Bissell Spotlifter vs Spotbot
We will dicuss the similarities and differences between Bissell Spotbot and Spotlifter below, hope it will help you buy the right carpet spot cleaner machine.
Both of them are designed for small cleaning jobs, such as carpet stain removal, stair and upholstery cleaning.
No built-in water header. (If you’d like to buy a spot cleaner with heater, you can have a look at the Little Green Proheat which equiped with a heater that heats hot tap water up to 25 degrees hotter.)
They have dual tanks, one for collecting dirty water and one for storing clean water or water with detergent.
Both have motorized brushes.
They are corded, not battery driven.
1, Hands Free Cleaning. The Spotbot has hands free cleaning feature which you can place it on the spots that you wish to clean, push a button, and it will automatically spray, brush, and remove stains and odors. Whereas the Spotlifter does not have this feature, you have to hold it to do the cleaning jobs.
2, Tools. The Spotbot comes with flex hose and a 3-inch tough stain tool that are convenient for cleaning upholstery, stairs, and auto interiors. Whereas the Spotlifter has no tools nor hose.
3, Weight. The Spotbot is much heavier than the Spotlifter.
4, Tank Capacity. Due to the small size, they both have little tanks, however, the Spotbot tank holds over 2.5X the capacity of Spotlifter.
5, Brush. The Spotbot has spiral brush whereas the Spotlifter has rotating brushes.
6, Motor Amps. The Spotbot has 3 amps motor whereas the Spotlifter has 2 amps motor.
7, Cord Length. The Spotbot has 16 ft. cord versus 18 ft. on the Spotlifter.
Please share your opinions below if you own Bissell Spotbot 78r5/Spotbot Pet 33N8 series machine or Spotlifter 1716 cleaners.