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Reddit reviews on BISSELL 39N7A/39N71 Steam Shot Deluxe Hard-Surface Cleaner, Light Green

Sentiment score: 3
Reddit mentions: 8

We found 8 Reddit mentions of BISSELL 39N7A/39N71 Steam Shot Deluxe Hard-Surface Cleaner, Light Green. Here are the top ones.

Every BISSELL purchase helps save pets. BISSELL proudly supports BISSELL Pet Foundation and its mission to help save homeless pets.Powerful High-Pressure Steam Cleaner With Easy-To-Press TriggerCompletely Chemical-Free With No Harmful Fumes Or Residue1000-Watt Power Rating, Power Cord Length Is 20 FeetIncludes Accessory Nozzle, Extension Hose, Flat Scraping Tool, Grout Brush, Fabric Steamer, Window Squeegee, Angle Concentrator, And Detail BrushTank Capacity: 6. 6 Ounce. Heater Warm-Up Time: 30 Seconds. Ships In Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Found 8 comments on BISSELL 39N7A/39N71 Steam Shot Deluxe Hard-Surface Cleaner, Light Green:

u/jdwhiskey925 · 22 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I mean you could but I would caution against a power washer INSIDE a house. Water control could get out of hand. One of these thou:

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https://www.amazon.com/Bissell-Hard-Surface-Cleaner-39N7A-39N71/dp/B001EYHAGS

u/mesaone · 8 pointsr/WTF

I gotta tell you my super-effective tile and tub-cleaning technique. This is from trial and error, cleaning an apartment complex that is owned by a family member.

  • Scrub tile faces and tub with Magic Eraser, this works incredibly well
  • Use a steam cleaner on the grout lines, alternating steam and scrubbing with a brush
  • After steaming, spray all tiles and grout lines (liberally) with a household cleaner that contains bleach
  • Let the bleach cleaner set into the tiles for an hour, then re-spray.

    The magic eraser cleans the tile faces immediately. After steam-scrubbing the grout and a few applications of bleach, the grout is good as new. And remember to not mix cleaning agents, especially those with bleach or ammonia.
u/SmellGestapo · 4 pointsr/Bedbugs

Several years ago I had a bed bug problem. Not nearly as bad as some others I've seen, but a regular problem. I got rid of it myself with about six months of work.

Because bed bugs are attracted to your breath while you sleep, most of your work will be in and around your bed.

First you have to wash your sheets every week. Strip the bed and put the sheets in a plastic garbage bag to prevent spreading the bugs or eggs around your house or apartment, then throw the bags away once you get the sheets in the wash.

While the bed is stripped, inspect the box spring and bed frame for bugs and eggs. I used strips of scotch tape to gently lift any bugs I found without crushing them and spilling their blood all over my walls.

Twice a week, move the bed out from wherever it sits and clean the area under it. If it's carpeted, use a handheld steam cleaner to slowly blast steam all over the carpet to kill any eggs that may be buried there, then vacuum the entire area. Then spray the carpet with a bed bug spray.

Examine the ceiling, walls, and baseboards around the bed. Bed bugs love to hide in any little crack in your paint, or dent in your wall, or crevice between your baseboard and the dry wall. Again, use the scotch tape to lift any visible bugs off and throw them away. Run a vacuum cleaner hose attachment over the baseboards and the point at which two walls meet, or the wall and ceiling meet. Spray the bed bug spray on these areas.

Carefully examine any electrical outlets near your bed. This is where I found quite a few bugs hiding. Unscrew the outlet cover and look on the back side of it for any bugs there, and look in the outlet wall cavity for bugs. Don't stick metal back there or try to spray liquid. Instead, I used a powder twice a week.

Buy a bed bug mattress cover and one for your box spring if you have one.

While you're doing all this it's important to not change where you sleep, even though you may be getting devoured at night by bed bugs. They're attracted to your breath so if you try sleeping in another area of your home they may just follow you there and infest other furniture.

These are the steps that worked for me. Again, I did them once or twice a week for a solid six months. I never called an exterminator. My landlord tried to use some "bug bombs" from Home Depot but I found they did not work.

u/ron_weezy · 2 pointsr/hockeyjerseys

I use this style of steamer as it allows precision application of the steam

u/jmundella · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

This is the one I got

BISSELL 39N7A/39N71 Steam Shot Hard-Surface Cleaner, Light Green https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001EYHAGS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_rzb0CbVCZ4K3Y

Was a bit cheaper when I got it, but ten more dollars ain’t bad

u/CareyPrice · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing

I want to clean the seats on two civics and I have used an upholstery cleaner in an aerosol can with the brush attached before but it is very tedious. My question is would i be able to clean my seats using a steam cleaner like this? https://www.amazon.com/Bissell-Hard-Surface-Cleaner-39N7A-39N71/dp/B001EYHAGS/ref=sr_1_13?keywords=car+seat+cleaner&qid=1565818857&s=gateway&sr=8-13

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I know it would be much different than a commercial auto steam cleaner but do you think it would be worth my money or would it be a waste of time?