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Discussion in 'General Carpet Cleaning & Upholstery Discussion' started by gr4474, Apr 20, 2017 at 10:29 PM.
So a case of Groutmaster has gone up to $219 on sale? Wasn't it around $150?
They should rename it Gouge Master
Lol, only someone who hasn't used it much cares what it costs
150?? We have never been 150 the lowest we have ever went on a case is 199 for Black Friday.
Lately we have been giving away a case with FREE SHIPPING plus a tmf scoopie.
Try Promo Code: STOPWHINING
It could of been cheaper 4-5 years ago but over that time the cost for thing have gone up including my prices.
$219 sounds like a lot but if you figure out how much tile you can clean with a whole case and how much the jobs will bring in it's cheaper than carpet cleaning pre sprays.
For the record I pulled up an invoice email and it wasn't $150, but it was $175...plus $31 shipping. lol
That stuff lasts forever especially when used in my hydroforce. I have been on one container for 4 months and I do a steady amount of tile.
It's all good brother. Here is a little video explaining how it usually nets about 5k+ plus profits. And gougemaster was kinda funny lol.
I got a question on the video. My grout has never cleaned that easily. What dillution / dwell time was used? I always still run a grout brush through the lines.
Great product none the less.
Here's how I apply it. 2-3 scoops depending on soil levels. I always use a gallon sprayer (IPS electric now) and I spray close and directly into all grout lines first. Then I mist entire floor. I could use a manual brush, use a CRB and or just give ample dwell time. Use 800 psi with spinner. Key is not let it dry and it always cleans up great for me. On the nasties I do use a CRB. I dropped grout brushes awhile back. They don't last and way too much manual labor. Plus they won't stay in lines.
So you recommend 1gallon spayer all in all over the hydroforce for Groutmaster. Could be where I am missing the boat.
Yes. Not sure why but it seems to work better in a one gallon sprayer.
At least you have a good since of humor. I just knew I would p*** you off. lol
Yeah you want to fill up the grout lines with cleaner, since they like to soak it up. Don't let it get dry. But if you're using a hydroforce maybe you're getting it plenty soaked.
I like pump up sprayer and I only lightly pump it so its basically just peeing in the grout lines, then pump more and fan the tiles.
hydroforce is usually over kill unless its a big job like over 1000-2000 sqft
I no longer scrub grout lines unless its a shower... floor soil/oil blasts right out with groutmaster and a little dwell time