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crash1big

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I tried my Cimex on a restaurant when I first got it. It did pretty good but couldn't touch the TM for results and speed. The restaurant in the video was dirty but nothing like what most the ones we do are like. Not trying to burst your bubble Dave. He did good, really good, but I wouldn't rush out to buy a Cimex to do restaurants though. :)
 

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I tried my Cimex on a restaurant when I first got it. It did pretty good but couldn't touch the TM for results and speed. The restaurant in the video was dirty but nothing like what most the ones we do are like. Not trying to burst your bubble Dave. He did good, really good, but I wouldn't rush out to buy a Cimex to do restaurants though. :)
Not bustin' my Bubble Marian..was jus trying to give the VLM guys a Stiffy! Think they left out it took 3 weeks nightly to get it clean..:rolleyes::D
 
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That restaurant carpet in that vid would be about the cleanest restaurant carpet I've ever seen...
Shit wuz photo shopped for sure..No Fukin way that wuz REAL! .You cant Spin that Filth off..Had I not 40+ years..I might say..REALLY?
Notice..Video was faster than a Comet from the Heavens with no Mention of Chems? I smell a DEAD MACKERAL!
 
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The problem I have with using a Cimex and pads only on a filthy carpet is that, that is Top Down Cleaning as opposed to transferring soil onto a bonnet which would be, Bottom UP cleaning. You would enjoy the benefit of superior soil REMOVAL and you'd get it instantly. I have done both. There is no comparison.
 

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The problem I have with using a Cimex and pads only on a filthy carpet is that, that is Top Down Cleaning as opposed to transferring soil onto a bonnet which would be, Bottom UP cleaning. You would enjoy the benefit of superior soil REMOVAL and you'd get it instantly. I have done both. There is no comparison.
Confused on your post Richard..are you saying 175 is best or?
 

Sierra Clean Care

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The problem I have with using a Cimex and pads only on a filthy carpet is that, that is Top Down Cleaning as opposed to transferring soil onto a bonnet which would be, Bottom UP cleaning. You would enjoy the benefit of superior soil REMOVAL and you'd get it instantly. I have done both. There is no comparison.
Being VERY new to VLM, is it not the same thing....? Please school me on this.... NO sarcasm intended. And my next question would be, is Realesit DS2 a good product to use with a CRB in a commercial setting?
 

LookNGood

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That restaurant carpet in that vid would be about the cleanest restaurant carpet I've ever seen...
That was also straight encap tho with no type of immediate soil removal (bonnets). So you need to consider that. He needed one piece of equipment to do the job, alone, locked in to the building. There are a lot of benefits for everyone there.
 

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I'm saying using ANY machine with pads only -vs- Any machine using bonnets, the machine using bonnets wins every time. Common sense must prevail.
Thought you Meant That Rich..Where do I send The FREE Three Bingo Tickets to? You ARE A WINNER!
 

LookNGood

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Shit wuz photo shopped for sure..No Fukin way that wuz REAL! .You cant Spin that Filth off..Had I not 40+ years..I might say..REALLY?
Notice..Video was faster than a Comet from the Heavens with no Mention of Chems? I smell a DEAD MACKERAL!
Dave it was very real. Lol
 

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That was also straight encap tho with no type of immediate soil removal (bonnets). So you need to consider that. He needed one piece of equipment to do the job, alone, locked in to the building. There are a lot of benefits for everyone there.
That Video was Horse SHIT! No Way was that REAL...Under 4 hours.
 
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Being VERY new to VLM, is it not the same thing....? Please school me on this.... NO sarcasm intended. And my next question would be, is Realesit DS2 a good product to use with a CRB in a commercial setting?

There are many ways to use VLM. VLM simply means Very Low Moisture. How you choose to use that VLM is up to you.

Some folks just spray and brush and they're done. Works fine for maintenance. Not so much in filthy establishments.

Other folks like me prefer using carpet bonnets to instantly remove the soil rather than let the encap solution do all the work.

Then there is the Dry Foam method....dual process methods. An Orbital machine.....a rotary machine. heck....US Products advertises their portable extractors as Low Moisture.

So you see Jeff, there is more to VLM than most people think.
 
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That was also straight encap tho with no type of immediate soil removal (bonnets). So you need to consider that. He needed one piece of equipment to do the job, alone, locked in to the building. There are a lot of benefits for everyone there.
Yea, I'm just saying , they called it a greasy restaurant....
All I'm saying is they should have actually gone to greasy restaurant.
That place was child's play
 

Sierra Clean Care

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There are many ways to use VLM. VLM simply means Very Low Moisture. How you choose to use that VLM is up to you.

Some folks just spray and brush and they're done. Works fine for maintenance. Not so much in filthy establishments.

Other folks like me prefer using carpet bonnets to instantly remove the soil rather than let the encap solution do all the work.

Then there is the Dry Foam method....dual process methods. An Orbital machine.....a rotary machine. heck....US Products advertises their portable extractors as Low Moisture.

So you see Jeff, there is more to VLM than most people think.
And your opinion on the DS2?
 

aloha one

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There are many ways to use VLM. VLM simply means Very Low Moisture. How you choose to use that VLM is up to you.

Some folks just spray and brush and they're done. Works fine for maintenance. Not so much in filthy establishments.

Other folks like me prefer using carpet bonnets to instantly remove the soil rather than let the encap solution do all the work.

Then there is the Dry Foam method....dual process methods. An Orbital machine.....a rotary machine. heck....US Products advertises their portable extractors as Low Moisture.

So you see Jeff, there is more to VLM than most people think.
Don't Listen to Him..He's ALWAYS RIGHT..Honestly Rich..You are when it comes to Dat Stuff!