Any HydraMaster Rotary DriMaster owners out there?

We found the Drimaster Upholstery tool is a great tool with a poor internal design. After using it for approximately a month we found a small plastic clip inside had broken resulting in an uneven distribution of the water. After disassembling we reinforced the plastic clips with hot glue, hopefully this addresses the problem. Maybe a metal clip would better suffice in place of the plastic one.
 

PhilipW

Active Member
We found the Drimaster Upholstery tool is a great tool with a poor internal design. After using it for approximately a month we found a small plastic clip inside had broken resulting in an uneven distribution of the water. After disassembling we reinforced the plastic clips with hot glue, hopefully this addresses the problem. Maybe a metal clip would better suffice in place of the plastic one.
Dang this thread is 5 years old, how do you even find something like this
 

jack zerkie

Active Member
I have a RDM carpet unit works great but I use my Zipper all the time. I will sell the RDM for $900 u pay shipping from Ft Myers Fl..
 

sbsscn

Well-Known Member
The rotary dri master is DA BOMB!!! love that machine but it has some downs but some pluses too

consider these thoughts before getting one.


*best If you have an extended van or box truck or space
*Best at cleaning and extracting CGD, and well maintained carpet.
*Best at leaving the least amount of moisture behind. Its jetless therefore reduces soak downs
*because of its weight it does a very good job for dry passes
*decent on ergonomics when operating
*quiet/low noise do to belt driven
*lowest cleaning head profile around

*not compact even when folded down, its large cleaning head takes up a lot of space
*although you could use it with a portable this is a high volume use tool, you will need to refill very fast
*Because of the volume of water it uses you should have a APO, and it will be a must if you have a anything smaller than a 40 gal waste tank.
*Doesnt do well of scrubbing and extracting on a heavily worn out carpet
*Its heavy just like its cousin the RX
*Parts are or about to be Obsolete.
*needs to have a hot water source to keep up with high demand
*Will need a long and heavy gauge extension cord to operate which make it bulky


If you have a chance in owning one, Maintain it! other wise youll end up owning a very expensive paper weight
 

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