The Bissell Natural Sweep™ Dual Brush Sweeper is one of our favorite ways to clean without power. 2 heavy duty brushes are driven by motion which sweeps up the dirt and debris off of your floors and carpet. Twin dirt pans make it easy to empty with virtually no mess and no bags or filters to replace. Bissell carpet sweepers make virtually no noise and have to cords or batteries so its always ready to use when you are. The Dual Brushes sweep towards each other for effective pick-up in the forward and backwards motion. Lifetime Warranty BISSELL Inc., upon receipt of this unit, will repair or replace free of charge any part which is defective or malfunctions provided that it is used for personal and not for commercial or rental service.
What makes the BISSELL Natural Sweep so convenient? Natural Sweep offers you a quick way to clean everyday messes such as cereal, dirt, crumbs and pet hair. It is a lightweight cleaning tool that is easy to maneuver and its handle lies flat for those hard-to-reach places under furniture. The Natural Sweep is compact and easy to store.
What makes BISSELL Natural Sweep earth-friendly? A motor-free cleaning machine, the Natural Sweep does not require electricity or batteries for power sources. There are no wasteful disposable cloths or pads to buy. It contains parts that are 100% recycled plastic and is PVC-free. The outer packaging contains recycled cardboard and is also recyclable.
Motion powered dual brush.
10" cleaning path.
No batteries or cord.
Twin chamber bagless receptacle.
No filters or replaceable bags.
Earth friendly - no wasteful disposable products, contains parts that are 100% recycled plastic and PVC-free
No tools required for assembly.
The weight of the sweeper only is 4.4 pounds.
Brush cleaning Comb
How do I assemble my BISSELL Natural Sweep? 1. Lay four handle sections out in a line with the handle grip at the top and the threaded hole at the bottom. Fit smaller tapered end of section into larger end of the next one and push together for a snug fit. 2. With pieces assembled, strike down on a hard surface to secure. Use a book or magazine to protect surface 3. Attach the assembled handle to the sweeper by screwing all the way down onto the threaded end. Failure to do this may cause the bail to break. 4. Snap brush comb on handle.