Thanks Fedri! You also helped me a lot. There’s a few that really don’t care about popular opinion and honestly do what it takes to help and encourage. I really appreciate it.
I know a lot of guys here don’t support the IICRC but I went for my cert for carpet tech this mth, last mth attended...
Man seriously thank you but take me off the list. I surely don’t to take any attention off the guys who actually help everyone. If there was a vote for knucklehead of the year I’d accept it. I voted for Keep It Clean cause he sticks his neck out so much for newbies, and I appreciate that a lot.
Just to solidify, yea if it’s a Home Depot Tuffed Wool Rug and you have at it well it’s still not correct but so be it. But if it’s my tea washed Karastan then your darn tooting it’s nuts. You screw up one hand made tribal, with the owners of those types of rugs your opening yourself up to a...
Oriental Rugs really need to be washed correctly. I don’t think your nuts personally I have deep respect for you. But if i owned a $5000-$20000 Bijar and you used rug smack on it I think it’s fair to say the owner sure may think your nuts. And it’s completely the incorrect way to wash wool.
@mrblazer saw Dave Nichols this weekend picking up supplies in San Diego. He pulled up in a awesome brand new truck! He remembered me from Scott’s Rug Class.
Now back to the post..Take a wool rug class. No disrespect but if using Rug Smack on Oriental Rugs your not cleaning wool. Maybe...
If you know how to clean wool mention it’s your specialty. Or silk whatever.
If you know how to clean stone mention that.
If your high end mention high end items that high end people may be attracted to.
No coupons, do you know Rolex has a no discount policy. Why? The clients looking at Rolex...
@Scott W thank you tons. I picked up a few goodies during IICRC Class this week! Also got a few cleaning supplies, and they even fixed up my crummy wand so it’s working 100%, now. I really like the staff at Aramsco in San Diego. Thanks for the offer!
I’m not 100% loyal to anyone specific company. But do like sticking to one company “when possible” for convenience. Since all the Bridgepoint stuff I’ve used so far works perfect, I’ll stick to it. I have really had some great experiences with Bridgepoint. It’s also awesome to have Scott W here...
Bridgepoints Kit Comes with:
Red Zone Ready
Gel Break (love this one)
All Solv Extreme (love it)
Avenge Pro (love it)
Even comes with a nice carry case, that looks professional.
Comes with gum tool if you call it That!
Gloves, white clothes, dvd, laminated how...
Last mth when in San Diego for Scott W rug class I picked up a spot cleaning kit while interlink. Man I wanted to suggest everyone should have one. There’s been (so far) no spots I’ve run into the the Kit hasn’t gotten up. Love that it comes with a laminated sheet to know which product to use on...