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Best Carpet Cleaners - Vax ECJ1PAV1 Rapid Power Advance Carpet Cleaner, 6.2 Review Vax
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Best Carpet Cleaners - Rug Doctor Portable Spot Cleaner, 1.9 Litre, Red/Black Review Rug Doctor
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Best Carpet Cleaners - BISSELL SpotClean PRO Portable Carpet Cleaner, 750 W Review BISSELL
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Your Guide To Buying a Carpet Cleaner

By Dennis McGlothin

    Just about everyone who has a carpet or rug has had the experience of dropping something on it that cannot just be picked up or brushed off, leaving a stain that needs to be dealt with. Even if there aren’t major stains, day-to-day traffic will take its toll on the carpet, and it will eventually need a good, thorough cleaning. There was a time when carpet cleaners were so expensive that most people couldn’t afford them and so bulky that even if they had the money, the cleaners just took up too much space. Today, carpet cleaners are more convenient than ever, and even though they’re a bit more expensive than the average vacuum cleaner, they can still be a worthwhile investment. If you’re looking for a carpet cleaner, here’s how to find a good one.

    Standard: Standard carpet cleaners function a lot like traditional vacuums, but with the addition of reservoirs and pumps for cleaning materials, which they spray onto the carpet before suctioning it up.

    • This is the most common type of carpet cleaner on the market, and for good reason—it’s a great all-purpose solution for lots of different kinds of rugs and carpets

    Steam: Steam cleaners use pressurized steam in addition to the cleaner’s chemicals for extra cleaning power.

    • They’re perfect for situations that require a serious, deep cleaning

    Multi-surface: As the name suggests, multi-surface cleaners don’t just work on carpet, but can clean a variety of surfaces, including tile and hardwood.

    • A multi-surface cleaner is a great option for houses with different types of flooring in different rooms

    Here are some of the factors that go into a great carpet cleaner, according to the reviewers who have bought them:

    • Cleaning power: With any home appliance, the first question to ask is “how well does it do the job it’s designed to do?” The best carpet cleaners can get up virtually any stain, no matter how big or small—or how much it’s been worked into the carpet.
    • Detergent use: Since carpet cleaners almost always use some kind of chemical detergent, it’s important to know how much will be required. The best models use comparatively little detergent, which saves the user money.
    • Convenience of use: All carpet cleaners have a number of moving parts, including containers for detergent and water, scrubbing bristles, etc. Great cleaners are easy to use, easy to assemble (and take apart, as needed), and aren’t so bulky or cumbersome that they become a hassle to use.
    • Weight: When choosing a carpet cleaner, make sure to look for a model that is big enough to get the job done, but light enough to be able to use it without difficulty.
    • Edge cleaning: Look for a cleaner that comes with bristles that allow for edge cleaning, which will save you extra work and headaches when it comes to cleaning in corners.
    • Hand tools: These aren’t absolutely necessary, but it’s worth looking into the kinds of extra tools that come with the carpet cleaner—make sure to pick a model that comes with tools that will be useful for your home needs.

    Hoover: For many people, the name “Hoover” is synonymous with vacuum cleaners, and it’s easy to see why. Since its founding in 1907, this American company has been producing high-quality vacuums and other carpet cleaning devices, which it sells worldwide.

    Bissell: Bissell is an American company that has been manufacturing floor cleaners since 1876 and carpet cleaners since the 1950s. Today, the company produces a wide range of machines for cleaning all types of flooring surfaces.

    Rug Doctor: Unlike its competitors, Rug Doctor has always been in the business of producing machines specifically designed for deep-cleaning rugs and carpets. The company manufactures excellent carpet cleaners for both home and commercial use.