BISSELL Crosswave vs Pet Pro vs Cordless Max: Comparison, & Reviews

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There’s several brands and models to choose from for wet dry vacs – for both general mess, and pet mess.

One of these brands is BISSELL, and we’ve put together a guide of a few of their more popular wet dry vac models.

We’ve listed the main features, differences and similarities of the Crosswave, Crosswave Pet Pro, Crosswave Cordless Max models.

Let’s take a look at them!

 

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

BISSELL Crosswave vs Crosswave Pet Pro vs Cordless Max

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Bissell Crosswave vs Pet Pro vs Cordless Max: Which One To Get?

The Cordless Max is obviously the cordless models, whereas the Crosswave and Crosswave Pet Pro are corded models.

So, get the Cordless Max if you don’t want to deal with a cord during your cleaning.

You may pay more for the cordless model though depending on who you buy from.

 

In terms of the Crosswave and Crosswave Pet Pro …

It sounds obvious to say, but you’d want to get the Pet Pro if you have pets and you are dealing with hair and pet mess.

It comes with a brush roll designed to deal with pet hair, a pet hair strainer for the tank and pet cleaning formula for pet mess.

If you don’t have pets or you aren’t dealing with pet hair, the regular Crosswave is a better choice.

Having said that, it’s worth comparing both cleaning machines against the value of getting separate vacuum and cleaner machines, as these wet/dry vacs are more light to medium duty machines.

If you want deep cleaning, you may look at a specifically designed deep clean machine like the Big Green or Rug Doctor X3.

 

Bissell Crosswave vs Pet Pro vs Cordless Max: Differences

A few of the differences specific to the Cordless Max are that it is battery operated (doesn’t use a cord), it has a self cleaning clean out cycle (as opposed to manual like the other two models), and it’s Wi-Fi enabled (the other models aren’t). 

It may also have a slightly thinner cleaning width than the other two models (10.5 inches vs 12 inches)

It also has improved edge cleaning for base boards to pick up pet hair compared to the other two models

 

In terms of the Crosswave and Crosswave Pet Pro …

The Pet Pro work with a Multi-Surface Pet Brush Roll, whereas the regular Crosswave works with a Dual Action Brush Roll.

The Pet Brush is designed to minimise pet hair wrap on the brush when it is turning/rotating

The Pet Pro works at 3000RPM, whereas the regular Crosswave works at 3500RPM

The Pet Pro has a 3 year limited warranty, whereas the regular Crosswave has a limited 2 year limited warranty

They each come in different colors

The Pet Pro comes with a pet strainer for separating out pet hair in the dirty tank collection container

The Pet Pro works with Pet Cleaning Formula/Solution, whereas the regular Crosswave works with the regular cleaning formula

 

Bissell Crosswave vs Pet Pro vs Cordless Max: Similarities

All are wet/dry vacs that suction and wash the floor with a cleaning solution at the same time

All are multi surface cleaners that can be used on hard surfaces and area rugs

All weighs around 11.5 lbs

All have two tank technology

All come with trial cleaning formulas

Crosswave and Crosswave Pet Pro both have fingertip controls that allow you to switch from hard to soft surface cleaning

Crosswave and Crosswave Pet Pro both are corded/electric machines with a 25 foot power cord

Crosswave and Crosswave Pet Pro both have the following tank capacities – Water Tank – 28 oz. | Dirt Tank – up to 14.5 oz

Crosswave and Crosswave Pet Pro both have a power rating of 4.4 Amps

Crosswave and Crosswave Pet Pro both have a cleaning path width of 12 inches

Crosswave and Crosswave Pet Pro both have swivel heads for more manoeuvrability while cleaning

 

Bissell Crosswave Pet Pro vs Bissell Crosswave: Features

Crosswave

Vacuums and washes

Can be used on sealed floors, and area rugs

Uses clean, and dirty tank two tank technology

Uses a dual action brush roll

Uses smart touch controls to control the cleaning modes

Has a 25 foot cord

Has manual clean out mode

Isn’t WIFI enabled

Weighs 11.5 lbs

4.4 Amps

Rotates at 3000 RPM

 

Crosswave Pet Pro

Vacuums and washes

Can be used on sealed floors, and area rugs

Uses clean, and dirty tank two tank technology

Uses a multi surface pet brush roll – supposed to be tangle free

Comes with a pet hair strainer

Uses smart touch controls to control the cleaning modes

Water tank capacity is 28 ounces and dirt tank capacity is up to 14.5 ounce

Has a 25 foot cord

Has manual clean out mode

Isn’t WIFI enabled

Weighs 11.5 lbs

4.4 Amps

Comes with PET Multi-Surface Formula

Comes with Two Tangle-Free Brush Rolls, two 8 oz. PET Multi-Surface with Febreze Formulas, and a Docking Tray

 

Crosswave Cordless Max

Vacuums and washes at the same time

Can be used on sealed floors, and area rugs

Uses clean, and dirty tank two tank technology

Is battery operated and cord free

Operates with up to 30 minutes of cordless cleaning power with a 36V lithium ion battery

Has improved edge cleaning to easily pick-up pet hair that gathers along baseboards and in corners of your home

Has cleaning width of 10.5 inch

Has a 3-in-1 Docking Station

Has a self cleaning auto clean out mode

Is WIFI enabled to connect to phone app

Weighs 11.5lbs

Comes with you selection of cleaning formula

 

Best Wet Dry Vacs For Pets

In this guide we list what might be some of the best rated wet dry vacs for pets.

 

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