I was searching the internet and I ran into the Bissel Homepage site for Pet hair solutions and I was wondering if any of there products were worth a try. Please let me know. thanks
Rob1150, Hi ~ see it's your first post here so welcome to the Boards!
Not sure exactly the "pet hair" solution you are looking for ~ stains? vacuuming? cleaning?
If you could elaborate a bit more, perhaps you could get some good suggestions ~ lots of smart people here! Just taking a guess, were you looking at the Bissel Spot Remover? Hard to make any suggestions without more information.
Post back and, once again, welcome!
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Thanks Idaho Resident!
I need a good vacuum for pet hair. I have bought the Dyson DC39 animal vacuum for my pets.This message has been edited. Last edited by: haydonidseew,
Why would you ask about a vac if you just bought one? Just saying!
Try a pekepoo.
Neighbor gives his three dogs a "summer hair cut". (Takes them to the dog groomer). His cocker, snouzzer and shitsu/poodle mix all are cool and no shedding for the summer months.
I have had my Eureka pet lover vacuum for five years,and it has never failed to pick up all the hair my Shepherd looses.
I vacuum every day.
I clean the filters once a week, and empty the unit that holds what has been vacuumed up each time I use it.
Twice a year I disassemble it and give it a good cleaning.
The only thing I never liked about it is, it is a noisy machine, but it does what it is supposed too.
Life isn't about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain.
The DC39 is the best. I've used it for 3 years and it still works like the day I got it. I'm hoping it lasts at least 5 years, but time will tell.
Personally, i think it is the vacuum cleaner called Eureka Easy clean. it has very powerful suction that can suck any type of pet hair off carpets,stairs, upholstery etc. Try it. you won't regret it.
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