- Nov 12, 2008
- Real Name
- Randy Dockins
- Business Location
- United States
I've been thinking about buying a tile & grout wand. There really aren't many to choose from. I would already have bought the Turboforce one from https://shop.truckmountforums.com except for one thing that I perceive as an issue with it which is they put the solution line with a quick connect on the inside exposing it to water externally. I already read one post on here stating it caused problems when switching between the two heads it comes with. From what I can tell none of the brush heads do very well at recovering water which to me is a big negative. I'm actually wondering if the squeegee head is even worth having? Is it even a useful tool? I'm looking at the Gekko, Westpac, and Turboforce. I honestly like the design of the Turboforce best with the exception of the internal solution line. I think Turboforce made a mistake placing that line internally. Any thoughts or recommendations are appreciated. I'd like to get something ordered this week. I don't want to buy a piece of junk that I'll wind up not using. I already have an SX-12 spinner which has been my main tool for hard surfaces. If you've owned one of the above tools I'd like some pros and cons.
Westpak Tile Blaster Wand Combo II - Squeegee and Brush Head
The Ultimate Tile kit Westpak Tile Blaster Wand II Combo - 14" Head w/ 4 Jets (Comes with both the Brush Head and the Squeegee Head attachment!