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    Posted: 21/April/2007 at 11:43am
I have someone telling me that a cimax will not clean soild carpet, this carpet to be cleaned is a  hotel ballroom.The carpet is real bad, will a cimax clean this or do u think we should scrub and extract , bonet clean ,,,,,what would be your expert advice? or do u have any???????      p.s.        I beleve the carpet construction is polypropylene.                      Help the job is comming!!!!!!!
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If it is polypropylene the Cimex and a good encap product will do a better job than steam cleaning in my opinion.

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Is it commercial glue down???? what do you mean by solid carpet??
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He meant to say "soiled" carpet, Steamer. you guys need to read between the lines a little better, eh?
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Ken I have a hard enought time just reading what has been typed?
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oh...soiled...yes I get it...shrek
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If it's commercial glue down olefin, go ahead and Cimex it

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go ahead make my day cimex it??
    

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Your chems are so powerful they emulsify and dissolve anything that comes in contact with it?
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I thought it was 400 rpm

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