtime of 20 min. Using the Pet Stain Eraser is fairly easy and straightforward. I started out with the powered brush roller to work on some recent stains my dog left – eating a stink bug did not agree with him. I filled up the solution tank with the included cleaning solution. The included solution is a couple of 8oz trial size bottles of Bissel Pro Oxy Spot and Stain solution. The solution tank holds a full 8oz bottle – which should be plenty for most spot cleaning jobs without needing to refill. Turning the unit on starts the beater bar and powers the sprayer button. First step is to spray the stain – since mine were dried I let the solution set for a few minutes. My carpet is a medium pile and the stain is older, so I didn’t think the scrubber bar would be appropriate. A fresh spill or mess the scrubber bar would be useful. I went back and sprayed again before scrubbing the spots. Once you press the beater bar into the stain the suction head starts pulling up the solution out of the carpet. I cleaned each spot for about 30 seconds while running the cleaner back and forth several times. The spots themselves looked pretty good, and it appeared to get everything out of the carpet. However, the spots were still pretty damp so I ran the machine over it again to pull more of the moisture out of it. I never got quite the amount of moisture out of the carpet that my large cleaner does, but it doesn’t do too bad. I had a couple other spots from my kids and my dog to clear up, but they were all in upholstery, so I decided to use the scrubber. I had some dog drool spots to clean in a couch and kid messes in my car to clean up. The scrubber worked well to lift those spots out of the fabrics. I didn’t have to do a ton of scrubbing to lift the spots. The only thing that was difficult was the orientation. You have to use the cleaner (per the manual) in an upright or laying flat position. Using it on upholstery or in a car means sometimes you can’t orient the cleaner to get the spot. Not something I ran into, but it could happen easily enough. Finishing up you need to empty/drain the tanks. I never had an issue with filling the dirty water tank to the point it needed emptying before I finished cleaning. It’s large enough to hold all of the solution from a filled cleaner tank – I figure it would hold 1.5 solution tanks worth of dirty solution before it needed to be emptied. When you are done its easy to pop the dirty solution tank off the bottom of the unit – just squeeze the tabs on the side and a little tug will pull it free. To empty the tank you have to peel up and pop off the drain plug. I empty it and rinse it out a couple of times in my sink and leave the plug off to air dry overnight. I didn’t realize it at first, but you can also remove the clean solution tank. My first use I didn’t realize I could do this, so I awkwardly dumped the remaining solution back into the bottle while holding the entire cleaner. Now I know with a little effort you can pull this tank off as well. It’s got a tight grip so you have to make a strong pull while gripping/squeezing the sides. Once this is off you can easily empty it and rinse it out. From hear you can disassemble the rest of the cleaner. The suction channel pops free to be cleaned out, which was easy enough. I let all items air dry overnight before reassembly to keep them from getting mildew. Overall, the Bissell Pet Eraser is a nice little cleaning tool to have at your disposal. It’s the right size to use on small and even medium sized messes that I hated getting my big cleaner out for. I really only found a few small drawbacks – the orientations the unit can be used in, and the dampness left behind in the carpet. The orientation has to be due to keep the solution flowing from the carpet to the dirty tank, or to keep the clean solution from leaking out of the sprayer. I don’t really know, but I can at least speculate. The dampness comes down to suction power. The Pet Eraser lacks all of the power to pull its solution pack out of the fabric. This leaves your carpet/upholstery damp for longer than expected which is a downside in a highly trafficked area. This negatives aside I was still very pleased with the Pet Eraser. It seems well made, the solution is readily available at most stores, and its convenient.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Potent/speedy little spot cleaner for carpets

