How often are you doing a subsurface extraction with unchained?
Water claws for urine are way over rated, they are made for actual floods.
A rotary has more weight (unless yoir standing on the claw), the spinning vac slots remove more moisture plus your flushing same time
I tested side x side with regular claw and the water injected one vs 360 and it wasn't even close
360 flushes better, leaves it drier, and your moving 10x faster than flooding small sections at a time.
Unchained works great for sub surface.
It depends how bad but we did a really bad one yesterday.Claw takes so long for subsurface extraction. How do you treat the areas before you drop the 360 on it? RTU unchained or diluted? Lately, on what I would consider borderline urine damage, I have been using unchained 1:1 and let dwell. Then, I prespray. Next, I clean. Kinda what the directions say.
I somewhat agree, you need to get product deeper in the carpet/pad than normal pre spraying but flooding with buckets and using a claw is a waste of time.You're going to learn that subsurface extractions are a waste of time and often lead to more headache.
The top pro guys here pretty much all agree on that fact.
They are both good the t rex is a bit better but its a mytee product so personally I would never buy one. I've had many thousands of $ of mytee products and they were cheap af, didn't hold up at all. 2 uph tools, spinner, shelves etc.Agreed, I use the TRex now and it kicks the ever loving shit out of the rotovac
They are both good the t rex is a bit better but its a mytee product so personally I would never buy one. I've had many thousands of $ of mytee products and they were cheap af, didn't hold up at all. 2 uph tools, spinner, shelves etc.
The extractors are very solid and the t rex I have heard is good.
I would replace the 360 but it only comes out for urine jobs, I would never torture myself cleaning with a rotary on every job its way too slow