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This machine forces cleaning solution deep into the carpet, where the spiral brush, together with the suction power, removes dirt and stains from the bottom up. For both automatic and manual operation, the Spotbot sprays and suction-dries in a single step. The soft brushes will not damage carpeting. See More
A standout feature of this carpet cleaner is the Automated Smart System for hands-free cleaning. Just fill up the machine with the cleaning solution, place it on the stain and it will do the rest. The cleaner has two motorized brush settings, one for newer, surface stains and a second for older, deeper stains. It will automatically apply the necessary amount of detergent to get the stain out. Once finished, the unit will give an alert. See More
The machine comes with a pet-related stain remover tool with rubber needles that applies detergent to the bottom of carpets to target the root of the stain, while scrub brushes help break up dirt and debris. The built-in collection basket filters pet hair from the water it sucks in to keep the machine from clogging. For really bad stains like pet urine, you can shoot detergent and water directly at the stain for more effective spot cleaning. See More
Unlike other carpet cleaners where the water cools off over time, this unit has a heating element to keep your water warm. Warm water fights odor and deep stains better than just cold water. Keep in mind that this isn’t a fully functional water heater, so you still have to fill it up with hot water. See More
Unlike some carpet cleaners, it doesn’t have separate tanks for clean water and extracted dirty water. Rather, it stores the clean water inside a very durable bag that shrinks as the clean water is used up. The pouch is surrounded by the dirty water while you're cleaning. This system eliminates the need for two tanks, but if you dump out the waste water in the tank, you lose some of your clean water. See More