super easy. steps in order:
1. prevac like a mutha
2. apply chemical
3. scrub brush on 175 immediately.
4. wait 15-20 minutes.
5. use cotton bonnet to absorb as much as possible. 1 side per room.
6. post vac just before leaving.
He is great! Thanks for asking!! he's a year and half, it is crazy.
I am getting work from the local tech school around here. one of my jobs last week was a few office chairs that they wanted clean. I just used a spotting tool and took my time.
if you have any advice on landing commercial...
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Nick, do you have pictures of your bumper? My dad owns a welding/fabricating shop and is designing one for my younger brother's truck. Also my dad is converting me into a Jeep enthusiast so we're into the off roading thing :)
Yeah I burnt my ankle on my dad's motorcycle exhaust. Fuker didn't even warn me and it was my first time on a bike. I was maybe 10 years old.... douche. haha
Looks rough man, hang in there. hope it heals up for ya
Thanks for the input. I'm using vacaway products mostly for vlm and I'm planning on using that for this as well and treating it about the same as car carpet. except usually I use HWE on car carpet and agitate with an angle grinder. (I don't do cars other than my own and my family's so far) I'm...
Landed a job for a house boat. The top deck is exposed to the elements. I have not visited the location yet and am not sure what to expect. I'm about to do some research now and thought you all could help me while I'm using the Google machine.
I'm planning on using a 175 to clean this. There is...