Bissell Proheat 2x Revolution Review | A Powerful and Innovative Deep Cleaner and a Carpet Vacuum
We all love our pets. They provide us with love and affection. Unfortunately, they also come with pet hair and the occasional accident on the carpet. Even if you don't have a pet, it's not hard to accidentally spill on your carpet or to track in dirt over time.
It’s disappointing whenever you move an old piece of furniture and see the difference in color. A scrub brush or regular vacuum won’t do the trick: this is when you need a Bissell. Specifically, the Bissell Proheat 2x Revolution.
If you’re like us, you’re probably thinking through all your options to find the right floor cleaning vacuum. You don’t want to buy something that doesn’t really get your floor clean. In this guide, we’ll go over our experience with you in this Bissell Proheat 2x Revolution review to help you get your floor clean without wasting your time.
The Bissell brand is well-known in the world of vacuuming, with a hard-earned reputation. It wasn’t hard for us to pick one up to test out when we wanted a deep-penetrating carpet and upholstery cleaner.
The Bissell Proheat 2x Revolution Pet Pro isn’t just for pets. It provides a deep clean no matter what the stain was, although this isn’t your standard vacuum cleaner. It doesn’t work all that well on hardwood or tile, but it excels on carpeting.
All you have to do is mix up the cleaning solution in the water tank, run the vacuum over the stains, and watch as the stains lift out. Do bear in mind that your carpet will stay wet for a little while considering the amount of water it used. But you probably won’t mind it when you see how clean your carpet is.
The Bissell Proheat carpet cleaner is both a deep cleaner and a vacuum, with a powerful and innovative cleaning system. Included in the box is the 2-in-1 pet upholstery tool that would help with stains, odors, and hair; the 8-foot hose, and the 11-inch cleaning path. When we plugged it in, we were pleased that the power cord was 25 feet so we could move from room to room easily without constantly switching outlets.
Does it work well?
First off, we have to say that the grip was amazing. The ergonomic grip was easy to keep a hold of when we were pushing along the vacuum, without hurting our hand over time. The wet and dry modes were impressive too. You can easily adjust the vacuum to work for your specific needs.
If you’re wondering how to use Bissell Proheat, all you need to do is choose your mode of cleaning and pick either the regular or express power mode. Remove the large-capacity water tank when you’re finished.
The real question is whether this Bissell actually works well. We found that it does, especially with the power level. Not only do you get lots of power, but you are also able to continue using the Proheat for a while before you have to replace the water tank.
If you’re worried about the weight of the vacuum, you’d be glad that the Bissell isn’t too heavy. It’s actually fairly lightweight at 17.5 pounds. The buttons were placed well too, making it simple to switch modes without straining my fingers.
This also includes the button for the CleanShot Pretreater, which enables it to attack and remove pet spots and stains prior to vacuuming.
You won’t have to strain your arms when you turn around corners since it is easy to move around and under places with the included attachments. We found that the Bissell Proheat was easiest to use for small messes, and was quite powerful when using the regular mode.
In this Bissell Proheat 2x Revolution review, we’ll tell you about the specific pieces of the Bissell as well. Compare the 12 alternative rows of power brushes in this vacuum to competitors. These 12 rows reach down into your carpet to loosen deep dirt and grime, cleaning up everything in the 11-inch cleaning path.
We loved how wide the path was, although this isn’t necessarily uncommon compared to other carpet shampooing vacuums.
The brush roll also has a plastic cover that you can rinse off after you’re done cleaning, something you can do with many pieces of the Bissell. The Bissell Proheat 2x instructions make it clear that you can clean off almost every piece. However, with all this cleaning and drying, it may take you a little time to get everything clean before you store it.
How long does it last?
You have a 5-year limited warranty with the Bissell, so be sure to call in to check if your problem is covered. Hopefully, you won't need to use that warranty. But if you do, keep in mind that Bissell chooses whether they repair or replace pieces.
It won't cover fans or routine maintenance components like filters, belts, brush rolls, and so on. You also can't get a replacement for any damage caused by negligence or neglect.
Customer service is usually pretty good, but any return policy depends on where you buy your Bissell Proheat from. Always be aware of the return policy before you make your purchase.
The Bissell Brand
Bissell was born in 1876 when Melvin R. Bissell and his wife Anna Bissell grew tired of cleaning sawdust from the carpet of their crockery shop. They then came up with a revolutionary way to clean the persistent mess - a handy carpet sweeper, which Melvin would later patent.
Soon, friends and family became curious, wondering where they might find such an invention to use in their homes. Melvin took to creating various devices for his loved ones and with this, the Bissell business was up and running, booming with success and paving the way for carpet cleaning companies to come.
