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BISSELL - SpinWave Powered Hard Floor Mop - White/Titanium/Green

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Get your floors sparkling clean with this Bissell Spinwave powered mop. It’s made for sealed hard surfaces, and it uses washable cleaning pads that can be customized according to the type of flooring and level of cleansing the job requires. This Bissell Spinwave powered mop swivels to let you access hard-to-reach places.
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    Overview

    What's Included


    • 2 Scrubby Pads
    • 2 Soft Touch Pads
    • BISSELL SpinWave Powered Hard Floor Mop
    • Multi-Surface formula

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (292 out of 310)

    Features


    Powered mop for hard floors

    One solution for all your cleaning needs: from everyday quick cleanups to whole-room deep cleaning.

    Two sets of washable Power Spin Pads

    Includes Soft Touch Pads for everyday cleaning and delicate floors and Scrubby Pads for tough, sticky mess.

    Multi-Surface formula

    Cleans tile, laminate, linoleum, and sealed hardwood floors.

    Spray trigger

    Lets you control the amount of solution that goes on your floors.

    14' cleaning path width

    Allows you to cover a wide expanse of flooring with each pass to help expedite the cleaning process.

    Swivel steering

    Allows you to easily maneuver across your floors.

    22-foot power cord

    Lets you clean a large area before having to change outlets.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 310 reviews

    95%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Cleans well, tough in tight corners and leaks

      Posted
      JoeBlow25
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      Overall, we like the this powered mop. It cleans much better than our non-powered spray mop, but it has a few problems that keep it from completely replacing it. First the good stuff: When it is plugged in and powered on the mop is very easy to move across the floor, it almost feels like it is hovering thanks to the spinning motion of the pads. Most importantly, it cleans very well. We have only used the included multi-surface cleaner so far and have not tried the hardwood floor cleaner that you can purchase separately yet. We have solid maple hardwood floors with a medium color stain and have had some problems getting them completely streak free with our standard spray mop and microfiber pad. With the Bissell Spin Wave, not a single streak left behind. Previously, we could only get the floors this clean if we were on our hands and knees, so the mop will definitely save use considerable cleaning effort in the future. The mop also has a small footprint and stored easily in our broom closet where we also keep our central vacuum cleaner hose and accessories. Now for the things we didn't like so much. Because the pads are round, you cannot get right into the corners of your floor. Also, the size of the head makes it difficult to get in the tight places in our home where our spray mop can easily reach. The spray mop is also cordless which makes it easier to maneuver as well. The other big issue we are having is that our mop leaks! The leak isn't huge, just a few drips here and there. We found videos on-line suggesting that the cleaning solution bottle cap may not be tightened enough or may be damaged, but after checking all this and making sure we heard a good click when we place the bottle in the mop, it still leaks. So for now, we just keep the bottle out of the mop when we store it and we have an old towel under the mop as well so it doesn't drip all over broom closet floor. So I think our non-powered spray mop will still be our go to for our weekly floor washing, but the Bissell Spinwave will come in handy for those times we really need to get the floor looking it's best, and will save us from having to be on our hands and knees to do so.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Its like playing bumper cars with a MOP!

