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And getting faster every day

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hey I agree with SGG on this one. all that scrub in not necessary on all jobs. Get the right chems and the right unit and go to work. if your unit is a bit inferior you need all that extra work to get the results.
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some jobs don't even need pre-spray...but thats not the point. even the best chemicals will not clean heavy foot traffic infront of the favorite couch...or coming out of the kitchen..

only a scrub will do that
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if you feel you need to carry your cimex in to accomplish this well there are more than one way to skin a cat??
    

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A 12 inch rotary will do the same thing

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Originally posted by doug doug wrote:

if you feel you need to carry your cimex in to accomplish this well there are more than one way to skin a cat??
    
sure you could spray traffic lane cleaner...but you are playing with fire
    
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I heard somewhere that engine degreaser works

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I have seen the results of my competition using the rx-20. The customers clients come to me asking me for my service. The truth is, it is hard manual labor compared to the relativly quick buck my competition makes with the rx-20. In large areas I regret not having one, in small areas the drag wand with 3 jets is fine. I am in the process of purchasing a Rx-20 none the less because the wand kicks my ass!:)
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I have a used Rx- 20 sale. Private message me if interested.
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Have you guys tried the ROTOVAC for the tight residential carpets. It is very
nice to let the machine scrub away instead of my arms falling off. It also exposes
the fiber to more heat, which helps the pre spray be more active and it
helps the twist remember its' memory. Even on Olefin crappy carpets it has made my life a lot easier.
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It helps the trist remember it's memory???By twist do you mean chubby checker?? If you are getting it hot enough to effect it's memory man you in trouble??????????????????Guitar
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I find the original Rotovac doesn't work well on commercial carpet. It tends to chatterThumbs%20Down

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