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BISSELL Premieres Symphony™ All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop, the Innovative Hard-Floor Cleaner That Vacuums and Steams at the Same Time

Latest BISSELL product makes its U.S. Debut for HSN customers Feb. 16

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Feb. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --  BISSELL Homecare Inc. will introduce its latest innovation, the BISSELL Symphony™ All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop, this weekend with leading lifestyle and entertainment retailer HSN. With the new BISSELL Symphony, consumers can say goodbye to their old cleaning routine and say hello to a revolutionary way to achieve a barefoot clean in just one step, without sacrificing time or performance.  

The BISSELL Symphony All-in-One Vacuum and Steam Mop will be available Sunday, Feb. 16 on HSN.

What used to take multiple steps (and several floor cleaning products) to achieve clean floors BISSELL made possible in just one step with Symphony. With the touch of a button, Symphony's cyclonic action vacuum captures dry debris while the steam mop clears away sticky messes, all in one pass. And at only 10.5 pounds, Symphony is easy to move from room to room to clean messes anywhere in the home.

With the power of steam, Symphony can eliminate up to 99.9 percent of germs and bacteria*, removing the need for chemicals, while the BISSELL microfiber mop pads with Microban® antimicrobial protection help to protect against odor-causing bacteria to keep the mop pad fresher longer. And after cleaning, the Quick-Release Mop Pad Tray™ snaps off to easily remove the mop pad for washing, while the adjustable handle collapses for easy, compact storage.

The BISSELL Symphony will debut across all of leading entertainment and lifestyle retailer HSN's (www.HSN.com) platforms, including TV, online and mobile, on Feb. 16 during a special preview. Viewers will be able to watch the Symphony in action as it tackles a variety of messes. From dry debris, like dirt and crumbs, to sticky spills like juice and jam, the Symphony handles them all – no broom or mop required. 

About BISSELL Homecare, Inc. 
For 138 years and counting, Michigan-based BISSELL Homecare Inc. has developed innovative floor care solutions that make cleaning easier. As the top-selling brand in floor care appliances**, BISSELL understands that fuller lives often mean more messes, and that convenient cleaning tools help us embrace life's messier moments. Now in its fourth generation of family leadership, the company supplies households across the globe with vacuums, sweepers, deep-cleaning machines, hard floor cleaners and cleaning formulas. For more on the BISSELL complete line of floor care products, visit www.bissell.com.

*When used as directed. Results may vary. Tested under controlled laboratory conditions.
**Based on NPD unit sales.

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