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Discussion in 'General Carpet Cleaning & Upholstery Discussion' started by Deron06, Feb 15, 2014.
Deron knows his Shitz....Far as womens goes???? That would be Aloha's dept....
There may be a million different opinions but how many of those opinions come with over 30 years of experience running rotary extractors as well as an inventory that would shame the distributors who are confusing you? I have 11 rotary extractors, have been cleaning carpet since the 1980's and have used them with everything from a portable to a ProChem Everest. I am also not biased because I don't have a financial interest in any of the machines or companies involved.
VERY well said Deron....You're the one I would go to for advise (not women) but with most everything else..Cant BEAT time in Grade.
One of these days I'll get off my lazy ass and ship the Power Glide so you can do a review on it!
The cost of shipping that monster, would run us both broke. It remains the only rotary extractor I have not owned or used. The ProChem Powerglide would not win a carpet cleaning shootout but would certainly take a trophy in head-on collisions with the other rotaries.
Svelte it is not, makes the RX20 look like a lightweight. Cleans like a basterd on resi not good at all on CGD.
Can anyone tell me how they enjoyed using the Hydroforce SX-12 spinner? Too small?, durable?, light enough?
I like the idea! Also how about a section for Carpet cleaner spoof videos? For example re-enacting what bait and switchers do or maybe a spoof where you break nice things in a customers home and try to hide it. Just for kicks. Disclamer ( I do not Bait & with nor break stuff)
I have a opportunity to buy a rotovac 360I at a very good price as the guy needs money I have always used a Wand does anyone out there have any feed back on this unit thanks Robbie up here in Canada
You can't go wrong with an RV360i. There is a lot to like about it.
I just started using a 360i and love it. I did a comparison of crb/wand and crb/360i..... Rotovac was way way better.
Thanks for input guys !
Hi deron , did you ever compare trex with hoss700 , I read that hoss700 have the best water recovery cos of the gear system , what do you think about that.
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I have a Hoss 700 as well as a few T Rex's. If the Hoss is dialed in correctly, it works well on residential carpet. I will never use it again on CGD because I compared it to an RX20 w/glides, both powered by a ProChem Everest 650, on the same day. The RX20 had 2 hour dry times. The Hoss took 24 hours to dry. The only rotary that works acceptably on all CGD is the RX20 with glides or this prototype T Rex. On residential, your water recovery/ dry times are going to depend on your skill, equipment and air conditions.
Hi deron, looks like trex is a good choose , I see you work with Prochem truck mount , but I want to use trex on portable , I saw steambrite has a very powerful portable Goliath with 4 vac motors , and I am thinking to buy it, what do you think do trex will work very properly on this portable machine
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Uh oh...mentioned another 4 vac etm...
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The performance of the Porty is more important than the number of vacuum motors. Four small motor don't equal the performance of two high performance motors. Try to get a Porty with at least 230 cfm and 144" water lift
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I used my t-Rex on a large water extraction and I saved my life. Cut my time in half and made the job a lot easier for me. Also extracted much more thoroughly than I could have done with a wand.