When it comes to carpet cleaner machines for the home, and general messes and pet messes and odors, there’s several brands and models to choose from.
A few of the more popular brands are Rug Doctor and Bissell, and we’ve put together a guide of a few of their more popular models.
In this Rug Doctor Deep Carpet Cleaner vs Bissell ProHeat 2x Revolution Cleaner Comparison, we’ve listed the main differences and similarities so you can get a good idea of which one might be best for you.
Let’s take a look at them!
(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)
HOOVER Power Scrub Deluxe vs Bissell ProHeat 2X Revolution: Cleaner Comparison
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NOTE: there is also the HOOVER Power Scrub Elite Carpet Cleaner (on Amazon)
HOOVER Power Scrub Deluxe vs Bissell ProHeat 2X Revolution: Which One To Get?
Although both cleaners are light to medium duty cleaners, we prefer the HOOVER Power Scrub over the Bissell ProHeat.
The reasons is that the HOOVER probably delivers a better performing clean in terms of the power of the brushes and the suction – so you will usually get a cleaner carpet.
There is also the option to go up a model with the HOOVER to the Power Scrub Elite which has both a Quick Clean Mode and a Deep Clean Mode.
The ProHeat does have a Quick Clean mode if that’s of interest to you, but it does have a 6.8 Amp power rating compared to the HOOVER Deluxe’s 10 Amp power rating.
The ProHeat also has a Pro Pet and Lift Off model available with different features.
HOOVER Power Scrub Deluxe vs Bissell ProHeat 2X Revolution: Differences
- The HOOVER feels like it gives you a more powerful clean and suction, and a more consistent performance
- The HOOVER has a 10 Amp power rating compared to the Bissell 6.8 Amp power rating
- The HOOVER Deluxe also has an Elite model available – which has Quick Clean and Deep Clean modes
- The Bissell has a Quick Clean feature which the HOOVER Deluxe doesn’t
- The HOOVER has SpinScrub technology with multi-directional brushes, whereas the Bissell has a 12 Row Dual DirtLifter PowerBrush
- The HOOVER has a 20 foot power cord compared to the Bissell which has a 22 foot power cord
- The HOOVER has a 2 year limited warranty compared to the Bissell which has a 3 year limited warranty
- The Bissell has Heatwave technology to maintain water temperature which the HOOVER doesn’t
- The Bissell has an 8 foot hose whilst the HOOVER has a 7 foot hose
- The Bissell is slightly lighter at around 17lbs whilst the HOOVER is slightly heavier at around 19lbs
HOOVER Power Scrub Deluxe vs Bissell ProHeat 2X Revolution: Similarities
- Both are electrical/corded cleaners
- Both are upright cleaners with a solid handle
- Both come with a hose and tool attachments for above ground level cleaning on upholstery etc.
- Both can be used on carpets to scrub, suck and dry
- Both are designed as light to medium duty cleaners and are affordable type cleaners for around the home
HOOVER Power Scrub Deluxe vs Bissell ProHeat 2X Revolution: Reviews
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