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    That's our pooch admiring some of her handiwork on the carpet in the first photo below (as well as a comparison shot of the results from the first test-run of the Bissell PowerBrush Plus). When we happen across signs of a mishap like this, typically we use some spray-on spot remover, scrub the area with a wet rag/washcloth, and blot dry. It's low-tech, but generally effective. However, if you have a lot of spots to address, or maybe want to give a few stairs some polish without lugging around a gigantic carpet shampooer, this Bissell unit makes the task much easier and quicker, and at least OUR results were every bit as good as the old elbow-grease method. Size-wise, this unit is a bit chunkier and a bit heavier than a Dustbuster-sized hand-vac; but it's completely manageable and makes for easy maneuvering on stairs, upholstery, probably even working well within the small confines a car. Two brush-heads are included--a rotating bristle brush for surface cleaning, and a rubberized, but stationary, "pet brush" that is designed to work the cleaning solution DEEP into the carpet. In each case, operation is pretty simple: add the cleaning solution to the holding tank, turn the unit on, place the Bissell in front of the stain and press the spray button to saturate the area, then start passing the unit over the stain to scrub the carpet fibers and suck up the dirty cleaning solution. Depending on the stain, you might need a few applications of the cleaning solution and several passes with one of the two (or even both) brushes--a particularly greasy spot from the bottom of my combat boot took about 3 tries to come clean. But...um...yeah, that's pretty much it. Once you're done, you can disassemble the entire unit in about 30 seconds for cleaning the brush(es), vacuum area near the front, rinsing out the crud tank, and drying everything for storage. In particular, we LOVED the little design flair that allows you to keep the cleaning solution in the holding tank during disassembly and storage so the Bissell is always ready for the next go-round. Granted, any cleaning results are generally going to be only as good as the cleaning solution in use, but the sample-sized bottle of Oxy formula that was included in the box produced such good results for us, the first thing we did is buy a full-size bottle to keep on hand for future use. Battery capacity gave us around 18 minutes of continued use before we had to head back to the wall socket for an additional charge. That may sound low, but it's actually on par with other cordless vacuums we have in our house, including two convertible units from Hoover and two other handhelds from Shark. About the only power-related complaint we had was that the spray function is battery powered--this gives you windshield-washer spray force to dispense the cleaning solution, but you can't pre-soak the affected area without first having to turn the unit on just to use the sprayer. It's a small niggle on an otherwise VERY solidly performing mini-carpet cleaner that did exactly what we wanted and expected it to do. Definitely recommended!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cleaning, Stains
    Cons mentioned:
    Vehicles

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Works for Kids as well as pets!!!

    Posted .

    Let you tell you, the name is perfect for this handheld carpet cleaner, but the only thing I would add to it would be KIDS/PETS Stain Eraser. This is an awesome handheld and cordless carpet cleaner. Just today as I was writing this review my kids spilled ketchup on an area rug and this cleaned it up like it was never there. I have been using this for a few days now cleaning up some spot and stains left behind by my cats and kids and it has been working flawlessly. You do have to back and forth a couple time on the stain but it does the job well and it is portable enough to use anywhere such as your vehicle, furniture and to immediately pick up spills and stains. With two little kids and cat this has been a life saver is cleaning up spot stains. Now, lets go over some of the specifications and features of this Bissell – Pet stain Eraser Powerbrush plus. Features- -Easy fill and empty containers -Cordless -Powerbrush -Lightweight - 3 in wide cleaning path - 8.5H x 5.7L x 16.5W Pros- -Good suction -Powerful brush roll, although I do wish that the brush would stick out a bit more to get in deeper. -Lightweight Cons- -Run time is only 20 minutes I honestly believe in my opinion that this is a must have in every household with kids and pets to remove everyday stains on carpets, upholstery and even in your car.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Ease, Compact

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    This little pet stain eraser is a great appliance to have around when you own a puppy. I really prefer the small and cordless option to the large carpet cleaners and spot bots, as this is much easier to store and transport than the large ones. Especially if you don't plan to clean an entire room. This is also wonderful for the car if you should get a stain on any upholstery or furniture items in the house that has cloth fabric. The functions are very straight forward too; spay, clean rinse. Super easy. All in all I am very happy with this cleaner as its super easy to use and store.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great for all those smaller messes

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    We have a small child and an older dog at home. They like to make their own messes around the house occasionally and, although we have a pretty nice full sized carpet cleaner vacuum we occasionally use, this smaller hand held guy has been a great addition to clean up all those smaller messes without needing to break up the big boy. Setup was incredibly simple. Charge it up in case it doesn't come charged when you open it. Add some cleaning solution to the top. And that's about it. I don't remember if there were any other pieces that you needed to attach when you first set it up but all of the pieces are really easy to detach and reattach (which also makes cleanup pretty great). Usage is also really simple. You press the power button and it's working already. There's only 2 other buttons. One of them sprays the cleaning solution at your problem spot. The other one turns off your cleaning brush. I usually give it a spray and then go over it a little with the cleaning brush and then turn off the cleaning brush when I need to suck up the cleaning solution. It works fairly well. I'll say it works much better on harder floors with carpet than on upholstery on couches and such. Carpets cleaned up really nice and was left pretty dry when finished. Upholstery on the other hand don't do as good of a job with sucking up the leftover moisture when you're done. It still works and you can still get most of it but it's just harder to do so you'll need to use more pressure and take a little more time getting the area dry when you're done. Our older dog helped us test this out by peeing on the carpet the first time we got it. A quick little spray, scrub and vacuum and it was like it never happened. Our old solution was to dab up the spot with a towel, spray with pet accident spray, leave to do it's magic for a while and then clean it up with another towel. I like going over it really quick with this vacuum much better. Cleanup is also surprisingly easy. The from panel gets pretty gross looking really quickly depending on how dirty and full of pet hair your carpets are but it cleaned up really well just by turning the device on and sucking in some clean water through it. The bottom dirty water container is also easy to remove and clean out. Basically ticks all the boxes for what I look for in a quick to pickup and quick to put down gadget. If I had to think of any short comings, I'd say the suction power on the water pickup is a little weak but it's a hand held battery operated vacuum so I don't expect the world out of it. With the right angle and enough pressure it does a good enough job. Overall, I'm going to be using this a lot to clean up those little accidents that happen around the house which should keep the house a little cleaner between full on carpet cleans. I'm happy with it and if this fits your budget and you're looking to clean up smaller issues, then I would recommend it to you.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Portable and convenient

