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FB Hi from Greece. I have a carpet and rug cleaning company in island of Crete. In our country we use

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Pasxalis Mitsivelis

Hi from Greece. I have a carpet and rug cleaning company in island of Crete. In our country we use carpets and rugs during the winter and then they give it to us for cleaning and storage. My question is, you guys which you have a TM why you don't just buy a good pressure washer adjustable with heat and for suction just a blower ? This is maybe a silly question for you but i think that cost cheaper than a classic TM. Plus if it was electric as well, so you can just plugged it to costumers house so you don't need a lot of money for fuels. Sorry if this questions are silly but i have it in my mind for many years. Thanks a lot Pascal from Greece
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Torcea Catalin

Because presure can distroy rugs...I see many use but they dont take care..fibre textile twisted will be random look after presure...rugs can be only good clean un sink..washing...others method aee superficial..rugs it is different
 
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Nick DeBellis

With all that, l do wash wool rugs with cool water supply and soap , hang dry, use electric blower
 
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Pasxalis Mitsivelis

I use duster, pre spray, cold water buffer, rinse, centrifuge,hunger, vacuum
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Pasxalis Mitsivelis

Electric tm is , by my opinion, reliable. But are they powerfull enough ?
 
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Pasxalis Mitsivelis

I have been in UK and i know(work in Aldrlarly Adge Hotel)
 
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Charlie Carpet

Why ? Because if you want to make a lot of money you need a reliable machine to do it . Not a home made half ass try that half the time works .
 
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Pasxalis Mitsivelis

How many cost/hour it has? Mind that in Greece we have a couple of them
 
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Rob Allen III

Welcome to TMF, glad to have someone part of Greece on our fb group! :)