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What is the best carpet shampooer?

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The best carpet shampooer on the market is the Bissell ProHeat 2X Healthy Home Deep Cleaner, according to the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. This carpet cleaner has a built-in heater that warms the cleaning solution to boost its performance.

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What is the best carpet shampooer?
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In 2010, the Bissell ProHeat 2X Healthy Home Deep Cleaner received excellent ratings for non-commercial carpet cleaning because it is easy to understand and use, offers excellent cleaning power in heavy foot traffic areas and has powerful suction for removing water from the rug. The only disadvantage reported with this particular carpet shampooer is that it is heavy and hard to move.

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