MB/PMF Grinder...da best.

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  1. Mikey P
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    When are going to auction another one?
    I bid $200.00! :biggrin:
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    I love mine. The only thing I don't like is the max psi on the trigger is 500. Is there a kit to change it to a higher pressure?
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    They make an 800 psi brass valve. Not sure if the plumbing will match up.
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    Nice results.
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    Mine is 1000
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    :eekk:

    Loan it to me. I'll give it back....eventually...well...maybe. :biggrin:
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    Can you tell me what the pmf model # is of the trigger?
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    It's about time to clean our shower. Should I take a video?
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    Call and ask Curt.

    Its an internal design that I would have to take apart only to find out the number isn't stamped on it
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    Just ordered one from John Olson at Superior Cleaning Solutions... really great price too.
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    Did you use just spray an alkaline cleaner and let it dwell? No acid?
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    What is the difference between this tool and a cobra hand tile cleaner?
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    You act like you're busy
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    The cobra doesn't manage a forum?
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    Saiger Free, Chemspec/VersaClean Enzyme boost and some Oxyclean.

    The kitchen was pretty bad
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    Is there any difference between this tool and the cobra or a spinner hand tool?
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    The cobra can be a bit cumbersome and awkward to use in tight areas. If you need to flip it over or use side ways and trigger side ways, that cobra is a pain to use. It's like trying to grab a key and putting it into the ignition and starting up vehicle with an over size mit. Guess that's why it use to be free with the turbo force?

    By the looks of that video PMF tool, breeze to use.
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    Exactly
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    Anyone know the product # of the pmf tool? I can't fine it on superior cleaning's website.

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