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How to Get Candle Wax Out of Carpet

Posted on 9/4/2020
Categories: How to Clean Stains

Feel confident having candles all over your home! It’s easy to clean wax stains if there’s spilled candle wax. You're one step closer to relaxation, so go ahead and light that candle.
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HOW TO CLEAN PET MESSES

Posted on 4/5/2019
Categories: How to Clean Stains, Pets & Their Messes
Pets can bring so much light into your family’s life. Knowing that a pet depends on you and loves your company is a quiet joy every day. Plus, the fun had during playtime always brings a smile.Pet parents tend to have lower blood pressure and have a lower risk of heart disease than those who don’t (according to this TIME article). It’s great to have a furry best friend who meets you at the door every night or who loves to cuddle anytime you sit on the couch.
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STOP RECURRING STAINS

Posted on 10/18/2016 by BISSELL Rental
Categories: How to Clean Stains, Pets & Their Messes

Some stains never go away, BISSELL Rental has made a how to guide to stop those recurring pet stains. 

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Getting Ready for Game-Day Stains

Posted on 10/6/2016 by BISSELL Rental
Categories: How to Clean Stains, Seasonal/Event
If you’re hosting a party to watch the big pro football games or college bowl games—along with the BISSELL® Kitty Halftime show—you’ll probably be busy preparing for a house full of guests. But with any party, stains and messes are bound to appear. Let us help you prepare for any game-day stains that may find their way onto your carpets.
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How To Get Ink Out of Carpet

Posted on 10/6/2016 by BISSELL Rental
Categories: Carpet Cleaning, How to Clean Stains
With school back in session, BISSELL Rental has you covered with cleaning up that ink pen or marker stain. Click below to see our tips. 
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SUMMER STAIN GUIDE

Posted on 6/24/2016 by BISSELL Rental
Categories: How to Clean Stains, Seasonal/Event
Here at BISSELL Rental, we love summertime. It’s full of sun and fun and plenty of outdoor activities. But all that fun in the outdoors can sometimes find its way indoors in the form of stains. We know you’re familiar: a fun afternoon running through the sprinkler means muddy footprints, a backyard BBQ with family and friends turns into ketchup on the carpet inside.
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How Oxygen-Boosted Cleaning Works

Posted on 2/16/2016 by BISSELL Rental
Categories: How to Clean Stains
You just accidentally knocked over a glass of red wine. That feeling of dread starts to set in as the wine seeps into your plush, cream-colored carpet. Sound familiar? We all know the feeling. Luckily, there’s a specially formulated cleaner ingredient that’s dedicated to removing stains just like this one. It’s called Oxy Deep®.
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SUNDAE CLEANING: HOW TO GET CHOCOLATE OUT OF CARPET

Posted on 10/27/2015 by BISSELL Rental
Categories: Carpet Cleaning, How to Clean Stains
Everyone loves chocolate, right? Not if it leaves a nasty chocolate stain on your carpet. The combination of ingredients, coloring, and texture that makes chocolate so appealing can also make it one of the toughest stains to get out of carpet. So, for the next time the dog knocks that chocolate ice cream cone out of your toddler’s hands, here’s how to get chocolate out of carpet:
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DEEP CARPET CLEANING WITH FORMULAS THAT CONTAIN STAINPROTECT™ TECHNOLOGY

Posted on 9/28/2015 by Molly Carmer
Categories: How to Clean Stains

Whether you’re hosting guests for a celebration or just managing daily chores, the to-do list can be never-ending.  One task that can save you time in the future is deep cleaning with BISSELL Advanced Clean and Protect with StainProtect™ Protector.

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Why You Should Use Only Bissell Carpet Formulas with the Bissell Deep Cleaner

Posted on 9/28/2015
Categories: How to Clean Stains
America is a nation of do-it-yourselfers — even when it comes to cleaning their carpets. Some go as far as to concoct their very own cleaning formula, using a special recipe of ingredients they have around the house. Is that a good idea?
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