A wild day of varied materials to clean today...and a lot of toys!

Mark Saiger

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We had wool in the furniture, had cotton in the furniture, good old polyester in the furniture, nylon, Travertine and a bad grout job/install....

Super, Super thick nylons, low tight nylon....3 flights of stairs....

Furniture was 2 sectionals, large couch and pillows, 2 chairs (these were the cotton and wool blend units) and pretty soiled and stained.

We had both Butlers, we had tarps, Duk Guards, Hugger guards, floor coverings, Seal-A-Door, Turbo Force spinner, CRB, Zipper wand, Clear headed Sapphire Scentific upholstery tools, Stair tools, Rotovac 360 XL ....

I thinks if there was a tool to be played with today....this job had it all!

























Mark Saiger
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Did you see your Hugger guards in the videos?

We do love those by the way!

Mark Saiger
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Yes I did. Looks great. However, I would lower the Hugger grip area more to provide better coverage. Have them touching the ground a few inches and they will spread out like the feet of a plastic guard does. That way the plastic guards won't be needed as well.
 

Mark Saiger

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Class act as always mark.. whatsup with clear saphire tool? never seen that before...

There were about 50 made and I was on a prototype team to see how they would do. I like them a lot but not sure if they are going to be produced.

Sure hope they would be though....really like them.

Durability with the clear material is still a concern I am sure they are trying to evaluate before doing anything.

I will have had them for about a year now at the end of the month.

Mark Saiger
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