BISSELL revealed the BARKBATH Dual Use Portable Grooming System, the latest and quietest member in its line of dog bathing systems. 


To help pet parents with at-home grooming, the product can convert from a grooming machine into a portable deep-cleaner by switching-out the shampoo tank and bathing tool with a carpet cleaning formula and suction tool to remove accidents, dirt and spills.


The self-contained device offers three customizable spray nozzles to choose from based on fur or hair length, designed to get down to the skin. The spray nozzles allows water and shampoo to wash the coat clean, while a soft suction pulls dirt and water into a separate "dirty" water tank. The unit also features three customizable grooming clips based on fur type, to brush a dog’s coat while cleaning. 


In addition, the complete dual-use 2-in-1 system includes a sound dampening mat, a microfiber towel for the face and paws, a 20 oz. bottle of BISSELL Oatmeal No-Rinse Dog Shampoo, a storage bag and more. It also offers cleaning products, including a 3 in. deep cleaning carpet and upholstery tool and an 8 oz. bottle of SpotClean 2X Pet Stain & Odor Deep Cleaning Solution for home furnishings. 


“This portable, all-encompassing system is the best way to wash your dog anywhere and at any time, all while barely making a mess," said Stacy Silk, senior brand manager for BISSELL. "Plus, it can be used to clean up any messes that your dog or other family members may leave behind on carpets, rugs and upholstery.” 


The eco-friendly BARKBATH Dual Use will begin shipping nationwide in December. 


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