Bissell CrossWave HF3 3598F

Bissell CrossWave HF3 3598F

 VerifiedMPNs:19581, 3598F and 847556
4.0

3 reviews · Statistics

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Product is used
  • Several times a week (3)
Pet OwnerYes (3) · No (0)
Build Quality
4.3 (3)
Value for Money
4.7 (3)
Ease of Use
4.3 (3)
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.0 (3)
Noise Level
2.7 (3)
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Reviews

3 reviews
Mel
Mel11 posts
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2 in one floor cleaner does the job!

Vacuum cleaner and mop in one. Gotta love a machine that cuts your cleaning time in half
I use this with ease on my 3 bedroom one bathroom house with floorboards. the tank needs to be filled twice. The waste tank needs to be emptied twice. It takes a special cleaning liquid mixed with water. I buy the solution when on sale.
Being cordless you don’t have to drag around a cord. Battery lasts for the whole house. It’s quick to recharge too.
It’s fiddly to clean the parts. But I can see how much dirt it pulls out of the boards. Show details
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GSXR1000R
GSXR1000RNSWSydney, NSW6 posts
 

Used on the hybrid flooring ok and clean

I have a friend used tineco s3 and i have tried s3 as well. I found the fucntion less complicated than tineco s3 (fancy lcd) and price point is cheaper than tineco s3. HF3 clean the floor as well as the s3, can't tell the different and HF3 clean well. Once finished mopping the floor, clean out the dirty dush/hair/debris from the roller, empty dirty watertank , fill up clean water tank, run 4 x self-clean (good and clean for the roller), take out all the part and rise with clean water and let it dry, dry time for roller can be longer as it thick fibre.
The only down side for now, Bissell haven't respond my email over 2 weeks about purchasing a new extra roller for my HF3, and I couldn't find the roller on the market for the HF3. Show details
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Peta
PetaQLDFar North Queensland, QLD35 posts
 

Much better than the Bissell crosswave pet pro

After having to replace my corded Bissell crosswave pet pro under warranty as it stopped working to the hf3 model o am impressed. The battery life was long enough to do my entire house. The only down side is you have to vacuum first for best results. And even the minimal collecting of debris gets caught up at the back of the roller. Even on cleaning cycle there is still a small amount of dirt and fur . Other than that a much improved model from Bissell Show details
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Questions & Answers

Dom
Dom

I have recently purchased a Bissell CrossWave HF3 3598F & would like to know can it be kept on charge all the time. Also if I use it to just do a small area daily e.g. kitchen floor, does the roller need to be removed & dried before each use & what else if anything needs to be done.

GSXR1000R
GSXR1000R  

Once fully charge, take out or turn off power switch, this way keep the battery last longer and slow degradation over the period of time (google it). See my review above for step I found most efficient.

Details

CategorySteam Mops & Hard Floor Cleaners and Upright Vacuum Cleaners
Price (RRP) $549
Handheld OptionNo
Water Tank Capacity0.52 L
Running Time 25 min
Weight3.99 kg
Bin Capacity0.42 L
Attachments 1 Hard Floor Brush Roll and Extra Filter
Manufacturer Warranty2 year(s)
ManualDownload manual
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  • MPN: 19581, 3598F and 847556

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