Is there a gadget that this industry is missing?

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  1. JohnHawkP
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    Thanks buddy

    I remember when it was first invented but didn't know it was still around.

    It looks sturdier than Version 1 as well.
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  2. NobleCarpetCleaners
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    hell yes a better upholstery tool and vacuum cleaner that hits into the bleachers every time.... and there is no tile rinsing wand/tool that gets right to the baseboards and right in the corner and skinny's down to go around the toilet. f... yes there's tools that are missing.....
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  3. Matt Wood
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    Just find me a good quart sized pump up sprayer and I’ll be good
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    You are stuck on making a difficult solution to a simple problem.
  5. Cleanworks
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    Be nice to see something like a zipper with a spring loaded cylindrical brush in the middle that you could easily push back and forth.
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    Like a Zipperized-CRB?
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    Exactly. Either one rotating brush or 2 small counter rotating brushes. One of my favorite all time powerwashing was the old rug Doctor power brush. Slow because you used it like a Drag Wand. Effective because of the scrubbing action. Imagine if you could push something like that back and forth like a zipper

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