Bissell Garage Pro Wet/Dry Vacuum
Last updated date: April 26, 2019
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In our analysis of 58 expert reviews, the Bissell Bissell Garage Pro Wet/Dry Vacuum placed 4th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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Being able to mount the Garage Pro on the wall gives you more floor space in your garage, and means you won’t have to maneuver around it all the time. Since it has a 32-foot hose, you can still reach inside your car and around the garage with the vacuum mounted on the wall. The 4-gallon dirt tank is semi-translucent and has an LED Full Water Tank Indicator so you won’t have to guess when it needs to be emptied. Features The 12-amp motor provides powerful suction for garage cleaning needs, whether you're vacuuming your car or tidying up the shop. The wet & dry vacuum was engineered to handle spills and messes from liquids to dirt and grime. The blower is ideal for keeping your work area free of debris. Seven all-purpose tools make car detailing a snap. They're versatile enough to handle just about any task. And you can conveniently store them in the included accessory bag. The wall-mount design conveniently keeps your BISSELL Garage Pro ready for use yet out of the way. The 4 gallon dirt tank is semi-translucent so you can see the level of water and debris in the tank, to empty as necessary. Did You Know: You can unclog your vacuum if you lose suction? Try removing clogs in the upper or lower hoses with a rounded broomstick. Did You Know: Your filters need to be changed regularly? Many vacuums have more than one filter that needs to be cleaned and/or replaced on a regular basis to keep the vacuum running great. Check your vacuum’s user guide for more information on your specific model.