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Nice ok thank you. You seem like you know CGD pretty well, do you think its pointless to run a CRB on it? Going to start doing a quarterly extraction in between the encapping.
Crb with brown brushes are stiffer and have worked for me to encap cgd.
 

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Rob I am loving the tmf wand, I was thinking to switch from slotted glide to dotted glide. Do you sell a dotted glide for your wand?
A dotted glide takes a lot of lift to work right compared to the slotted glides.
A dotted glide reduces the intake opening by 50% and you need strong lift to create a lot of air flow.
 
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I knew I can count on you. I believe that you're likable among your community. You're open, helpful, cheerful and not afraid to speak your mind.

LOL, Thanks for the vote of confidence Luky. I'm not sure I'm all that you say, but I make a decent living as a rug sucker and have no real complaints.
 
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water hog will have pressure between 400-1000 psi.

The Mytee Water Hog actually goes from 400 psi to 1,200 psi which makes it great for tile and grout cleaning too besides just carpet cleaning.
 

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Nice ok thank you. You seem like you know CGD pretty well, do you think its pointless to run a CRB on it? Going to start doing a quarterly extraction in between the encapping.
CRBs are practically MADE for commercial carpet. Especially the textured stuff. I cannot imagine doing commercial maintenance any other way.
 

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CRBs are practically MADE for commercial carpet. Especially the textured stuff. I cannot imagine doing commercial maintenance any other way.
Very interesting no one has put it in that context. What color brush should I start off with? Looking to get a machine on sale with Rob or Damon from the Encap store. Going to boil down to price both guys are great.
 

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Very interesting no one has put it in that context. What color brush should I start off with? Looking to get a machine on sale with Rob or Damon from the Encap store. Going to boil down to price both guys are great.
I’m not nearly as experienced as many on here but I bought a 15” from Damon and started with the blue brushes for residential.

I landed a commercial job which I then went out and got the brown brushes. They feel to the hand only marginally stiffer but I have to believe that difference is optimal for cgd.

Did 2 commercial jobs and each customer expressed their satisfaction.
 

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CRBs are practically MADE for commercial carpet. Especially the textured stuff. I cannot imagine doing commercial maintenance any other way.
If I ever use CRB on this one , it's not going to be for maintenance purposes, but to scrub it down with a grey brushes meant for tile&grout cleaning.
Would you agree, @Mama Fen?
 

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Rotovac would clean that right up