    Posted .

    The Bissell Pet Stain Eraser Powerbrush Plus is mainly for those who need that quick cleanup of a small spot. It's portability and convenience due to its small size and cordless nature are its main sells. I was pleased with the build quality of the Bissell. It feels sturdy yet the weight of it is light enough that I did not feel excess burden on my wrists. They do include 2 bottles of Bissell's oxy spot and clean. Each bottle fills the tank once which is something to be aware of. There are three buttons on top. The left is the power button. The center is to spray cleaning formula. The right is to turn on the brush roll. At first, I was annoyed that the center button was the spray because I would accidentally press it to turn it off. However, I got used to it. The spray comes from above the vacuum and brush roll. So that is something to be aware of. Now, I think an important distinction that everyone should know is that there is a difference between a carpet extractor and carpet cleaner. Extractors essentially go further than cleaners to reach the inner parts of the carpet. Cleaners are for more surface-deep layers. This is a carpet cleaner. A portable carpet cleaner at that so it has alot of limitations. The suction is the biggest thing. It is fairly weak and leaves the carpet fairly wet afterwards. You must also keep the vacuum head faced downwards. If you incline the device, it will leak. The battery life also lasts around 15-20 minutes. It also takes around 2 hours to charge fully. These are its biggest weaknesses. That being said, it was fairly effective at removing small surface stains on carpet, stairs, car seat/carpets, and sofas. I cannot imagine using it for larger stains as it it is too heavy for that. However, for its designed use, I think it is an adequate machine. You will be surprised by how much dirt it can collect from just the surface. All in all, I think it is great for small cleanups. Pros: Small and portable Cordless Can handle small stains Cons: Short battery life Long time to charge battery Weak suction Would not recommend for long period use Cannot incline/angle device

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Good little spot cleaner

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    This is good to clean up after my toddler spills and my cats. It saves me from having to pull out thr big carpet cleaner just to clean a small area. It does a decent job. Its convienent but a little heavy and you have to put a lot of pressure to get the suction to work. Also it needs to come with a mount for easier storage.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    8.5/10

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    Owned for 2 months when reviewed.

    It is a great device! The only two things I don't really like is that: 1) It is heavy to use for long periods of time. AND 2) Even on a full charge it doesn't last a whole lot of time. If you use it to spot clean or for a car then definitely buy this. If you're wanting one that lasts longer (battery or cord) then buy a different version.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great for specialized cleaning

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    Summary: An overall great product if you have any cleaning needs in odd spaces such as couches, beds, stairs and more! Pros: Great for small jobs anywhere Cool design Easy to use Good number of attachments Wireless Easy to clean Cons: A bottle of solution runs out quickly Relatively short battery life Unboxing: The unit has very little assembly. In short, you will install the solution basin, the dirty water container, battery and any attachments you wish to use on the brush. Charging takes a fews hours for a full charge but this is a non issue for most people as they will not use it continuously. Use: I used it on some old pet stains on a mattress. I previously tried removing them with a more traditional cleaner but it ended up causing issues on the fabric. When trying the Bissell pet stain eraser, I was very impressed with how gentle it was on the fabric. Even more impressive is that you do not need to fumble with any water / solution mixtures. Simply put in a bottle of solution and you are gtg for your job. I found a single bottle is good for a single job give or take so I recommend being a bit stingy with the trigger so as not to waste solution. Cleaning was very easy with all parts easy to remove and the instructions make it clear which parts you should run water through when you finish a job. It is a great addition to any cleaning products you might own. I would not rely on it as my only carpet cleaning option though as one might go through the solution too quickly and it is only good for small areas. If you have special spots you needs to address that other equipment can not reach, this is for you.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great because it wireless

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    Posted .
    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    I like the fact that it’s wireless but the sucking and the amount of solution it hold for a big cousin or carpet is not enough other then that I have enjoyed it

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Good, but not great

    Posted .

