Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by Mikey P, Nov 22, 2016.
Mang is that a bite in the azzz!
An example of carpet dyeing in an RV
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Note: The dates for our Kansas City, Kansas training have changed. The new dates are May 22 - 24, 2016.
Hey that's just down the road from me. You could buy me dinner if you wanted to.
January in NH? Brrrrrr. When I came to America, we stayed with kin in NH. It was COLD!
Mighty pretty, though. A moose came right into town and I got a good close picture with my Brownie box camera. Had no idea how dangerous moose can be, but God protects even young fools.
How about old fools? Or is Marty just lucky?
I will be attending one of Chris' classes this year. Maybe this is the one I need to go to. Would that persuade you to go?
No but I'll come by and buy you & John dinner that night.
Lunches are provided
When I think of all the dog puke spots and bleach spots people show me, free lunch just might be the clincher on this.
This was dog puke
That was a doozy.
The bread and butter of our work is bleach spot repair. We fix 'em every day of the week.
Note: Dates for the Salem, New Hampshire training have changed. New dates are January 16–18, 2017
This is because we will be exhibiting in a booth at the ICE event in Las Vegas January 26 - 27.
Please be sure to stop by our booth to visit us
Dates announced for our Denver, Colorado carpet & rug dyeing class.
March 7 - 9, 2017
ICE? You system works with porty's?
Yes, Desk Jockey. We use portys for all of the full room dyeing, ColorCleans (process that we use in the White House to clean and restore the color in one step), and full room dyeing. A truck mount is not needed for our system.
A portable extractor is the most expensive piece of equipment that's needed. Most carpet cleaners already have a porty. For bleach spot repair and any spot dyeing, only a wet/dry vac is needed. The start-up costs for a carpet dyeing business are extremely low.