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Bissell Crosswave All in One Wet Dry Vacuum Cleaner and Mop for Hard Floors and Area Rugs, 1785A, Green

Original price was: $257.49.Current price is: $219.48.

(10 customer reviews)
Last updated on June 1, 2024 1:40 am Details
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  • Vacuums And washes your floors at the same time; surface type: bare floors
  • Multi Surface Machine Cleans Both Sealed Hard Floors And Area Rugs. Power Rating 4.4 Amperes
  • Dual Action Multi Surface Brush Roll Uses An Innovative Microfiber And Nylon Brush To Mop And Pick Up Dry Debris At The Same Time
  • Two Tank System Keeps Cleaning Solution And Dirty Water Separate To Ensure That You’Re Always Cleaning With A Fresh Mix Of Water And Formula
  • Smart Touch Controls On The Handle Allow You To Easily Switch Between Cleaning Hard Floors And Area Rugs And Control Your Solution With An On Demand Solution Trigger
  • Capacity: 0.4
  • Power source type: Corded Electric

Specification: Bissell Crosswave All in One Wet Dry Vacuum Cleaner and Mop for Hard Floors and Area Rugs, 1785A, Green

Product Dimensions

10.5 x 12 x 46 inches

Item Weight

11.02 pounds


BISSELL Homecare, Inc.

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Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Specific Uses For Product

Floor and Rugs

Specification met

Certified frustration-free

Assembly Required


Warranty Description

2 years.

Batteries Required


Included Components


Import Designation


Photos: Bissell Crosswave All in One Wet Dry Vacuum Cleaner and Mop for Hard Floors and Area Rugs, 1785A, Green

10 reviews for Bissell Crosswave All in One Wet Dry Vacuum Cleaner and Mop for Hard Floors and Area Rugs, 1785A, Green

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  1. chiqitabanana

    Very happy with my purchase! It has made cleanup alot less stressful. Our entrance/kitchen/dining room has been a stressful ordeal to keep clean especially with a toddler who loves to get dirty outside then come tromping in all over the tile floors.

    We have quite a few pine needles that make their way inside as well and this machine has made cleanup a breeze!

    I have noticed it doesn’t quite get the edges and more stuck on stuff is going to need you to scrape it off with your hands still.

    The floor is dry just about instantly which is great for preventing slips and falls. Cleaning the machine is done on a few easy steps. I empty the dirty container into my toilet and flush it away as opposed to the kitchen sink.

    It does go through cleaning formula pretty quick, so that could add up, and if you want to use a different cleaning solution It voids the warranty fyi.

    The cleaning solution is a very light and pleasant smell.

    The floors have never looked or felt more clean, even my husband commented how nice the tile felt on his feet after I cleaned.

    Highly recommend this product!

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  2. Michael Bohdanowicz

    I own both the Crosswave and the Hoover Floormate Deluxe.

    The Floormate Deluxe is better at:

    TEXTURED TILE / GROUT – Slightly better at getting off caked on dry stains. The Crosswave doesn’t have the same pressure. If you have textured tile you will appreciate the extra stain cleaning power of the Floormate. The tile brush allows more pressure to be applied to the recesses of the tile and the lower grout lines. If you plan to use either floor cleaner for just textured tile the Floormate Deluxe is the cleaner to get. (or a rotary mop)

    The Crosswave is better at:

    FLAT SURFACES – Subway tile, hardwood floor, vinyl plank and laminate.

    LARGE DEBRIS – Pet hair, dog food, cheerios, animal crackers. – These get picked up on the first pass with the Crosswave. The hoover uses a squeegee to help lift the water off the floor so the pieces of food/dirt get pushed forward unless you tilt one side of the machine up. This gets real old after a while. Especially when you have 3000 ft^2 to clean.

