I run a RX-20. It uses more water i think. It all comes down to the operator how much pressure etc. yes i do dry strokes with my wand if need grooming helps it dry to. glides make a huge difference in water recovery with a RX. But u lose agitation. U can get better results with more dwell, heat and some raking. I average 2-3 hours dry time
All of the negative comments were directed at me. This is a norm on all the boards! They are full of folks that force their views on others as to validate their knowledge. As to this thread, you have a great pro and con on a new product. Sure one could argue method and equipment used. I, like many others will appreciate this thread as it develops.
As to the post Hijackers, They are every where regardless of what type of forum you are on. More grandiose individuals out to prove to them self that they are brilliant.
As to the rotary opinion, I have not personally used these types of extraction wands. Over the last three months I have been researching the pros and cons. But I refuse to put my business in financial limbo chasing every new toy that comes to our industry. Im sure they are great pieces of equipment and most likely will be in our van at some point. Thanks for opinions on this. But as you were saying OT this was a thread about a new product and its performance, not about equipment application.
The reason I posted my photos was to create and even balance on a new product. I am working with Slop and gobble to find out where it works best for me and my cleaning system. Maybe our future post on this thread will help others make a decision on wither or not they would like to use Slop and Gobble.
I plan on posting more pictures of Sop and gobble in action as I come across the right place. Next week I plan on using it in a resty.
Thanks OT for taking your time to share with us your experience using S&G.
I've been wondering how much/or if it's better than magic wand's grease eater. I don't do alot of commercial at the moment so buying 40lbs of S&G wouldn't make since to me since it's ph of 12, but grease eater is ph 10 so could be used for some residential as well. I haven't tried either yet, but was curious.