      Posted
      MarkusKong
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      Bissell SpinWave Quick Features on the Product Powered Hard Floor Mop Safe for all Sealed Hard Floors On Demand Spray Removable Cleaning Solution Tank Swivel Steering What's in the box? Bissell SpinWave Soft Touch Pad x2 (washable) Powerful Scrubbing Pad x2 (washable) Multi-surface Cleaning Formula Sample x2 Registration Card (2 year limited warranty) User Guide Setup/Testing/Conclusion First off let me say, the setup was really easy and self explanatory (you basically just snap the handle into place). The fill tank has indication marks for water and solution. Not only does it have indications, it also gives you the option of needing to clean a lot of space or just minimal space. Once you fill it up with warm tap water and the solution; you’re ready to go! The SpinWave comes with 2 regular soft touch pads and 2 powerful scrubbing pads for your tough messes. With the minimal fill, I was able to clean my kitchen, the landing at the front door, and the bathroom. My apartment is approximately 1050 square feet. First off, the cleaning of the kitchen and landing were wonderful! Once you power on the SpinWave, it literally just glides across your floor (effortless!). It kinda felt like playing bumper cars with a mop.... Except you weren’t bumping cars and instead bumping everything else in your house; I mean it in a very fun way by the way. After you’re done cleaning, the area smells clean thanks to the cleaning formula that Bissell crafted. Now here comes the con… Of course right? My issue was when I cleaned the bathroom. Now, it may be because the bathroom has the most dust since we have the window open all the time. But normally when I clean with a Swifter Sweeper (wet); it picks up majority of the dust. For the SpinWave, it looked as if it just kind of clumped the dust up into little balls and spun it everywhere. So after using the SpinWave, I had to use a wet solution and paper towels to clean up the dust balls; an extra step basically. But like I said, it could’ve been because my bathroom is more dusty than everywhere else. But I was hoping it would’ve caught the dust though instead of spinning it around and shooting it everywhere. Cleaning up was extremely simple. You just empty the tank (if you have any leftover solution) and remove the pads. You can then throw the pads into your laundry machine to wash. In conclusion, I thoroughly enjoyed the SpinWave. For the most part, it did a fantastic job. My floors feel really clean now (even with the dust situation in the bathroom). Would I recommend it? I would consider it if you’re shopping around and don’t want to use the traditional mop or a Swifter Sweeper. It was honestly enjoyable and kinda fun; I think my mother would really enjoy the SpinWave because the way it glides effortlessly throughout the floor.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Makes floor cleaning almost fun!

      Posted
      TechMatcher
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      Well – I just received my Bissell SpinWave Hard Floor Cleaner and I had purposely been leaving my floor alone so I could try it out and write a review! I’m happy to report that it went together with a single click of the handle and I cleaned the whole hardwood floor (kitchen, formal dining room, front vestibule, bathroom, hallway and informal dining room) in no time! The cleaner comes with 4 pads (one soft set and one scrubby pad for messes), 2 small bottles of multi-surface cleaner, and the instruction booklet. I’ll admit that I was a bit confused that you didn’t have to take the pads off during the cleaning cycle and rinse them out like rinsing/wringing a mop. I suppose you could if you were tackling some bigger messes, but my job was more of a polish than a clean. I left them on for the whole job and they worked good. I normally use Bona products on my wood floors so I was somewhat skeptical on how they would turn out. Would they be streaky? I had just vacuumed the carpets and floors on the main level, so I was ready to go. (I would definitely recommend sweeping or vacuuming your floors first so no bits of sand or dirt get caught in the cleaning pads and possibly scratch the floor). I mixed up a small amount of the multi-surface solution in the clean water container and started cleaning. During the process, I could see wet rings from where I had cleaned, so I went over them again and tried to smooth them out as I figured they would dry like that - but I never got them to go away completely. You can kind of see them in the picture attached. As the floor dried though – they disappeared! Awesome! No streaks! Speaking of drying – the floor did dry quite fast – so I didn’t have to keep the kids and animals off it for more than 10 minutes! Operation for me was a breeze – as I have strong arms (yes I’m a guy). The cleaner easily fits under the kitchen cabinet toe-kick, easily glides under furniture, but be careful around carpets as it’s a little tricky to run along the edge of the carpet transition. As for cons – well I don’t have that many! Perhaps they could include a couple of bottles of the Hardwood Floor cleaner like they did the Multi-Surface Solution. I did notice that there are 2 fill lines on the tank (one for small jobs and one for larger jobs). I used the small job markings, and still had more than enough left in the tank when I had finished – so maybe even a smaller job marking would be appropriate. Overall – I’m very happy with this cleaner. It’s always such a hassle to mop the floor and using this cleaner makes it more fun!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Quiet, fast scrubber for a clean beyond mopping

