Proven results are in, Proschoice Extreme clean

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I used Extreme clean on this rental unit and the results are amazing. I am a huge fun of proschoice products and have been using extreme clean with good results. Sorry the video is a bit long, not the best, just skip though and no, I have not been paid by proschoice and I don't even know the owners. Just trying to help other members. So here we go, modified kirby vacuum, Extreme clean pre-spray, oreck orbiter, Windsor Drimatic (sebo) and the truck mount is a modified Amtex prowler and a double quarter pounder from Burger king (not healthy) energized the tech.

 

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Nice!
You've mentioned you use ionic water, am assuming alkaline for better cleaning??? how do you obtain ionic water? Do you have an onboard system? Can you obtain both acid or alkaline water if desired with such systems?
Thanks!


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I used Extreme clean on this rental unit and the results are amazing. I am a huge fun of proschoice products and have been using extreme clean with good results. Sorry the video is a bit long, not the best, just skip though and no, I have not been paid by proschoice and I don't even know the owners. Just trying to help other members. So here we go, modified kirby vacuum, Extreme clean pre-spray, oreck orbiter, Windsor Drimatic (sebo) and the truck mount is a modified Amtex prowler and a double quarter pounder from Burger king (not healthy) energized the tech.

Wow.......Outstanding .......Just Outstanding
 
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In a word, WOW.

I'm not too sure I would have gotten the same results.

Great job.
I used Extreme clean on this rental unit and the results are amazing. I am a huge fun of proschoice products and have been using extreme clean with good results. Sorry the video is a bit long, not the best, just skip though and no, I have not been paid by proschoice and I don't even know the owners. Just trying to help other members. So here we go, modified kirby vacuum, Extreme clean pre-spray, oreck orbiter, Windsor Drimatic (sebo) and the truck mount is a modified Amtex prowler and a double quarter pounder from Burger king (not healthy) energized the tech.

 

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Tried many chemicals but have always return to Pros choice for those nasties.
Great before and after video , Eddy !
Oil , propane or ? for heat ? Only time I have that amount of steam is in a cold environment and/or smaller jetting.
 

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Ok I am going to be critical just to help you out.

1. First, the results. As a pro, I cannot criticize or applaud the results without seeing a closer look. From a distance the results look good but that does not say much. If you could have also shot a short piece with a closer look at the carpet, this would be nice but of course, this is from a professional perspective and it may not matter to the average consumer. Like I said, from a distance, the results look very good.
2. As you stated, the video is way too long. You can't expect potential customers to wade through all of that.
3. You agitate with two different devices? Unless you are getting top dollar, not very efficient and not necessary.
4. Way too much fog/steam in the video. It is so extreme, that it could be misconstrued that you are soaking the walls etc. of the house with all of that water vapor going everywhere.

Thanks for posting the video and I hope my critique helps.
 

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Ok I am going to be critical just to help you out.

1. First, the results. As a pro, I cannot criticize or applaud the results without seeing a closer look. From a distance the results look good but that does not say much. If you could have also shot a short piece with a closer look at the carpet, this would be nice but of course, this is from a professional perspective and it may not matter to the average consumer. Like I said, from a distance, the results look very good.
2. As you stated, the video is way too long. You can't expect potential customers to wade through all of that.
3. You agitate with two different devices? Unless you are getting top dollar, not very efficient and not necessary.
4. Way too much fog/steam in the video. It is so extreme, that it could be misconstrued that you are soaking the walls etc. of the house with all of that water vapor going everywhere.

Thanks for posting the video and I hope my critique helps.
I was thinking the same thing about point number four.


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My rotary and 3D, bang it out without the extra steps. Did you really move that slow the entire house?? No less than 65-75$ per area


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What is 3D?


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My rotary and 3D, bang it out without the extra steps. Did you really move that slow the entire house?? No less than 65-75$ per area


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Of course not. I actually just scrubbed that one room for the marketing video and the rest pre-spray, good dwell time and then rotovac 360i. what is 3D?
 

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Ok I am going to be critical just to help you out.

1. First, the results. As a pro, I cannot criticize or applaud the results without seeing a closer look. From a distance the results look good but that does not say much. If you could have also shot a short piece with a closer look at the carpet, this would be nice but of course, this is from a professional perspective and it may not matter to the average consumer. Like I said, from a distance, the results look very good.
2. As you stated, the video is way too long. You can't expect potential customers to wade through all of that.
3. You agitate with two different devices? Unless you are getting top dollar, not very efficient and not necessary.
4. Way too much fog/steam in the video. It is so extreme, that it could be misconstrued that you are soaking the walls etc. of the house with all of that water vapor going everywhere.

Thanks for posting the video and I hope my critique helps.

Thanks Deron, I totally agree with your critique and analysis. Yeah the video is too long but i went on to make a short version. This is the link of the short version. what do you think? We are new to videos, so any recommendations are welcome.

 

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I don't mean to be so negative on the criticizing, but when you show a video to a bunch of carpet cleaners, we're gonna see something that needs to be brought to attention.
1. The first thing I saw was pushing that wand forward and not bringing it back in the same line. You now have one Soaking Wet triangle.
2. If you're using this video to show to customers, get some work shoes that are professional, not some shoes that you would wear to a mosh-pit.
3. And then telling your customers that you are spraying "chemicals" on their carpet. Self explanatory


The carpet looks awesome, and I hope it dried in an awesome time, but I also hope you take this advice in a humble way.

Don't forget, pull that wand back in the same line you pushed it up.
 

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I don't mean to be so negative on the criticizing, but when you show a video to a bunch of carpet cleaners, we're gonna see something that needs to be brought to attention.
1. The first thing I saw was pushing that wand forward and not bringing it back in the same line. You now have one Soaking Wet triangle.
2. If you're using this video to show to customers, get some work shoes that are professional, not some shoes that you would wear to a mosh-pit.
3. And then telling your customers that you are spraying "chemicals" on their carpet. Self explanatory


The carpet looks awesome, and I hope it dried in an awesome time, but I also hope you take this advice in a humble way.

Don't forget, pull that wand back in the same line you pushed it up.

Thanks for your observations, recommendations and critique. Thais what this forum is all about, to help one another. Its kind of a test lab.

I actually did dry strokes as you will see in this short version of the same video. the carpet was dry within 3 hours, no air movers used.

Those are some of the shoes, I wear for nasties. I normally spray them with a disinfectant white form. For other jobs, I use better looking shoes.

Yeah the word chemicals is scary and I went on to exclude it in the next video.

Thanks again, just trying to learn video marketing and so far its paying off in a huge way.

This is the short version,