My girls still manage to spill food on the kitchen floor. Like every meal. And, when I was pregnant, sweeping was fine, but bending down to sweep into the dust pan? Not an option.
I was sent the Bissell Perfect Sweet Turbo Sweeper to test out and the timing was perfect. Out of the box, I just had to attach the handle, and let it charge overnight.
The next day, it was good to go. I made a point of leaving the kitchen floor dirty so I could test out the sweeper.
It did a super quick and easy job. It got all of the good up (and it says it’s good for things from cereal to lego toys). I didn’t have to bend down to pick anything up and my floor was clean. The charge is supposed to last an hour, but I’m certain I’ve used it for longer than an hour and it’s still going strong. I was only slightly grossed out at everything that was on our floor.
And, it’s so light weight and easy to maneuver, that my three year old can help “sweep” the floor for us, too. And unlike a vacuum cleaner, they can push it and it stays on the floor.
The only issue I had is there are some little spinner brushes that are supposed to help get stuff out of corners. These little brushes didn’t always spin so I sometimes had to get at it just in the right angle to get things out of the corners.
Overall, it’s very easy to use, and super easy to empty the little catching compartment.
Powerful, battery-powered sweeper brush with up to 60 minutes of cordless cleaning time
- Edge brushes for cleaning along baseboards and in corners
- Up to 60 minutes of cordless cleaning time
- 7.2 volts of power
- Easy-to-remove, top loading dirt container
- Safe on carpet, rugs and hard floors
- Perfect for in-between cleanings
- Retails for $39.99
I was sent the sweeper to review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I received no compensation for this post.