After over a year coming back to the forums, but now looking for the best fellow carpet cleaner in NYC area.
I still have my business, now I do a lot of consulting for Housekeeping, Custodial, environmental service to different places as school, senior living communities, hotels, etc...
in my opinion you overpay when is brand new, let me give an example, lindhaus i bought it for 150 bucks, brand new is over 700 bucks, i bought it 5 years ago, and I replaced 1 belt last year just because i replaced the brush.
so really the vacuum costed me 200 bucks, i saved 500 bucks. that is...
lindhaus: great filtration, great pick up, big filter bag, a little under powered, very durable. you set up the brush
, sebo or windsor: terrible filtration even with hepa, expensive parts, very good pick up, sensor xp is brush automatic adjustment
, proteam 1500 xp, great pick up...
This is the thing 6.6 ametek real life lift is around 100 to 110 water lift. and cfm around 130
8.4 ametek is 132 to 140 lift and 140 cfm
84 electro motor is 150 lift and 115 cfm.
yes the electro motor use 15 amps, and the others less than 12.5 amps.
at this point i dont care a booster which...
for i booster i would not recomen the 8.4 motors, because you need a motor with higher lift and a little less cfm.
the booster is already boosting cfm, but no lift, so you need a booster with more lift.
the 84 from electro motor is the best option
I know people who bought equipment for thousands of dollars and then they do nothing, I seen people buying wrong equipment and then is collecting dust.
I have seen people cleaning in the very wrong way and they loose a client who can give them thousands of profits.
I think the class is...
Even the best neutral cleaner in the world will leave a residue.
the ph neutral soesn mean it won't leave a residue, it means it won't harm the shine of the floor.
scrubbing with vinegar will help.
the other situation is a little of glue coming from the tile.
Jason, I can tell you this, numbers are not always what they look for.
for what I see the want a healthy and clean environment, for example i would use a de ionized water, and spot cleaning, becuase too much squeegee will leave a reside and will make it hard.
I would get a unger microfiber mops...
I have to say i love the direct drive, but with bigger blower.
I know my white magic is giving me 450 cfm. i tested it.
very easy to operate, less maintenance. very simple, etc
more room. bigger tanks, quieter, yes, more stress to the engine, but, top of the line oil, and oil filter will help...
let me make it easier for you.
use a spray buff, and spray directly to each scuff, and then wait around 30 sec to 45 sec, use the center piece of the white polisher pad, 2 scrubs and gone, dry it with a rag.
those scuff marks gets hard to remove when they are 3 days and older