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    Posted: 16/November/2018 at 4:30am
Yeah!! I think  Propane would be the best choice.
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Check online, it would definietly be of help
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Originally posted by annfully annfully wrote:

Just go buy a Hoover and be done with. I think that will be even more than you are capable of?


I doubt that.
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Just go buy a Hoover and be done with. I think that will be even more than you are capable of?
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So there are so many different suggestions and methods pointed out, but none that seem to be at the forefront of a decision.

For me, I am looking for a portable that will work well to clean my rentals, personal home, and do auto as well. I'm looking for something that will do the job WELL.

What do you recommend for this? I've been looking for quite some time, but not  sure.
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I have several portables I use all are used in different situations and have good suction. There are good portables out there and accessories that help the jobs go faster such as the steamin demon and rotovac.  Also pre-scrub and pre-bonnet the floors.  And most importantly use the right chemicals for the right job.  All these thes have allowed me to be extremely successful using portables. 






http://www.thecarpetcleaning1.com/carpet-cleaning-champaign-urbana-decatur-il.html  
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I got a portable for you @ a good price msine.
Masterblend Truckforce 1200. Only has 57hrs on it.
Needs a new pump head ($300)and AF isn't working.
Has APO., 50' of all hoses, 12"wand.
New they cost around $3800, Its yours for $2500.+ S&H, save a G after
getting the pumphead.

Anyone interested pm me. Its the deal of the decade.
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He hasn't even sold his first job and he is complaining about costs?  Some go into this business assend first!
Are you in a high paying business or are you just a self employed low paid grunt who thinks this business provides dignity?
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Originally posted by msine msine wrote:

the only thing i didnt like is that i have to spend more to buy wand and extra stuff while m5 or ltd 5 come with hoses and the wand
Oh $hit, I didn't realize that.....! Stern Smile Another $500+ to $1000
2-50' vac hose =  around $200
2-50' solution = around $200
Wand = around $250 up to $1200
Upholstery tool = around $175 to $400 Stern Smile
 
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Originally posted by msine msine wrote:

Any one knows how much water approx ?you will need to clean a medium size house maybe 3 or 4 rooms ?


Who cares?  If you don't buy auto-fill/auto pump out you are just a) kidding yourself that you "saved money" and b) are wasting too much time with buckets.
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Depends.  Welcome to the bucket brigade.  Why does it matter how many it takes?
Are you in a high paying business or are you just a self employed low paid grunt who thinks this business provides dignity?
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Any one knows how much water approx ?you will need to clean a medium size house maybe 3 or 4 rooms ?
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why don't you go find something to do ,instead of putting ur noise in peoples discussions .either help with a Real comment or keep quite
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