Why pets? It’s our love for pets that drives us to design products that help make pet messes, odors and pet homelessness disappear. BISSELL proudly supports BISSELL Pet Foundation® and its mission to help save pets in need.
There are a few things we strongly believe every home should have, a lot of love, a lot of laughter, a lot of memories, and a good clean. A big part of a good clean is having the right tools at your fingertips.
Labor Day traditions look different for all families. Some like to spend the long weekend at the lake, while others like to use the extra time to clean their carpets and get their house in order before the new season begins. No matter when you plan to tackle fall carpet cleaning, we’ve got you covered with these expert tips.
For many people, senior citizens, whether our parents, grandparents, even great grandparents, have played a major part in our lives. At BISSELL, we’re always keeping a close eye on cleaning trends, and adapting to what people look for in cleaning machines. One thing we’ve found throughout our more than 140 years in the industry is that people love a lightweight cleaning machine.
With summer ending soon, we know you have a lot on your mind, and keeping your home clean during such a major transition may quickly fall from the top of the list. Even without the added stress of the uncertain 2020 school year, we believe cleaning should never be a source of stress in your life. With the right products and a regular routine, cleaning will feel simple and satisfying, and less daunting for those who may dread it.
Whether you call them mutts, mixed breeds, Heinz 57s or some other moniker, who doesn’t love a canine cocktail? It’s no wonder that we have a special day to celebrate them: National Mutt Day, which falls on July 31 this year.
When we think about a classic clean, the magic of steam is right up there with our beloved carpet sweeper. Our trusted and true, long-standing sweeper is the first product invention that started everything for us back in 1876.
We’re willing to bet you’ve already seen a lot of summer messes, and in the coming weeks, we expect you’ll see many more. We know we’re not the only ones anticipating the sticky, melty messes, so we rounded up our favorite cleaning products that will let you focus on enjoying the sunshine, and not the hot messes it often time brings.
To say a lot of life happens on our floors doesn’t really begin to tell the story of how much our floors witness over the course of our lives. They are the foundation of our homes and the bedrock of our safe space. They get to see so many cute things, like babies learning to crawl and take their first steps, snoozing pups and playful kittens. They also get to see the not-so-cute things, like drool, shedding, mud, spills, accidents, and so much more. All of those memorable and not-so-memorable moments on our floors are exactly the reasons why keeping them clean is so important.
This may not be easy for you to hear, because it definitely wasn’t easy for us to write – deep cleaning in 2020 looks a little different than what you learned from mom all those years ago. Don’t get us wrong, we are in no way saying mom was mistaken. Her tried and true ‘deep clean every 6 months’ rule remains, but as people’s cleaning needs and routines continue to change, so do the cleaning ‘rules’.
At BISSELL, pets are part of the family. One furry family member that is familiar to a lot of Associates here at BISSELL Headquarters is Poppy, a three-year-old Mountain Cur Husky Mix. Her mom, Kaitlyn, works as a Graphic Designer at BISSELL and takes advantage of our pet-friendly workplace policy. This policy allows Kaitlyn, and all Associates, to bring their dogs to work every day.
The time surrounding Fourth of July can be stressful for pets. Fireworks start going off every night on the days leading up to and after the big holiday. If you put yourself in your pet’s paws, can you blame them for being scared?
Dogs face weather-related risks in any season. One of the biggest risks dog owners face in the summer months is heatstroke. I call it one of the biggest because if you are not aware of it in time, it can be life-threatening for your dog.