Bissell CrossWave Pet Pro 2306A
|Tank Capacity||0.18 gal|
|Cord Length||25 ft|
|Product Height||12 in|
|Product Length||46 in|
|Product Width||10.5 in|
During our thorough research, we have read hundreds of reviews from real buyers. This is what most people think of Bissell CrossWave Pet Pro 2306A:
5 reasons to buy
- Most buyers agree that this vacuum is very easy to use due to the way it’s designed, which makes it quick and light to handle.
- According to several users, the Bissell CrossWave Pet Pro 2306A works well on both tiles, hardwood floors, and carpets.
- Some users also think the vacuum is easy to assemble and get started with.
- The vacuum works well when using it as a dry vacuum, which means it might be able to replace the ordinary vacuum cleaner.
- Most users like the versatility of this wet/dry vacuum, and some even replaced their regular vacuum and floor mop with it.
5 reasons not to buy
- While this wet/dry vacuum is indeed targeted against pet owners, some users had issues with it clogging. This means they have to manually remove balls of hair and dust.
- Some buyers had issues with the rotating brush leaving a puddle underneath it after use, due to the amount of water it holds. According to some users, the water isn’t sucked away, which causes it to start dripping after use.
- Some users also had issues with the wet/dry vacuum leaving streaks of dirty water across the floor, if the water wasn’t changed and the brush cleansed multiple times through the process.
- The emptying/cleaning process of the combined dirt- and water collector can be challenging and messy. Some users mentioned that hair, dust, dirt, and anything else picked up during use, is nestled at the bottom of the tank, meaning you’ll have to either pick it up by hand, or rinse it out using a shower head or water hose.
- Some buyers think the durability isn’t sufficient, as some had parts breaking after just a few months of normal use.
The Bissell CrossWave Pet Pro 2306A is clearly aimed towards pet owners, and many buyers like it for its simplicity and ease of use. Most buyers like how quick and easy it is to handle on a daily basis, and according to many users it works well on multiple floor types. With its built-in cleanwater tank it’s highly versatile too, making it a great choice for those who want more than one type of equipment in one machine. It works well for both dry and wet vacuuming, and when adding the formula to the cleanwater, it cleans the floors as well. However, a few users mentioned its tendency to clog, causing hair to build up and having to be pulled out manually from time to time. Some also mentioned the brush holding a lot of water, which causes it to drip on the floor after use. There’s only one tank for both the wet and dry contents, which means dust, hair, dirt, etc. collects at the bottom, and has to be picked out by hand, when emptying the tank. All in all, this little wet/dry vacuum seems like a nice choice for those in need of a versatile little machine, as it seems to do well in smaller households. For those with large and/or demanding households, there are most likely a few other models worth considering over this one.