BISSELL ProHeat Essential vs HOOVER Power Scrub: Comparison

 

For both general cleaning and pet related cleaning, there are a few different brands of carpet cleaners that can be used.

A few of those brands are BISSELL, and HOOVER.

In this guide, we compare the BISSELL ProHeat Essential vs HOOVER Power Scrub carpet cleaners.

We look at the main features of each model, and also why you might or might not get each of them.

Let’s take a look!

 

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

BISSELL ProHeat Essential vs HOOVER Power Scrub

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing these carpet cleaners here:

 

ProHeat Essential

 

Power Scrub

 

BISSELL ProHeat Essential vs HOOVER Power Scrub: Main Differences, & Which To Get?

Firstly, it’s important to note that both the Essential and the Power Scrub models are both upright, corded, carpet cleaner machines.

They are used primarily for carpets, area rugs, and similar floor surfaces.

So, if a carpet cleaner type cleaning machine is what you want, you might consider them.

 

Secondly, a summary of what each model offers:

 

ProHeat Essential

BISSELL’S 2X Revolution Pet Pro is slightly more powerful and lighter than the Essential, and you get the 12 row Dual Powerbrush on the 2X Revolution as opposed to the 6 row Powerbrush on the Essential.

The 2X Revolution Pet Pro also gives you a longer limited warranty, and has the CleanShot Pretreater that the Essential doesn’t have.

You’d get the Essential is you want the cheaper and more basic of the two cleaners.

So, that’s where the Essential falls on BISSELL’s upright carpet cleaner range.

Compared to the Power Scrub, the Essential is very similar. 

The Essential and PowerScrub weigh similar amounts, have similar water tank capacities, can both be used on carpets as well as above floor level on upholstery, both have Heat technology.

The Essential at the moment though has a year longer limited warranty.

 

Power Scrub Models

The Power Scrub models can the Deluxe model, and the Pet Elite model.

These machines perform a wet clean with water, scrubber brushes, and a cleaning formula, and then help dry with suction and heated air.

They can be used on carpet, but also above floor level on upholstery, stairs, and so on – with the use of a hose and various cleaning tools.

The Pet Elite model is the upgraded model of the two – with a quick clean mode, 25% bigger water tank capacity, longer warranty, comes with different cleaning tools – just to name a few things.

The Power Scrub sits in between the HOOVER PowerDash and HOOVER SmartWash in terms of features and capabilities in HOOVER’s upright carpet cleaner range.

 

Overall

The Deluxe presents a pretty good value for money option.

Although, rather than looking at the Essential and Power Scrub models first, it’s worth checking out first the HOOVER SmartWash, and also BISSELL’s Revolution 2X Pet Pro carpet cleaner.

 

BISSELL ProHeat Essential vs HOOVER Power Scrub: Main Features

We’ve previously listed the main features of these carpet cleaners in these guides – the BISSELL ProHeat Essential vs HOOVER Power Scrub comparison guides.

But, as a summary:

 

ProHeat Essential

Designed to get professional style results

Uses a 6-Row DirtLifter PowerBrush

Can use a hose & Spraying Crevice Tool – designed for edges, corners, and crevices. Also comes with a 3 inch tough stain tool. 

Can clean carpets and rugs, but also above floor level on upholstery

Has HeatWave technology to maintain water temperature throughout the deep cleaning process

Has EdgeSweep Brushes for cleaning around baseboards and furniture

Can be used with BISSELL cleaning formula

Weighs about 19.75lbs

Has a 2 year limited warranty

 

Power Scrub Deluxe

An upright, corded, carpet cleaner

Uses SpinScrub brushes for cleaning

Uses HeatForce technology for faster drying

Has a 1 gallon water tank capacity

Has a 12 inch cleaning path width

Weighs less than 19 lbs

Has a DualV® Nozzle 

Functions with a cleaning formula, and automatically mixes the water with the formula for you

Has an 8 foot cleaning hose for above floor cleaning – of stairs, upholstery, and so on

Comes with the following cleaning tools – stair tool, upholstery tool, crevice tool

Has a limited warranty of 1 year

 

Power Scrub Pet Elite

An electric, upright, carpet cleaner

Has a Quick Clean Mode for cleaning and drying carpets in 45 minutes

Has a deep clean mode for heavier cleaning

Uses HeatForce technology for faster drying

Has a larger capacity water tank – 1.25 gallons

Has a 12 inch cleaning path width

Has a DualV® Nozzle

Functions with a cleaning formula, and automatically mixes the water with the formula for you

Has an 8 foot cleaning hose for above floor cleaning of stairs and upholstery

Comes with these cleaning tools – 2-in-1 pet tool attachment to remove pet hair, stains, and odors

Weighs roughly 18.5 lbs

Has a 20 foot electrical cord

Has a limited warranty of 2 years

 

* Note that things such as warranties, inclusions and features of cleaning machines can change over time, so, make sure to confirm them prior to buying.

 

Best Carpet Cleaners For Pets

If you want to see what other options are available other than the carpet cleaners listed above, we’ve put together a guide on the best carpet cleaners for pets.

There’s models from a range of brands like BISSELL, HOOVER, and Rug Doctor to consider.

 

 

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