Bissell created the QuickSteamer multi surface upright cleaner to handle many jobs with a lightweight, easy to transport appliance. This model is intended for use on carpeting, smooth floors, rugs and other surfaces. It offers a great collection of options for consumers looking for a do it all cleaner. Households with multiple surfaces (from carpets to hard floors) can find utility in this type of product.
Assembly is simplified and requires only two easy steps so the QuickSteamer is ready to go almost as soon as it is brought home. The QuickSteamer upright cleaner is packaged with a fiber cleansing formula and tool accessory that can be used on bare floors. It also comes with a one year manufacturer warranty and weights around 18 pounds.
Bissell equipped the QuickSteamer upright cleaner with a 20 foot power cord and 9 inch wide cleaning path that can fit around and between most objects. The water compartment can handle a half gallon of liquid and is designed for convenient filling and emptying. When full, the unit might be a little on the heavy side to lift and carry. The QuickSteamer is also intended for easy storage and was given a 3 AMP power rating.
What did customers who bought Bissell’s QuickSteamer multi surface upright cleaner like?
- The QuickSteamer multi surface upright cleaner proved effective in homes with multiple pets and children, even when cleaning light colored carpeting.
- Many consumers loved the lightweight design of the Bissell QuickSteamer upright, which made it much easier to carry up stairs and move from one room to the next.
- Even though the price is relatively low for the Bissell QuickSteamer, it is built to last with sturdy construction. Many consumers felt that the unit even felt durable.
- Works very effectively on smaller stains in isolated areas.
What did Bissell’s QuickSteamer multi surface upright cleaner customers dislike?
- Despite the name, this unit has no heating element and the water only gets as hot as the water that is put into it. There really is no steam involved and boiling water is not recommended.
- If floors are not swept before use, debris can become lodged in the QuickSteamer and cause the unit to stop sucking back up the water it sprays to clean floors.
- The Bissell QuickSteamer sometimes left behind water and had a hard time with debris. The brushes built into it do not always reach floor surfaces.