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    How good is this? BISSELL Little Green ProHeat ?

    Looking for a decent carpet cleaner, seats, etc.. Anyone own this and get good results? Just wanted some info before I buy it, thanks!

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    Re: How good is this? BISSELL Little Green ProHeat ?

    Looking to buy this relatively soon as I've had my eye on it. Interested to see what others say.

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    Is it good? Yes
    Are there better options out there? Yes
    For the price it can't be beat. I have the auto care version and really like it.

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    Re: How good is this? BISSELL Little Green ProHeat ?

    I have the little green pro heat unit. It is a good machine for the money. It is by no means a heavy duty machine. The unit is reliable and will get out most stains. I will vacuum the area spray a cleaner like folex on the stain and then hit it with the little green machine after agitating the cleaner on the stain after dwelling a few minutes. I hit it with the water and then begin to extract the water.

    You can get the unit at bed bath and beyond using a 20% coupon and it will be between $69 to $79

    Hope this helps

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    Re: How good is this? BISSELL Little Green ProHeat ?

    Quote Originally Posted by PapaSmurf View Post
    Looking to buy this relatively soon as I've had my eye on it. Interested to see what others say.
    +1
    Quote Originally Posted by KillaCam View Post
    Is it good? Yes
    Are there better options out there? Yes
    For the price it can't be beat. I have the auto care version and really like it.
    Whats the difference with that?

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    Re: How good is this? BISSELL Little Green ProHeat ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Eandras View Post
    I have the little green pro heat unit. It is a good machine for the money. It is by no means a heavy duty machine. The unit is reliable and will get out most stains. I will vacuum the area spray a cleaner like folex on the stain and then hit it with the little green machine after agitating the cleaner on the stain after dwelling a few minutes. I hit it with the water and then begin to extract the water.

    You can get the unit at bed bath and beyond using a 20% coupon and it will be between $69 to $79

    Hope this helps

    Ed

    great info, exactly what I wanted to hear. what is the coupon if you mind me asking?

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    The difference is the attachments. The little green has a larger attachment vs the smaller auto care one. I got the auto care because I figured it would be more ideal having the smaller tool to fit in the tighter places. The auto care also comes with a crevice tool which is nice. And the unit is black so it looks better to me.

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    Re: How good is this? BISSELL Little Green ProHeat ?

    Quote Originally Posted by KillaCam View Post
    The difference is the attachments. The little green has a larger attachment vs the smaller auto care one. I got the auto care because I figured it would be more ideal having the smaller tool to fit in the tighter places. The auto care also comes with a crevice tool which is nice. And the unit is black so it looks better to me.
    so $75 more for the auto care one? the little green one I can get for $99 shipped

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    Re: How good is this? BISSELL Little Green ProHeat ?

    I have the "spotclean" version and really like it. I use it the same way as Ed above. I use CG Fabric Clean but I hear a lot of good things about Folex. The "spotclean" version does heat the water, but I use hot tap water anyway. Only downside is you have to empty the dirty water tank quite often. I keep a 5 gallon bucket next to me to dump the dirty water into, so I still move pretty quick.
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    Re: How good is this? BISSELL Little Green ProHeat ?

    If I'm not mistaken the new Bissel auto version doesn't have heat anymore. I'd rather get the regular heated version and buy the auto attachments separately.

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