Just ordered tmf west pack wand from tmf store, some preload 5, and tile master from interlink supply. Starting to get a little excited. Been waiting for my set up to come together for a long time now. Will post some picks after testing it all out.
Damon those would be great shots for your website. Thanks for sharing.I did a rat nasty carpet today. I used my 7 liter sprayer with a 4:1 tip. I put in 8.5 scoops of pl5 and 3 scoops of tilemaster. Agitated with crb and extracted with a trex. I figured since the carpet was so bad it wouldn't hurt to mix strong and experiment. I rinsed with Judson O2 rinse.
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Thanks Rob, yeah they will get on there eventually. I am a little backed up on my back-office work. I've been out in the field so much I haven't had time to work my marketing stuff. I guess it's a good problem to have. My business is really taking off. It is a cycle though, I get so busy I don't have time for marketing, then things slow down and I get stressed and start marketing like crazy again, then I get busy again. I am trying to find the happy balance. My referral program, thank-you cards, and reminder cards are all starting to work. Now I just need to stop burning myselfDamon those would be great shots for your website. Thanks for sharing.
i very rarely scrub the lines. If its a real nasty floor, i add a few ounces of a local jan/san clear degreaser and let it sit for 20 minutes or so, and the stuff spins off like butter. I can honest to god say i scrub maybe 1 or 2 out of every 50 floors or so since going back to TM fulltime this year.Nice job! I think I'm working to hard. I always scrub the grout lines. Next time I will skip the scrubbing.
What psi did you use? Agitated with what? 175?Okay so here's Tile Master. Decided to try out on the shop floors where I work. This is the best I seen these floors yet. Laid it down with cold water, agitated, dwell for 10 minutes, then extracted.