So I need a solution to my encapping problems. In the winter, I clean some commercial accounts that get pretty bad as you can see in the pictures. The rock salt gets brought in from the side walk and actually gets compacted in the grooves of the carpet, as shown in the carpet. These are commercial glue down squares by the way. I’ve tried to vacuum out the compacted rock salt residue but it won’t even touch it, it’s almost as hard as the carpet. I’ve tried using the brush heads and the regular pads on the Cimex but that won’t get it out either, when the salt is compacted down in the grooves it sits flush with the carpet material. I’ve never tried using a crb but I can’t imagine that would work, maybe it would, I just don’t want to spend $3,500 just to test a theory. I use my Truckmount and that works fine but honestly I hate Truckmount cleaning...much more work, I get dirtier ding it, trying to keep it from freezing, it takes longer, more expensive repairs and maintenance of the machine...it just sucks using it in the winter. Does anyone have any life experience with this who can help? It would save me a heap of trouble and make my life 10000% better. Please leave meaningful and detailed explanations, it makes it easier and minimizes the back and forth with clarifying and such. Thanks!!