    I'm a cat owner who routinely has to clean up messes on light colored carpet. I have an upright carpet cleaner, but it's a pain to setup, and it doesn't have a hose attachment for upholstery. I picked up this unit to supplement my upright because I thought that it would be good for quick cleaning jobs and for deep cleaning my couch and mattress. After using it for a few weeks, my general impression of it is . . . "meh." The cordless portability is great, the build quality feels solid and well constructed, the battery life is fantastic, and the suction is pretty good. But the brush action is pretty terrible, and the spray is tricky to aim and necessitates lifting the unit up and angling it at the spot (versus just spraying as it's in operation). Honestly? This works about as well as a spray bottle of carpet cleaner and a wet-dry hand-vac. It wasn't the miracle stain lifting machine that I'd been hoping for. I blame the lack of brush action and the oddly angled sprayer for that. The brush assembly is just too far recessed to do any real good. The machine gets brownie points for being a compact solution for cleaning up messes, but it's not that impressive. I recommend it only because it's a more compact and efficient solution than having a separate spray bottle and a great big wet-dry vac.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cleaning, For removing spots, Stains
    Cons mentioned:
    Brushes, For pet accidents, Power

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely essential if you have pets (or kids)

    Posted .

    Absolutely essential if you have pets (or kids) I have a good Bissell full-sized carpet extractor for a good “deep cleaning” for the carpets from time to time, but this “Pet Stain Eraser” is the perfect accessory to have to get a quick quick cleanup for those little accidents, and is very nice to use for upholstery and even for the car seats. This replaces an older spot cleaner and is a welcome upgrade with the rotating brush or cleaning bar (easy to swap out), better capacity for cleaning solution and recovery tank, better suction from the cleaning head, and much easier to empty, clean, and flush. It’s easy to fill and use: 1 - the tank can be filled without having to remove it from the machine. 2 – spray the area to be cleaned. 3 – use either the rotating brush or the “scrub bar” to work the carpet and loosen up any sticky material. 4 – vacuum up the cleaning solution. 5 – empty and rinse the recovery tank. The rotating brush is a nice idea, and it is not so aggressive that I am worried about it pulling the pile out of my carpet. The brush seems more suited to loosening the stain and working the cleaning solution further down into the carpet. It is very easy to swap the spinning brush for the scrub bar – so it is worth trying both of them to see what works best for your carpet and different “types” of pet accidents. Cleaning solution that comes with the Pet Stain Eraser is already diluted, so there isn’t any measuring or mixing. I was tempted to dilute it a little bit to keep from having too much cleaning residue left in the carpet, but found that using the solution out of the bottle and then coming back with a clean water “rinse” really worked better to get the stain removed. The only limitation I found on using the device was when trying to clean the vertical surfaces of sofa or chair (not a big problem as most accidents happen on the floor or the seat cushions) as you have to hold the machine pretty much at a horizontal position to get everything to work properly. Again, no big deal and you can spray the cushion and then come back and vacuum if you take your time. Keep an eye on your run-time, as there were several spots I wanted to get cleaned up when trying out the Bissel for the first time, and if you really do a thorough cleaning job on a spot, you might get 2 or 3 done before you need to stop and recharge. That’s not a big deal as for daily use it’s “hey there’s an accident on the carpet” one at a time and it’s very nice to be able to grab the Pet Stain Eraser and get a good spot clean-up done without having to get the sponges and towels and deal with all that. The suction is not as powerful as the full-sized machine, but that is no surprise and really to be expected. I found that how dry the carpet gets depends a lot on the angle that you hold the suction head, how slowly you move the head (you can see the solution being sucked up into the machine, so it’s easy to keep an eye on that). I was used to an older model that needed replacement, and each type of machine takes a little experimentation to get the best results. I must say that the carpet is always going to be damp after cleaning, so putting a towel over the area if it is in a “high traffic” spot to keep shoes from leaving footprints is recommended – and then uncover the area when the traffic dies down or for good drying time overnight. After a full charge, the battery still seems to keep the full charge so it’s ready and charged up when you need it. Overall – the “Pet Stain Eraser” is very handy so you have something immediately available to “catch those accidents” before they have too long to set-in on the carpet. Stay Safe!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Did you get a covid puppy too?