    CLEANING (post floor cleaning) – Pet hair is harder to get out of the Floormate. I find myself trying to “fish” the dog hair out of the Floormate with my pinkies. If you don’t have time to completely clean the Floormate and the pet hair dries on the inside of the cleaning head… you are in for a treat. By comparison the Crosswave is a pleasure to clean. Sure you have to run it in a tray and pull out the roller head… but you have to do it with the Floormate as well if you want the product to last more than a year. Besides… the entire process takes maybe 30 seconds. There is Crosswave lazy… then there is unemployed bum lazy.

    SPEED – I can clean at least twice as fast with the Crosswave. It applies moisture more evenly to the floor surface and it leaves the floor dryer than the Floormate. The Floormate requires at least 2-3 passes of the same area. The first pass lays down the water and the brushes distribute the water. The second pass is the real cleaning pass that does the majority of the cleaning. The 3rd pass is solely to clean up the residual water from the 2nd pass. Even after you stop applying water to the floor it still takes a while for the water to stop dripping from the head of the cleaner. On the other hand, the Crosswave lets you perform a quick clean of the area. Foot marks on dark laminate or a quick touch up by the front door before company arrives seems less like a chore.

    When I just owned the Floormate I found myself mopping on weekends when we had were in a hurry to clean. We would use the Floormate for the “entire house” cleaning days. You can’t perform a “quick clean” with eh Floormate. I would say you are looking at 30 minutes per 500 ft^2 with the Floormate. Depending on how dirty your floors are you are looking at 10-30 minutes for the same area with the Crosswave.

    NO VACUUMING REQUIRED – We have two young children and a 200+ pound English Mastiff who sheds continuously. I can clean the floors with the Crosswave without having to sweep/vacuum first. This is a HUGE time saver. I would have to

    Both machines will remove caked on mustard and dried dog drool in a matter of seconds. If a stain doesn’t lift after a few passes, soak the area with the machine and keep going. Wait for the solution to soak for a minute or two then come back to the spot. If it still doesn’t come off the floor take a scrub brush to it. For a machine to remove anything more in the first pass would require such abrasion that the floor surface would be compromised over time.

    Both units are going to do a better job than a mop pushes the dirt into the recesses, these devices scrub and vacuum.

    My personal opinion is the Crosswave, despite its price , is a better overall floor cleaner. The hardwood floors look shinier when clean and they feel cleaner on your feet. The Crosswave ends up saving you a lot of time. It’s quite fast once you get the hang of it and it doesn’t require any floor prep before you use it (sweep/vacuum).

    If budget isn’t a concern go with the Crosswave, otherwise the Floormate is a damn good cleaner for the money.

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  3. Erika

    Haré una pequeña comparación que te servirá, si lo que deseas es invertir en limpieza de tu hogar,
    porque este producto no es nada económico para ser criticado asi…
    Yo tengo varios, por mencionar, Hoover floormate de luxe, bisell de vapor, roborock s5 max, roborock s6 turbo, pureclean y braava irobot,
    Hablemos de este bisell crosswave todo en 1, aunque es buena su calidad y diseño, no hay queja por eso, y que también es más ligera que la hoover floormate luxe, no deja de ser pesada y cansada; y si quiero trapear rápido prefiero otras opciones, en mi caso los robot como braava y/o el aspirador roborock s5 max o S6 Turbo, aunque más caros, han sido y son, sin duda alguna, la mejor opción e inversión, porque solo se programan, se les pone la mopa, y listo!… Ellos hacen la función de mantener pisos brillantes sin que te desgastes, yo los Amo! después de utilizarlos, este BISELL se te hace impractico y poco funcional,
    solo lo utilizo cuando me quiero cansar, o si quiero hacer la labor o trapeado más intenso… además mis robot entran hasta donde no te esperas y en lugares donde puedes sacar completa la pelusa… este bisell me gusto por su diseño y ser más ligero que la hoover, prefiero este… pero solo lo tengo de reserva y lo uso poco.. y en conclusión, hoy considero que su precio es sumamente costoso para su funcionalidad y practicidad y que es pesado
    Si haces el gasto, invierte más y te quitarás además de polvo, pelusa y suciedad, también dolores y cansancio, ahorrando mucho tiempo para otras cosas más importantes.. piénsalo!

