Discussion in 'the Hot Seat Interviews' started by Mikey P, Nov 27, 2008.
Anyone wanna buy a Cimex????
THAT'S why I love Mardee
What the heck are you talkin about Marty?
I have NEVER suggested encap for residential.
I have ONLY ever promoted encap for commercial.
Encapsulation rocks for commercial carpet maintenance!
And an occasional HWE flush on commercial carpet is a good idea too.
That has always been my position toward encapsulation (you silly fool). :roll:
There's a thread on your board right now about encap cleaning berber carpets.
As of right now, you have allowed it to go on without saying a word.
NOW we are finally getting to know Marty, a dumbass who is confused and mixed up pretty much all of the time. Everything he has tried has not worked, blamed either the machine or the method but never considered the on obvious common factor - MARTY himself.
Don't forget the parking brake Pigman.
Actually Marty, olefin berber is one place where I would make a singular exception and consider recommending the encap method for residential carpet. Olefin berber wicks like a pig (no pun intended Marty). And encapsulation cleaning technology can do a terrific job retarding the wicking process of olefin berber. Whether it's used as a shampoo method, as a bonnet/OP method, or as a HWE method - the crystallizing polymer in a good encap detergent can accomplish some pretty impressive stuff when it comes to berbers.
P.S. That's not to say that encapsulation chemistry could never be used on residential carpet. In fact, I use it exclusively on my own home, and our white carpet looks perfect. However I don't recommend encap as a stand alone method to the masses for residential carpet, because I know that folks will invariably push the system way beyond what it's intended for and it may not produce the results they hoped to achieve. So I prefer to recommend it for what I know it's best suited for, COMMERCIAL. That has always been what I've recommended.
I rest my case.
So Marty, why is ok for Vac A Steve to encap residential yet not Rick?
Marty is always right just ask him...
and then some.......
I never said it was ok for Steve to do so. While Steve is guilty of doing that, he is NOT guilty of the greater sin ... the sin of promotion. Steve has never once, to my knowlege, tried to entice others to do so, or promoted the practice in any way.
Steve goes to great pains to NOT be seen as self-promoting, even when it may cost him money.
Compare THAT to the others mentioned.
Have you ever shampooed a olefin berber in a home?
no pets, no kids, just slightly dingy white carpet.
I suspect everyone who owns any sort of encap equipment has done so at some point in the learning curve.
Everybody has, at some point in their lives, unknowingly done other things that just aren't right, and there's no sin in that. It's when they continue doing so, after they know it's wrong, that makes them a true shampoo artist.
BROTHER PASS THE SNAKES AND YOU WILL BELIEVE!
Believe! Testify Brother Jimmy! I just saw you raise a thread from the dead! Praise Prophet Jimmy!
Lol....I was just reading this last night!
There are snake oils in those encap products so Marty knows what he is talking about.
Marty Sutley, what are you views on encap now??