There’s a few different models of powered floor and surface cleaner machines on the market.
We are interested in them not only for their ability to handle general cleaning, but also pet related cleaning.
We look at what they offer, their main differences, and who they might be for.
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)
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Shark VacMop Pro Cordless vs BISSELL PowerFresh vs Symphony vs SpinWave: Comparison
If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing these cleaning machines here:
- BISSELL PowerFresh Steam Mop (on Amazon)
- BISSELL PowerFresh Pet (on Amazon)
- BISSELL PowerFresh Slim (on Amazon)
- BISSELL PowerFresh Deluxe (on Amazon)
- BISSELL PowerFresh Lift Off (on Amazon)
- BISSELL Symphony Pet Steam Mop and Steam Vacuum Cleaner (on Amazon)
- BISSELL All In One Pet Vacuum, Steam Mop & Multi Purpose Mop (on Chewy)
- BISSELL Symphony Vac and Steam 2 in 1 Vacuum and Steam Mop (on Amazon)
Shark VacMop Pro Cordless vs BISSELL PowerFresh vs Symphony vs SpinWave: Main Differences, & Which To Get?
There’s two aspects to understand with these cleaning machines:
– the type of cleaning machines they are
– their individual main features, and what they are each used for
Type Of Cleaning Machine
The Shark VacMop is a 2 in 1 vacuum and mop cleaner
The PowerFresh models are steam mop cleaners and steamers.
The Symphony models are 2 in 1 vacuums and steam mops
The SpinWave models are hard floor powered mop cleaners
Individual Features & Uses
The Shark VacMop is a cordless machine, that uses disposable pads. It is lightweight, affordable, and can be used for vacuuming several surfaces, and light mop cleaning with a cleaning solution mainly on hard sealed floor surfaces.
There’s several PowerFresh models – the PowerFresh, Pet, Slim, Deluxe and Lift Off.
The PowerFresh Models are steam mops that are used for sanitizing sealed hard floors such as Hardwood, Ceramic, Linoleum, Granite, and Marble.
There’s two Symphony models – the Symphony, and the Symphony Pet.
The Symphony models are for sealed floor surfaces like hardwood, ceramic, granite and linoleum. The steaming function is for sanitizing germs and bacteria, and the vacuum function is for picking up debris, hair and dirt.
There’s several SpinWave models – the SpinWave, SpinWave Plus, and SpinWave Cordless.
The SpinWave models are for cleaning hard sealed floors.
Which To Get?
Which machine you would get would depend on the type of machine you want, the cleaning tasks you want to perform, and the type of surface you want to clean.
It’s worth noting:
Shark VacMop Pro Cordless vs BISSELL PowerFresh vs Symphony vs SpinWave: Main Features
We’ve outlined the main features of each model in the guides below:
Other Shark VacMop Comparisons
Top Rated Cleaning Machines For Pets
If you don’t think these BISSELL and Shark models are right for you, or you want more options, look at these ‘top rated’ guides for different cleaning machine types here:
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