Hi Friends! I recently discovered the A-to-Z Challenge and decided to jump right in on letter “B”. What better way to incorporate the letter “B” into my writing than reviewing the Bissell Spot Bot?! (For those of you who are a little O.C.D. like me, don’t worry – I’ll make sure to play catch up with the letter “A”). So without further ado, on with the review!
I was fortunate enough to win a Bissell SpotBot Pet as part of the #PetHappens promotion
on Twitter last month. As most of you know, our newest family member
is a four month old pug named Lilo; and believe me – when Lilo is
around, #PetHappens! Needless to say, I was thrilled to have the
opportunity to test out the SpotBot Pet (my carpets were pretty happy,
too). We certainly did not chase the delivery man when he showed up
with this box:
The SpotBot Pet arrived in a very attractive box, and included two
cleaning solutions. It also included an instruction manual so my humans
could figure out how to work and maintain the machine properly. As you
can see, Lilo has a thing for sitting on boxes.
The machine itself is very easy to use. So easy, in fact, that a dog
could use it. OK, maybe a really well-trained dog with opposable
thumbs, but that’s besides the point. In order remove stains, you place
the bristles over the stain and plug in the SpotBot Pet. Then, you
select the cleaning level: surface stain for a “freshly made” spot; and
set-in stain for a spot that may or may not have been there for awhile.
Simply press the appropriate cleaning level button and voila, the
SpotBot Pet does the scrubbing and cleaning for you! I LOVE the SpotBot
Pet – my carpets have never looked better and now my human has extra
time to give me treats and belly rubs (in that order).
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