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Bissell Steam & Sweep

I am always on the lookout for ways to keep my house clean with the least amount of work (what mom isn’t). When I saw the Bissell Steam and Sweep, I knew I had to have this. Now, the first thing you have to realize is that this is not a vacuum. It has no suction. Instead, it has brush inside that turns (with quite a bit of force). What I wanted this for was to pick up dog hair (which no matter how much I sweep and/or vacuum there always seems to be hair everywhere). Does it work? For my dog hair issues, yes it does! As you can see in the picture above, it picked up the hair quite easily and picked up quite a lot too!

Now you can use the Bissell Steam & Sweep, just as a sweeper or also as a steamer also. There is a button on the handle that you press and hold down, and it will steam your floors also! My floors looked pretty clean, but as you can see above, they weren’t.

The Steam & Sweep is also pretty lightweight. Madison (my 7 year old) can use it with very few issues. The pads (which are washable) just basically velcro on. I do recommend waiting a few minutes before removing the pad after using though. It gets very hot when you are steam cleaning. The bin that holds the dirt is super easy to remove too. You click the blue button with your foot and life up. It’s that easy to remove!

I love my Bissell Steam and Sweep. It works great, my kids can use it, and it helps clean my house faster. What is there not to love?

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  1. My first vacuum cleaner was a Bissel. I bought it secondhand when I moved on my own back in the day. It was a sturdy little thing, I kept it for years while in college, then I gave it to my mom, she used it, and finally we freecycled it!!!

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