BISSELL JetScrub Pet vs CrossWave: Comparison

 

For both general cleaning and pet related cleaning, there are a few different types of cleaning machines on the market.

Two of those include carpet cleaners, and also wet dry vacs.

In this guide, we compare the BISSELL JetScrub Pet vs the BISSELL CrossWave.

We look at the main features of each model, and also why you might or might not get each of them.

Let’s take a look!

 

(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 JetScrub Pet vs CrossWave

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing these cleaners here:

 

JetScrub Pet

 

BISSELL CrossWave

 

BISSELL JetScrub Pet vs CrossWave: Main Differences, & Which To Get?

Firstly, these two cleaners are two different types of machines.

The BISSELL JetScrub is an upright electric carpet cleaner, whilst the BISSELL CrossWave models come as both corded, and also cordless wet dry vacs.

Each of these machines functions and cleans in a slightly different way.

So, decide which of these types of cleaning machines you want first.

 

Secondly, and beyond that major difference, a more detailed summary of what each model is, and a few differences are:

 

JetScrub Pet

The JetScrub Pet is mainly designed for cleaning mainly carpets and rugs.

It has an XL Dirt Lifter Power Brush that includes 10 rows of bristles.

It is lighter weight than the 2X Revolution Pet Pro Carpet Cleaner (13.7lbs compared to 18lbs), has a smaller water tank capacity (half a gallon, compared to a full gallon), and can’t be used for above floor cleaning.

Having said that, it has a collapsible handle, electronic fingertip controls, and LED lights – none of which the other BISSELL upright carpet cleaners have (the TurboClean does have a collapsible handle though).

Similar to the 2X Revolution Pet Pro, the JetScrub does have an express cleaning mode for cleaning in 30 minutes.

 

BISSELL CrossWave

The CrossWave has the CrossWave, CrossWave Pet, & CrossWave Cordless Max models available.

The CrossWave machines are designed as 2 in 1 wet dry vac machines i.e. they can wet mop dry mess, and also pick up other mess with vacuum suction.

They are for hard sealed floors, and area rugs.

The CrossWaves can’t be used for above floor level cleaning with a hose and cleaning tools.

The CrossWave does have a cordless model available, which the JetScrub doesn’t. 

The CrossWave Pet in particular comes with a brush designed to deal with pet hair, a pet hair strainer

The CrossWave overall is perhaps one of the best wet dry vacs on the market for pets

 

Overall

In terms of Wet Dry Vacs for hard sealed floors and area rugs, the CrossWave is a good model to look at.

For upright carpet cleaners, you may want to look at other models like the BISSELL 2X Revolution Pet Pro or the HOOVER SmartWash first.

 

BISSELL JetScrub Pet vs CrossWave: Main Features

We’ve previously listed the features of each of these models in other guides – BISSELL Upright Carpet Cleaners Comparison, and BISSELL CrossWave Comparison.

But, as a summary:

 

JetScrub Pet

A carpet cleaner for carpets and area rugs only – not for above floor level cleaning

Uses an XL Dirt Lifter Power Brush that includes 10 rows of bristles

Has an express cleaning mode (for cleaning in 30 mins)

Lightweight – weighs around 13 to 14 lbs

Has a half gallon water tank capacity

Does not have HeatWave technology

Has a removable brushroll cover

Uses a Cleanshot Pretreater

Has LED headlights and electronic fingertip controls

Has a 5 year limited warranty

 

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

 

* Note that things such as warranties, inclusions, and features of cleaning machines can change over time, so, make sure to confirm them prior to buying.

 

Best Carpet Cleaners, & Wet Dry Vacs For Pets

If you want to see what other options are available other than the cleaners listed above, we’ve put together these ‘best of’ guides:

Best Carpet Cleaners For Pets

Best Wet Dry Vacs For Pets

 

 

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