- 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 Jondon 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.
The Raptor Hard Surface Tool is perfect for deep cleaning soiled grout and edging on hard floors. It can handle up to 2,500 PSI of pressure and 230°F, making it perfect for use with truck mounts.
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