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    1. SWAGMAN
    2. akleenerimage
      akleenerimage
      I remember you saying something about putting down a carpet film after you cleaned so the homeowners could walk on the carpet. Do you use the paper stuff or the plastic and how does this affect the drying ?
    3. Grn Steamer
      Grn Steamer
      Trex pad driver help. I've got a router and a extra 15" malish brissel pad driver w/ riser, What else might I need to make the pad drive I see in your video's on youtube? The mytee one takes too long to swap but I need to prescrub.
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      2. Prosteam-sonomacounty
        Prosteam-sonomacounty
        Just som 'L' shaped aliminum , some wood screws and 1/4" spacers to add stability
        May 16, 2015
      3. Grn Steamer
        Grn Steamer
        thanks!
        May 16, 2015
    4. Chucky
      Chucky
      Do u have a transit? With tm? If u do could i have more info im interested in the med roof one
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      2. Prosteam-sonomacounty
        Prosteam-sonomacounty
        Yea, transit with medium roof. I have an Apex in it and there's tone of space
        Mar 9, 2015
    5. Joe cool
      Joe cool
      Did u pay more the 23 k or 27-28
      I'm hooked on apex soon
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      2. Prosteam-sonomacounty
        Prosteam-sonomacounty
        I paid around 25
        Feb 22, 2015
      3. Joe cool
        Joe cool
        Thanks ... with floor exhaust drip pan for $23,200 installed seems fair .
        Feb 26, 2015
    6. RON X
      RON X
      Hello, I want to ask you about something you posted, You use Alcohol in your rinse? Can you tell me what the dilution is? Does it help clean up and dry the carpet faster?
      Thank You, Ron
      1. Prosteam-sonomacounty
        Prosteam-sonomacounty
        Ron, sorry I didn't see the comment sooner. I use alcohol @32oz in each 5 gal solution jug. Helps emulsify grease and oil but most
        Y helps with dry time. Seems to cut dry time by about 20%. Not a huge difference but I try to sell quality and every edge counts.
        Nov 2, 2013
      2. Daniel -Luxu
        Daniel -Luxu
        so if i put alcohol in my portable unit with dry slurry it will dry faster
        Jul 1, 2015
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