Agitation machine

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  1. Sergio
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    Hi guys,
    I bought a Rotowash R30B. I preferred Rotowash to CRB because there is assistance in my country(Italy) but the price is much higher than CRB.
    What do you think about Rotowash and CRB?

    Thanks and best regards
    Sergio
  2. Sergio
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    Sebo 370 + Rotowash + Santoemma Sabrina Maxi + Kemika chem
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    I really like the Duplex crb with steam option. Do you have access to that company?
  5. Sergio
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    Steam is dangerous for dye bleeding?
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    Probably. Think you would have to be careful using a CRB too.
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    great unit..be proud.
  8. Sergio
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    I bought Rotowash r3b 5 days ago. I think its too strong for oriental rugs. It borned for hard floor
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    They should have soft brushes specifically for wool.
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  10. Sergio
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    Yes, i use brushes for wool but i think it is always strong

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