Looks like somebody already trying to get the corner on the Hot Rod Floor Scrubber...better hurry!
Thanks for all the great feedback on the Hot-Rod!
Sales have been great for the "Basic" model which is the quarterly prize for the "Epic" contest and don't worry we still have plenty of inventory to supply the winners.
That said I thought it might be time to share with you some pictures of the "Pro" model which we just finishing the first production run on.
The attached pics are of a unit that I've been driving around with in the back of my truck for a couple of months it's kind of a rough prototype so here it is warts and all.
Stainless steel 1.5inch main handle
Professional Control Handle (like the ones on carpet wands)
Quick lock adjustable angle head (we have a separate patent pending on this feature alone)
Where the "Basic" model is meant primarily for floors the "Pro" model is truly an all purpose tool.
Imagine scrubbing out a hallway that leads to a staircase. You're scrubbing the hall then you get to the staircase, quickly contract the handle and change the angle of the head (if desired) and boom, within seconds you go from a floor machine to a stair scrubbing tool.
The motor has plenty of power and durability but the beauty of using an existing rotary polisher is that if you ever burn one out (which we have not) you could just replace the polisher.
You have a lifetime tool!
The customers love it, especially the men of the the house. The new design is so high tech and professional looking it always grabs the man's attention.
This tool is just plain fun to use.
Thanks again for all the great feedback and support You guys are the best!
Also, coming soon"The Shorty".......
The hot chick and the "cool" name Hot Rod Agitator still doesn't change the fact that it's just a hand held buffer on a stick!!
LMAO...that's been done before...
I could use a rotary though because we all know you can't properly clean carpet without one...
It's also an electric motor attached to a handle just like any other floor machine and it rocks!
What's up with the picture of the drill?
Nice attempt but stupid.
Check this out.