Bissell Unveils Perfect Sweep Turbo Carpet Sweeper

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.-Bissell has returned to its historical roots with the launch of the Perfect Sweep Turbo carpet sweeper.

 

The new product harkens back to the founding of the floor-care manufacturer, which opened its doors with the patenting of its carpet sweeper in 1876. It works on any type of floor, with a powerful brush roll that lifts crumbs and pet hair from carpets, rugs and hard floors, and with two edge brushes that clean along baseboards and in corners.

 

The Perfect Sweep Turbo's rechargeable battery enables up to 60 minutes of uninterrupted cleaning time. It's also designed with a maneuverable handle that can go flat to reach underneath furniture and into other hard-to-clean areas. By removing the long handle, the Perfect Sweep Turbo also can convert to a hand-held sweeper.

 

The product is available at mass merchants, selected department stores, home-improvement stores and online retailers.

 

 

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