Overview of the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Vacuum
This is a handheld vacuum that is designed for quick cleaning of pet hair and dry messes and comes with a specialized rubber nozzle that attracts pet hair. It’s also very lightweight and compact to aid in quick clean-ups. Cleans the stairs, upholstery and hard surfaces with relative ease. There are also two types of nozzles, one for each type of pet mess.
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The Pet Hair Eraser® Corded Handheld vacuum is built to aid in getting your entire home clean and hair-free, even in the hard-to-reach areas. The pet hair vacuum has two nozzles: a hard nozzle and a flexible contour nozzle. The hard nozzle is perfect for picking up dry messes like spilled cat litter or dog food, while the contour nozzle’s rubber material and comb-like bristles will help collect pet hair from your stairs and upholstery. Click here to find it cheaper on Amazon.com.
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Sample of User Review
This little sucker is unbelievable. The power is fantastic, the torque from the motor actually makes the vacuum jump in your hand when you flip the on switch.
I have a couch in my basement that is the favorite place for my two cats to sleep. The couch had so much hair on it that the couch looked grey instead of purple. I spent 5 minutes with the pet hair eraser and the couch was literally hair free. The rubber attachment on the front works way better than motorized brushes that quickly clog with hair.
The only thing I don’t like about it is that it is a little loud, but I guess with power comes a little extra noise. I love this little vac, why pay all that money for a Dyson when this little guy works great!
Edit: The one and only thing I don’t like about the vac is the way the air coming out of the unit sometimes blows the hair into the air if you’re not careful how you position the machine while you use it. Although considering how much air this little baby moves and the small size of the unit I’m not sure what could be done to avoid this.
Having had this unit now for just over two years I still say its an amazing machine and I use it quite often. Its still going strong, no problems.
Edit: I will add that that I did try to address the issue of the air blowing out only the sides just because people were complaining. I bent two small pieces of cardboard and duct taped them over the vents to direct the flow of air which seemed to cure the issue. Plus if you aim them toward your face it’ll dry your hair at the same time. Click here to find it cheaper on Amazon.com or read more customer reviews.