What is your favorite tool on your truck and why?

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Probably my Drimaster upholstery tool is my favorite tool. Why? Because it's very light weight and requires no valve triggering. You just set the water flow where you want it and start cleaning. It takes a tremendous amount of stress off of the operators' hands and arms. I usually set mine with the water flow almost as far down as possible and it does a great job with the proper chemicals. Also, there is no over spray so it reduces chances of getting water on surrounding surfaces. It also has an internal hose for I think about 6 feet that makes it less clumsy to use by keeping the solution hose out of the way.
 

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My pile lifter vacuum why i use before a kirby and i use a more prespray and with the plv i use left prespray , separate the fibers and the people see the diference vs regular vacuum the only con is more heavy to move and my drimaster upholstery tool excelent dry times
 

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Has to be my "Quick Change Sliders".
Nothing better then being able to change the Slide (Glide) to over 10 different styles at any time, to match every carpet situation.

Al
 

rob allen

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My helper






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My powder coated TMF modded wand finished with air brushing.
 
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Probably my Drimaster upholstery tool is my favorite tool. Why? Because it's very light weight and requires no valve triggering. You just set the water flow where you want it and start cleaning. It takes a tremendous amount of stress off of the operators' hands and arms. I usually set mine with the water flow almost as far down as possible and it does a great job with the proper chemicals. Also, there is no over spray so it reduces chances of getting water on surrounding surfaces. It also has an internal hose for I think about 6 feet that makes it less clumsy to use by keeping the solution hose out of the way.

I absolutely agree and the upholstery dries so much faster.
 

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After 20 + years of cleaning, I finally broke down and bought a long handle stair tool. I had been using a detail tool for stairs. I must say that my back really appreciates it. I turned 40 recently and my muscles don't recover and fast as they used to.
My drimaster uph. tool would be my next favorite.
 

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Prouddadx6 said:
My helper was the best answer so far but my Rotovac Power wand can kick butt on the most evil carpet. It works so i don't have too.

So true, a second hand on a job can help you so much! IMO even if you don't make as much profit.......it's still worth it. It saves your back, energy, and sanity!


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