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  4. Deb Riester

    Excellent idea. Worked fantastic on my polished floors. Built well. Well engineered. Was very happy for two months (about 15 hours of use over 60 days.)
    Has a FATAL flaw. The ball bearings on the impeller side of the motor are very susceptible to moisture damage. These bearings are not accessible for service or replacement (not an environmentally friendly situation) resulting in a hardly broken in $275.00 machine that will be headed to the junk yard. Yes I could have sent it back under warranty but here is the deal:
    I am a professional repairman by trade. The motor assembly is now junk because it can not be repaired (by design) , even by a professional. The complex and powerful motor unit is made of a very easy to break plastic that appears similar to Bakelite a thermo-setting phenol formaldehyde resin, formed from a condensation reaction of phenol with formaldehyde,” if it is Bakelite –
    again not environmentally friendly.”
    After finding the problem with my unit I quickly retracted my kudos to my friends and family about the unit. I am left with a pile of useless parts and not determined to repair this unit because the first bearing was destroyed with moisture in only 60 days.
    Wish the motor design were better. Could have lasted years in my opinion because it is well built. My suggestion – don’t buy.
    I would be surprised if the repair / return center isn’t full of these machines needing of motors.
    If Bissell reads this, feel free to contact me for details. Unless I hear of a product improvement involving the heart of this machine I will not buy another unit and will continue to warn friends not to waste money.

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  5. Jackie

    I saved up money and was super excited to order the crosswave. I have three pets and the thought of not having to sweep up before vacuuming was a dream to me! After having this product for a couple weeks now I can say the only thing positive about it is that it does do a good job vacuuming. Other than that it’s all downhill. It really doesn’t get a deep clean like I’ve seen on other steamers. It leaves dirty streaks all over even after going over the spot several times. If you have any kind of ledge say from kitchen to living room, it does a horrible job picking up dirt around it. Stuck on dirt? Expect to stand there for at least a minute putting some serious elbow grease into getting it out. When you’re done expect another 10 minutes at least taking apart and cleaning the machine after each use. Hair gets all up in there and not just in the tank. I have to go over it with Clorox wipes to get all the hair out. I feel extremely let down, especially with the high cost of this. See photos for streaks and dirt it was unable to pick up near a small ledge

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  6. S. Chambers

    I hate mopping floors, I’m the type that would rather clean a toilet with my bare hands than mop floors, but with this it’s easy and fast. Not to forget, the solution smells great. I don’t know how I’m going to express how much I love this mop. After reading another review I decided that this may just be my cleaning soul mate item. I have 2 cats, 1 long hair and 1 short hair, a doxie, toy poodle, 2 long hair adult women and an adult male who is in denial and a losing battle with male pattern baldness. You can imagine the hair that collects on the floors in a 2 floor 3 bed 2 1/2 bath home. (I even have those tub shroom thingies and every other day I remove a cousin IT from them) I don’t have dust bunnies when I sweep, I have extra furbabies.
    Hubby grabbed the CrossWave and put it together. Well, not really, he snapped the handle on and put the detergent cup on. ( A 5 year old could do it) He fired it up and oh my, it is a miracle machine. No need to spend 45 minutes to an hour sweeping corners and removing hair and so on. Just fill the tank and go. It even pulled those short annoying hairs from the grout in the kitchen and bath tiles. Another awesome product by Bissell. Now if they would only come up with a solution for loading and unloading the dishwasher.

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  7. Mary

    Wish i wouldn’t of purchased this floor cleaner. I have concrete heated floors and i needed something to help with every day cleaning. It leaves streaks and doesn’t seem like the scrub brush part even works. It’s just easier for me to get on my hands and knees with a rag and bucket. Such a disappointment.

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  8. Adil Essawi

    1 year of experience review:

    The Bissel cleaner markets itself as a device that replaces sweeping, mopping and vacuuming in one machine.

    Unlike a regular broom it can’t get into the corners or edges because of its plastic casing so I have to get out the broom anyways.