      Posted
      daytonadan
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      The SpinWave powered hard floor mop is a handy device to have around if you want to a go beyond simple mopping. Two large counter rotating heads do more than just wipe down the floor, They scrub it and will get it cleaner than a mop alone. Arguably cleaner even than a steam mop. It's well designed, Very easy to assemble (just click the two handle pieces together) and very lightweight. The cleaning solution bottle pops off with a small pull and clicks back in just as easy once you mix the cleaner (two bottles of concentrate included) with water. The power mop stands up on its own with the handle is in up and locked position, a plus. But the power cord is a bit on the short side so be prepared to unplug and move it whatever room you are cleaning. You get two different scrub pads. An all-soft one for wood floors, and a second set with more heavy duty scrubbers for tile and laminate. Just two buttons, power and spray, are the only controls and are easy to reach at the top of the handle. Once you you hit the power switch (prepare to be amazed at how quiet it is) and spray a little solution, the power mop glides easily over the floor. Very little effort is required although you do have to pay attention to steering since bumping up against a wall or furniture will send it flying. The power mop uses swivel steering, which can be handy when maneuvering around furniture. I found the power mop will pick up most regular dirt and small stains with no issue but still won't scrub away the really tough stuck-on ones. A little hand scrubbing with elbow grease still required for that. But this gizmo will probably deal with 99 percent of what you want it to do. The cleaning solution works quite well, dries fast and does not leave any sticky residue. But does leave a bit of a film on very shiny surfaces. That's unavoidable with almost any kind of mop so no big demerits for that. I was a little worried about using it on my prefinished wood floor since it is not totally sealed. But it works fine using very little cleaning solution (you decide how much) so there is not much concern about a lot of moisture getting in between the cracks. In fact, the power mop gets by on much less water than any other kind of mop (except perhaps a steam mop). Once the heads are damp, you don't really need to add much more solution except to add cleaning power. Be aware a little solution goes a long way so start with the "small area" mix levels on the bottle. Like most mops of this type, you have to remove the pads and throw them in the washing machine after each use if you want to start clean each time. But they are well made and appear they will last a while. In the end, you get a lot of extra cleaning power with very little effort, which is what a power mop should be all about. I recommend this one.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Product

      Posted
      BenisJ
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      The Bissell SpinWave is great. No other description is really needed. With two different sets of washing pads (one terry cloth, one terry with scratchy scrubby fabric woven in), you can pick the right pads for the job. The SpinWave is fairly weighted well enough to keep solid contact with the floor. It is also relatively easy to control. The solution sprays out an even, appropriate amount of solution with the push of a button on the handle. (Only complaint about the solution spray button is that it is right next to the on/off button and I found myself shutting the SpinWave off multiple times during my first use.) The pads absorb a fair amount of dirt and liquid. They was clean in the washing machine and trap dirt and hair well, but you still need to dry sweep the floors before using the SpinWave otherwise hard particles of dirt or dust bunnies will just get flung around on your floor by the spinning pads. The only thing that would make the SpinWave better would be a suction or beater brush function to suck up particles of dirt that don't stick to the pads. The floor dried in a reasonable amount of time--about as long as a sponge mop or washing by hand with a bucket. I found the solution container to store an adequate amount of solution to get the job done. We also let the SpinWave sit overnight with the solution bottle full, to test if it leaks or not. Ours did not, so if you forget to empty the bottle before you put the SpinWave away, you are probably ok. The SpinWave is fairly quiet and saved me time (and back pain) and left me with clean floors. I definitely recommend the product. Very satisfied after first few uses.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      No more regular mops for me !

      Posted
      Santy41
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      What a great product , using a regular mop to clean my hardwood floor was getting old until I got this Bisselle powered mop. The reusable pads are great, just use them and throw them into the washer mashine to reuse them. This is perfect since I have a dog inside the house I have to clean my wood floors daily, with this power mop makes it a little easy for me . First make sure you vacuum and sweep your floors , then just fill up the tank of this power mop with cold or warm water ,add the cleaning solution and clean my floors (the tank has a mark for big areas or small areas ) . At first I though I would have to take the pads and rewash them while cleaning , but I was wrong , I clean a couple of my rooms with only half of the tank and the same pads and the floors are clean ,smelling good and the floor was dry pretty fast. Out of the box was easy to assemble and start working on the floors, it comes with two regular soft pads for wood floors, two pads for rough floors to clean like tiles and two samples of the multi surface cleaning solution. I wish it would've included the hardwood Cleaning solution to try it out on all of my floors since hardwood is all I've got. Anyhow the multi surface solution did fine, I would have to go to the store and buy the hardwood floor cleaning solution. If you are tired of the regular mops, get this power mop. It's easy to use, swivel steering making it easy to clean under cabinets in the kitchen and under the bed floors.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Cleans well with less effort

