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[Club Plus] Bissell Auto Spot Clean Carpet Shampooer $167.29 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ Supercheap Auto

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When a vacuum can only do so much, it’s time to break out the Bissell Auto Spot Cleaner. This carpet and upholstery washer functions just like a professional carpet cleaner, without the hassle of having to store one! Being compact and easy to use, you’ll never hesitate to grab it for a quick clean whenever a spill or mess occurs. Even traditional messy areas such as around a baby seat, or muddy footprints in a four-wheel drive pose no problem for the Bissell.In the box alongside the unit you’ll find three handy attachments. A 2-in-1 crevice tool, a 3-in-1 tool for flat, curved and corner areas, and the larger 15cm tough stain tool. With these, you’ll find far more uses than just the car! Use it on the couch, the rug, or spot stains on carpets. With a tank full of fresh warm water, and some Bissell spot and stain remover – just spray the solution on and suck the stains right out of the surface. An inbuilt heater keeps your clean water at the perfect temperature. Dirty water is deposited in the other tank, and you won’t believe how mucky it can get!For the really tough stains, a splash of oxy boost and a gentle scrubbing with the built-in brush will make all the difference. In the end, every part of the unit packs away onto itself. Delightfully compact and ready for action the next time there’s a mess.

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  • +1 vote

    Got one yesterday. Cheers.

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    Good deal mate

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    You have to watch out you don't overdo it as it can really sap the dye out of cloth seats. Mine broke after a few years.

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      A few years is good, right? Sappy dye not so much 😮

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        I used it at most half a dozen times, so not so good. It does work well and if you have carpets in the house useful for that too.

        Might just need a weaker mix to minimise the dye leaching (black seats).

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    This or wet & dry vacuum?

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      Wet & dry 100%. This is a tiny wet dry vacuum with a spray bottle and brush which you need to scrub with. No rotating brush heads or anything else that helps clean. And bloody noisy.

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        Yes, you could use the chemicals that go with this and a standard wet&Dry vac which would have more capacity.

    • +2 votes

      This= spot cleaning

      Wet & dry vac= area cleaning

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    Get a wet and dry vac and a steamer, this product is awful.

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      would you recommend any product in particular ?

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      The thing about this, is that once you clean one area, it pushes the dirty water around and then you clean that area, and it’s a never ending cycle.

      I bought one a few months ago, and returned it, and even the store rep said they’re not worth the effort

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        Sounds like you had a broken unit or an extremely dirty carpet, that's not the experience of most people on these threads who are using it for spot cleaning.

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      How is it awful?

  • +2 votes

    This is an awesome vac which I bought one on last deal and it’s amazing for kid, dog, cats ‘spills’.

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      Yep can second this. I've used it to clean a car (seats, floor and boot) as well as spot clean our carpet a couple of times. Its an amazing little machine for those purposes. Very easy and quick to setup and pack away. This is for spot cleaning so dont expect to do a full room with this as you'll be at it for days.

  • -1 vote

    The cordless version of this is infinitely more useful…

  • +2 votes

    I love mine. Use it in the car, on the couch arms and small messes.

    Yes if you can get a shop vac with the right head it's better but they are massive, annoying to store and pull out and you can't see the liquid being extracted.

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    Bought one. Thanks Op!
    Signed up for Club Membership - $5 for $10 Credit. Final Price = $162.29

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    Hose is too short on these which can be a pita, just a heads up.

  • +3 votes

    I have one of these from a previous deal.

    It's a decent little machine, keyword little. It's great for spot cleaning furniture, rugs, car seats etc but would be a pain for any bigger cleaning jobs. It's light and easy to move around but it has a short hose and small water tank. It does a good job at cleaning and is handy to have, but it really is only designed for small spot cleaning.

  • +5 votes

    These are good for spot cleaning, the naysayers are just using it to do something on it's not designed for.

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    My 2c - I have the older version (slightly bigger and green) but looks like it functions the same and attachments are pretty much identical, so I feel I can share my experience. I recently pulled out all the seats in my car and the floor carpeting to give it a much-needed clean, and can say:

    Pros:
    - does a good job removing surface level stains and a surprising amount of dust/dirt/other nasties
    - hose attachments are great for smaller and hard to reach areas
    - compact and very easy to store

    Cons:
    - suction power is understandably lacking, so after spraying an area I'll just go over it with suction maybe 3 or 4 times
    - no rotating brush heads etc, but easy enough to manually brush into an area
    - have to be careful to not spray an area too much since the vacuum suction isn't too strong, and last thing you want is mould. My technique: few quick sprays, good brush, and few passes over area with vacuum
    - short hose, so had to move it around frequently when cleaning

    I've also used it to spot-clean carpeted areas and even remove sweat stains from mattresses, and it's held up great. Obviously a steamer + wet/dry vacuum cleaner will result in a much deeper and thorough clean, but I reckon this little wet vac is perfect if used within reason. Will buy again 100% if/when mine breaks!

  • +1 vote

    Has anyone tried their turbo model?
    Seen some reviews saying that one is much better..

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      Interested in this also!

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        $283.00 at GG commercial right now

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          Oh okay :/ don't have a GG commercial account unfortunately. Do you know any easy way to get access?

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            @mbrooks: You can get commercial access opening a free Sunsuper account ( this is how I got it )

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          SCA club price is $293 for those who don't have TGG commercial access

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      We have a turbo. Like this one, the hose could be longer, but not the end of the world. Happy with it so far did a great job on a rug and our fabric couch.

      As posters have said above for this model still applies to the turbo, more for spot cleaning or a couch, rather than a large carpet area. The rug we used it on took a fair while compared to say a rug doctor.

      We steered clear of the auto and the similar designed ones, as from the reviews it sounded like they had a design fault where water would get where it shouldn't… ie into the motor

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      Bought the turbo at a decent price couple of months ago. Used it to clean a standard size carpet in a high traffic area. Takes a while and a lot of effort to clean the whole carpet. But works super well. Wish I took a photo of the dirty tank :)

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    Their product/Marketing team got the name of this "spot on" (pun intended). Anything more than spot cleaning is too much effort for this machine.

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    Karcher wet/dry vacuum plus this: https://a.aliexpress.com/_mN4engN

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      Any reason why this got downvoted? The nozzle is the wrong diameter for the hose lol?

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        Probably just lack of explanation as to why it’s a far superior option that is cheaper. Now that I have more time I can elaborate. The suction power you get with a 1400/1600W wet/dry vacuum paired with an extraction nozzle is 3x that of this Bissell unit. Obviously a vacuum won’t be able to expel water, though Bunnings have $4 garden pump sprayers which are ideal. This setup worked exceptionally well for the detailing business until I could justify thousands on a Mytee unit.
        For best results, after expelling water/solution on soiled areas, agitate with a drill brush attachment before extracting

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    I have one I use on the couch. It works well.

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    This is on sale at the moment at Big W for $167.30. I used it today on a rug and theatre room carpet and works okay. Only issue I have is that you have to take 6 screws off to get the brush bar out for cleaning. Other than that it was easy to use

    https://www.bigw.com.au/product/vax-compact-power-shampooer/...

  • +1 vote

    what product should I look at to clean a big fabric couch?