Melvin, unfortunately, passed away in 1889, leaving Anna as head of the company. She fought for the company, continuing to patent great inventions such as the manual carpet shampooer which was introduced in 1956. Then, in 1979, this shampooer was upgraded, replaced by a deep cleaning machine.
Backed by a team of highly-trained engineers, Bissell’s success was far from fizzling out. Kicking things up a notice, Bissell introduced a deep cleaning machine that was untethered by the confines of stationary water sources. This deep cleaner set high standards for competing companies, as it made carpet cleaning more convenient than ever before.
Since the invention of their second deep cleaner, Bissell has continued to expand and improve their product line. The company remains a family business and prides itself on its modern machines and high cleaning standards, as well as its customer service.
Today, the company has over a dozen devices available for purchase. Each one serves a functional purpose and is highly reliable, with repeat customers all over the world.
The Shark Navigator lift away is a reliable vacuum cleaner that is equipped with a power of 1200 and a unique “lift-away” feature that makes it easy to reach tough corners and edges.
This handy feature allows users to lift the canister off of the vacuum base and carry it to clean hard-to-reach areas without straining. This makes it ideal for use in vehicles as well as in homes, and on upholstery that cannot be moved or adjusted easily.
The Shark Navigator lift away also uses a patented seal technology system that has been tested and approved. This technology traps up to 99.9 percent of all dust and allergens and works wonders with the vacuum’s never-lose-suction technology to ensure that all debris and dust bunnies are kept contained.
To further the capabilities of this lightweight, 13-pound vacuum, it offers swivel steering and a 25-foot power cord that is long enough to help you reach every room of your home.
With the built in brush roll on/off switch, it can be taken off of the carpet and onto hard floors without sacrificing your home’s clean. After a long day of cleaning, there’s no need to worry about your Shark Navigator becoming too full; the vacuum has a large dust cup that is said to hold up to 3.0 quarts of dry dust and debris.
Upkeep is easy with the Shark Navigator, as the HEPA filter can be kept in pristine condition with thorough washes every three months. Boosting the vacuum’s performance is a breeze, too. The post-motor HEPA filter only requires a thorough wash and time to air dry every two years when used on a regular basis.
Where the Shark Navigator trumps the Bissell Proheat in terms of weight - the latter coming in at 25 pounds - and convenience, offering the aforementioned lift-away technology, the Bissell proheat beats the Shark Navigator in various other ways.
It features a hand pretreating option for tough stains, and a dedicated upholstery cleaning tool, whereas the Shark offers no such features. In addition, Bissell Proheat 2x Revolution parts are easier to come by, where replacement parts for the Shark are often a lot harder to track down and, because of this, cost much more.
The Hoover SteamVac plus carpet cleaner retails for an affordable price and features a number of great qualities that are beneficial to homeowners who live in every type of dwelling. This high-powered carpet cleaner is operated by a 120-volt engine and offers three speeds. It also comes with a variety of useful attachments such as the upholstery and bare floor tools which can be swapped out to ensure the cleanliness of every surface in your home.
This Hoover model features high-quality SpinScrub 360 brushes that counter rotate to scrub the debris from every inch of the intended surface. The brushes are also removable, allowing for mess-free cleaning and thorough clog prevention. Featuring dual tanks, the Hoover steamvac keeps dirty water well away from clean, soapy water, ensuring a streak-free clean.
With the health of your back taken into consideration, the steamvac is designed to be used as an upright device. However, to make it easy to clean tiny nooks and crannies, the nozzle detaches and can be used as a device on its own.
The Bissell Proheat is a great model, but it comes in second compared to the Hoover when you look at a few key factors. For example, the Hoover has two separate tanks - one for dirty water and one for clean - while the Bissell proheat 2x revolution pet pro has one large tank.
The Bissell carpet cleaner also lacks when it comes to on-unit storage, as the Hoover houses a dedicated space for the device’s extra tools and the Bissell does not. This means that any extra nozzles or brushes must be stored elsewhere.
This being said, the Bissell is a far better choice for when you need urgent pretreating. It offers an onboard pretreater that accurately targets spots and stains, while those using the Hoover will have to lug out the good old bottle of spot pretreater. It also fares better when hose length is an issue, boasting a 10-foot long hose that wins over the Hoover's 8-foot long hose.
In the end, the Bissell is high-quality with a deep cleaning ability that’s unmatched. This means that it is more expensive than other options, but any initial investment is worth it when you can see your carpets look brand new again. We found it easy to use, simple to learn, and quite effective for all types of stains, and on all types of carpets too.