      Posted
      bredeker
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      Bissell's SpinWave delivers exactly what it promises - clean floors with no scrubbing effort - but with some caveats. People with large, hard-floored spaces will especially find it valuable. For everyone else, it saves enough scrubbing work to merit a look, but has a few drawbacks to consider. Basic assembly was pretty easy - the main body just snaps together. It comes with 2 types of circular cleaning pads for different floor surfaces. The pads require a little care to align correctly - it took me a couple of tries to get them exactly centered and eliminate the excess vibration when the motors were running. (Probably something that will get easier with time.) Once running, it definitely feels pretty powerful. The action of the spinning pads gives it "self-propelled" type of feeling.It was actually a little surprising how strong this action is. I wouldn't say it was an issue for me, but I loaned it to my mother to get her take on it, and she actually felt it required quite a bit of effort to control it and change direction. Of course, how much of a downside this is would really depend on how much open space the user has to cover. It's a relatively compact device, but the rounded pads naturally mean it can't get all the way into corners. If you're someone who literally doesn't like to cut corners when cleaning, you'll probably still have a little extra work to do after you've SpinWave'd the majority of the floor. It's not always apparent from the front-on pictures, but this is a corded device. That's certainly not a flaw since the cord seemed sufficiently long. Slightly less portability, but on the other hand it's always ready to go and there's no worry about batteries wearing down over time. The pads washed up fine - not out-of-the-box new, but they definitely picked up quite a bit of grime. All in all, I would really recommend this product in some situations, and temper expectations in others. As I said above, for big open spaces (with few corners) it's very efficient thanks to the natural self-propelling motion. For tight spaces, that is countered a bit by the extra effort required to change direction. In either type of space, it's probably a godsend for people with bad knee or back issues who would happily corral the machine while standing up than be kneeling or bending.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Easy To Use, Gets Floors Clean

      Posted
      EricJay
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      Easy To Use, Gets Floors Clean I'll start by saying that I don't like mopping. Whether it's with a traditional string mop, a sponge mop, or whatever, it just feels like I'm just moving dirty water around the floor. That's why I was excited to try the Bissell SpinWave. Overall, I found it easy to set up, easy to use, and it really did get my floors clean. First thing out of the box is setup -- the SpinWave comes in two pieces that snap together very easily. No real assembly required. Putting the cleaning pads on was very easy as well. Just line them up and press-on. I didn't have them centered perfectly on the bottom of the SpinWave the first time, but it's Velcro, so all I had to do was peel and stick again, easy-peasy. The SpinWave comes with two sets of pads, "Soft" and "Scrubby," depending on how delicate your floors are, and how dirty they are. The pads are machine washable, but I'm sure they will wear out eventually. Currently, $20 will get you a replacement kit (including both types). Next is the cleaning solution -- the reservior has markings on the sides to show you how much water and cleaning fluid to add, no measuring required. There's one set of markings for a large area and another set for a small area. Pretty convenient. The SpinWave came with two bottles of multi-surface cleaning fluid, and it looks like replacement bottles are available for around $10 each (and come in multi-surface or wood floor formulas). Once I was all set up, I was ready to clean the floors. There are just two buttons on the device handle, power on/off and fluid spray. I hit the power button, and the SpinWave started... well... spinning. It was very quiet, and the spinning of the heads actually propelled the SpinWave slightly along the floor, so I didn't even have to push, just let it glide along and do its thing. The spray button reliably applied a consistent amount of solution to the area just in front of the SpinWave, which did a nice job cleaning the floors, both tile and laminate. I was pretty happy with the results. Using the SpinWave was quick and easy, the floor dried quickly, and looked great when I was done.

      I would recommend this to a friend





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