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    These things are MUST with new pets around and carpet/rugs in the house. This combines the best of what I loved about the little green machine, with cordless convenience. One of my biggest gripes about the original little green machines was that they couldn't be stored with water/solution in them. I'm not sure that I've decided if I trust this machine to be stored that way yet or not, but I will say this, the way that the tank connects at least won't lend itself to gravity drippage like the little green machines did, with the waste tank being the bottom of the unit. The solution tank goes in the top but is wholly contained inside the unit. Cordless convenience and the size wegiht is VERY nice. The scrub brush is integrated and positioned right behind the vacuum head. I found myself wishing the brush was just a little firmer and may be replaceable, but it does its job well, it just needs to be cleaned. During house training, we ended up using this thing quite a bit and I appreciated it. Still, some small design cues that could be improved, but this is a vast improvement over what we used to have. I would recommend it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    No more scrubbing by hand!

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    The BISSELL - Pet Stain Eraser is a life saver. My puppy still has the occasional accidents indoor, and that can be a huge pain in the rear. Well, the BISSELL - Pet Stain Eraser has made those mistakes a lot easier. It really doesn't get any easier. The best thing is that the BISSELL - Pet Stain Eraser is battery powered, so no cords! All you do is fill with the cleaning solution and, water, and you are on your way to cleaning up those small messes. No more having to scrub by hand and leaving a huge wet mess son your carpet. The BISSELL - Pet Stain Eraser cleans and sucks up the water/solution. I know that this is a "pet stain eraser," but it works great in cars as well. I actually used it on my Jeep's seats and got them cleaned up. I also used it on my couch and it brought out the deep stains that had been there for some time. The only downside is the battery life. It's a fairly small battery, so that's its limitation. The upside is that it charges fairly quickly. Overall, the BISSELL - Pet Stain Eraser is great! I would highly recommend it to anyone.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Carpet saver

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    Posted .
    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    This has saved my carpets so many times and the only thing that I’ll say is bad is the need to purchase so much liquid cleaner

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Extremely disappointing

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    Bissell’s new Pet Stain Eraser cordless cleaner is in my opinion, Very disappointing, The first thing you will notice when you take it out of the box is how heavy it is, for a portable cleaner it sure is heavy, it will definitely tire out your arms. For every step forward this device takes forward, it takes 2 back, some of the pros about this power brush is that it looks heavy duty, it’s well constructed, it uses premium parts like the plastics and the rotating brush. The battery also seems like it’s very capable, according to Bissell it will last 20 minutes on a single charge. Some of the cons are that like stated before it is heavy, and it didn’t do a very good job at spot cleaning either my sofa or a carpet. The biggest problem I see is that the suction it uses to suck up the liquid, just isn’t very powerful, you’re better off using the spot cleaner solution, A brush to scrub, and then a rag to dry it up, you would save a lot of money and it would be faster and easier than using this device. I cannot recommend this product to anyone.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    This product is not just for people with pets!

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    Posted .
    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    I do not have pets....but I do have Grandchildren and drip an occasional cup of coffee on the carpet. This little scrubber does a great job on any kind of a carpet stain. I won't have to have my carpets professionally cleaned as often. Well worth the money I paid.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Really like this cleaner...

    Posted .

    The Bissel Pet Stain Eraser Cordless Portable Carpet Cleaner is the first portable carpet cleaner I’ve tried, and I have to day I am impressed. I opted for this model for one main reason. I have two rugrats that seem to believe my wife’s car is their personal garbage bin. That of course is a story for another time. But with that said, the carpet in her SUV is suffering and I wanted an option to clean it. For starters, this carpet cleaner gets into the harder to reach spaces that a larger cleaner would not be able to handle. You can get portable hand vacs that really vacuum well, but unless you get a professional to clean your car with the appropriate attachments, there are not really many options. This cleaner is a good option to be that cleaner when you need more than a vacuum and less than a professional cleaning job. It really goes deep and cleans dried on imbedded stains. The formula it uses is a no mix product. I thought that was odd, because usually when one uses a carpet cleaner you have to fill mix it with water to thin out the concentrate. This is not like that, you just pour it in and get to work. The battery says it lasts about 20 minutes, and I think that depends of how hard you put it to work. I think that is a pretty accurate number though, I did the whole car with multiple refills before it died. That was pretty decent and just what I needed it to do. Afterwards, the cleaner is very easy to clean. Everything comes apart easily and afterwards the seals are still tight and it did not leak. The cleaner never overheated and even the brushes are easy to remove, clean and replace. For what I need this for, and how it performs, I have no complaints. In fact I am really happy with how well it works and I think it has a lot of bang for your buck. Definitely a great option for small spot cleaning or more detailed cleaning areas like that of a vehicle. I would definitely buy again if I was on the market for another portable cleaner, and I recommend it to anyone that has a pet or rugrats like me.

    I would recommend this to a friend