    It also struggles to Vacuum up fruit loops so the commercial is false advertising. When it comes to your carpet you need a vacuum that can do deep sucking and this just doesn’t compare to even a low end vacuum. So I have to get out my vacuum anyways.

    Unlike a regular mop it cannot apply more scrubbing pressure to a tough spot. It also won’t clean about 1.5 inches around your edges because of its design. So I need to get out my mop anyways.

    in order to get a good clean you’ll need your other equipment still. This definitely does not replace other cleaning tools and a year later I actually don’t use this Bissel cleaner anymore this is because I can’t rely on it to do a good job AND cleaning up the vacuum after is a real nuisance.

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  9. Cherish Vuyovich

    I am in the process of purchasing this for our business, as I’ve owned a Bissell Crosswave for almost 2 years. And honestly, I have to put to rest some of these issues people are complaining about. I LOVE my Crosswave. I have a house that is nothing but tile, 2800 sq ft, and let me tell you, I couldn’t live without it. I have noticed a couple of things that would produce some of the issues people complain about, but its not the fault of the crosswave.
    The streaky floor thing, people, if you’re getting streaky floors…you’re floor is super dirty. Yes. It is. Stop blaming the mop. If you swiffer…then yuck. All you’re doing with a swiffer is pushing dirt around and letting it harden on your floor. So nasty. You need to clean your floors, rinse the brush, and clean your floor again if you are one of the people getting streaks when you clean. Yes. I have only had this on a few occasions where a I had to clean a mess up. Usually powdery messes will cause this. And I did have streaky floors. But I went over it a couple of times and it finally all came up. If you have severely dirty floors, a dusty house, a lot of dirt, etc…yes…it’s going to take a quite a few cleanings to pull up the mess that has solidified itself to your floor. Duh. I have 3 dogs and 2 cats, 4 children and plants galore. Guess what? No streaky floors. I also clean my brushes regularly and after every session, I clean and rinse out the entire base which only takes a couple of minutes. The cleaning solution that you buy for it has worked really well, and also does a good job on a few of the rugs I have. When I first bought this, the water that I would dump from the bin was black…pure black. Now it’s a nice light gray. And it has stayed that way. Honestly, I don’t have any issues with this mop. If I had to be picky, I wish the dirty water tank held more…but then my whole house is tile so I understand that not everyone has the same situation.

    Bottom line is, there is not a single product out there that doesn’t have bad reviews. I’ve read most of these and really believe it is lack of knowledge. Whether its the condition of the home contributing to the results or even not knowing that each item does need to be securely placed in the mop, and cleaned after every session. I’ve bought one of these for my mom and sister, and both have fallen in love with the Crosswave. I also make sure to replace the filter every few months and have bought extra roller brushes so that when I’ve used one, I can throw it in the washing machine (cold, no bleach, no fabric softner, and air dry). So, I just really believe that if you take care of it, it will continue to produce great results. If you like mopping and only have a small area to clean, then this may not be for you. I can see where this would be a bit pricey for those in that category. But if you have pets, kids and do enough mopping that you dislike doing it, then I seriously encourage you to try this one out. Life changing!

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  10. Nicole Becerra

    Okay so I waited a couple of months to try this and then do a review I have to say this machine is awesome! I live in a fully tiled house in the desert with 6 big dogs. I clean about 2x a week and I’ve used this on carpet in our house too. The only problem I have is the solution you can buy from bissell I go through fast so I decided to try the Mr. Clean concentrated and all I do is two drops into the whole bottle of water. For the filter after I clean the house I rinse off the debris and soak it in water with dawn dish soap overnight then rinse and let air dry and no more smell to it and it looks brand new.

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    Bissell Crosswave All in One Wet Dry Vacuum Cleaner and Mop for Hard Floors and Area Rugs, 1785A, Green
    Bissell Crosswave All in One Wet Dry Vacuum Cleaner and Mop for Hard Floors and Area Rugs, 1785A, Green

    Original price was: $257.49.Current price is: $219.48.
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