We got two of them about 3 weeks ago.
At first I didn't really like them and only thought they were practical in large spaces.
I've changed my mind, love it on commercial and any Berber or short nap.
Leaves it incredibly dry!
I hate wands
Commercial job today
Got a call from one of our big management companies.
2 carpet cleaners have already been there. Anyone have accounts that have switched over to this vs salt?
If so what works? I hit it with a cimex quick to see and had air on it to speed dry.
Looks good but not sure it will solve it.
Got a call last night at 730. We had a full schedule with both trucks running.
Customer called and said I need it done before noon. I hesitated and asked how early we could get going. He said 7 and I asked if it would be empty, he said yes.
Show up at 715 for 2 rooms and a LR with 7 stairs...
We use the dragon and 870 for machines.
Run roto's almost exclusively except for most stairs.
We run fab set as a rinse.
Question is what should truly be expected? It has been rainy and mugging here and we tell people to use their AC and ceiling fans.
Did a job last night that ended around 5...
So I descaled about a month ago because I was getting clogged jets every job damn near.
I heard before that there is a separate des along procedure for the burner.
Is this true? If so any help on how to do it would be great.
Thanks in advance fellas
So we descaled the TM about a month ago cause everything kept getting clogged, after it was a new machine.
However, it's starting to do it again and I'm tired of unscrewing the filter on the hydro and changing jets on the roto.
Do I need to do something above and beyond a normal descale for...
I picked up a new account with apartments.
I've cleaned 10 year old carpet that is easier to clean.
It's a cut pile. Did a burn test but couldn't really smell much.
I used flex powder with citrus. Scrubbed with crb let dwell 15 then hit it with roto and 200 plus.
It was def worn but this...
But we didn't, took a right in a parking lot and hit up an insurance agent with goodies.
Gave her our pitch.
Two hours later, water job!!
Leaking supply line to refrigerator. Won't be a huge job but a great start! Hit 3 of her colleagues the day before
We are having record month after record month. With water picking up and carpet cleaning going nuts we know we will be pushed out a couple weeks at least when things ramp up.
Here's the scenario, let's say we have 6-8 jobs lined up and we get a call for water or a need for a last min job, we...
We just got done cleaning and are speed drying to see what the end result will be. She wants us to do a color seal and I've used an acrylic based on before and works well.
Any special consideration to this type of floor?
What are you guys at ball park for color sealing?