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    Got my samples from Bonnet Pro

    Here's another video as well. Bonnet pro is taking over youtube lol.
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    Tilemaster doing it's thing.

    Mixed up with one gallon and you used it on two small bathrooms and still had some left over.
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    Tilemaster doing it's thing.

    Just mixed up a gallon at normal dilution. The only agitation came from the brush on the wand. I have found that the dwell time is key.
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    TMF 10k or Preload 5

    Both are good however, I prefer 10k out of the 2.
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    Tilemaster doing it's thing.

    Tilemaster doing what it does and doing well.
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    Got my samples from Bonnet Pro

    Got my samples in the mail from Bonnet Pro today can't wait to try them out to see if they work as good as they smell. They all passed the wife smell test ( I make her smell new chemicals to see what she thinks) she really liked the Waste - away.
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    ®®® Tips and Tricks!

    Easy label if you ever have to mix up only a gallon of something. Get a lint roller tear off one sheet and put the sticky side down and use a Sharpie and there's your label.
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    Here's the part number for C.D.S clutch from Napa.

    The one I got is the same as the one that was on there. Looked it over to make sure the they were the same before I put it in.
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    Here's the part number for C.D.S clutch from Napa.

    This is what the one from Napa looks like same brand color and pully.
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    Here's the part number for C.D.S clutch from Napa.

    Says out of stock but was able to order it at my Napa and was here the next morning by 7:00am
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    Here's the part number for C.D.S clutch from Napa.

    Even better deal online. It appears silver but the pully is black.
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    Here's the part number for C.D.S clutch from Napa.

    Don't know. From what I'm told Hydramaster don't give you the part number.
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    Here's the part number for C.D.S clutch from Napa.

    I'll add that I have a Hydramaster C.D.S 4.8 and is very easy to replace takes around 1/2 hr or a few beers. You will need to have a puller for the pully.
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    Here's the part number for C.D.S clutch from Napa.

    If you want to save a few bucks here is the part number for a Hydramaster C.D.S clutch you can at Napa. It's about 140.00 . Called my Hydramaster dealer and sell them for around 360.00 . It's the exact same part . In fact you can see where they tried to take the sticker off on the old one...