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    New Apex 570 or Everest 870

    The promaster is a pain. Little things always breaking. Can't lock the doors w/o the keys and God forbid you try to drive w/o your seat belt. The bells and buzzers will drive you crazy. The Chevy is a good solid vehicle. I have 3 1 ton extended vans. I can't overload them and their...
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    Grout issues

    Nothing you did. It could be stained or it was a bad mix from the beginning. Some installers don't "slake" the grout and it can leave splotchy areas. You did't see it before because it was hazed over. Might try some color match on the dark areas.
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    No rinse stripper

    No-rinse simply means that it self neutralizes. Which is good if you vacuum up the slurry quickly. I still rinse though.
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    Janaitorial - Employee Production

    I suggest getting a walk-behind. It will be cheaper in the long-run.
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    What's the worst piece of advice you received

    The worst advice I ever got was when I was told to "go get a real job". My ex-wife told me that about 27 years ago. That was when I was the little fish in the pond. Now I AM the pond. :) About the IICRC; I now have 3 Masters from them. Did I learn anything? Yes absolutely. About carpet...
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    Shower mold, customer complaint

    I hope you didn't give a 12 month mold warranty.
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    New site Format

    I'm not a big one for change. I like the old site better.
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    How important is scent in a prespray? How long would you like it to linger?

    I dont really care one way or the other but most of my customers like a light scent. :)
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    Power grout brush

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    At what point should you buy new trucks?

    I buy new when mine have been fully depreciated.
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    Unusual source for moisture all over carpet on 3 levels of a home.

    Might be that they sprinkled baking soda and that might be why the probe encountered moisture. I'd be interested in knowing what the humidity levels are in those areas.