pre scrub, even when they aint lookin....you'll sleep better

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  1. Mikey P
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    and you'll have better day's off.



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  2. Matt Wood
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    Mikey. How old are you?
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  3. Steve Lawrence
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    You really shouldn't need to prescrub if you are using a good rotary extractor. Plus, you'll sleep better.
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    I sleep better when I don't work.
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    I need some sleep.....
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  6. Mikey P
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    Since getting the Devastator I think I've used my 360 about four times...
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    I prespray, run the 360i over it with no vacuum hose just to prescrub and after a few minutes, give it da biz.

    That brush head is amazing.
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    You should try using the vapor steamer on it... Heard it works wonders...:stir:


    Tony Wheelwright was a big advocate of using a steamer on upholstery... He had very impressive pictures of what the steamer would do when you super heat your solutions after you spray it on the fabric..:rockon:
  9. Steve Lawrence
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    Too bad for your customers! j/k sort of...
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    380F is too hot for nylon, it makes the yarns unravel. I did that.

    However, it is marvelous on mattresses.
  11. Mark Saiger
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    More power available from a wand or the unit behind a wand can make a difference. And add that little CRB... Mmmm... Good stuff

    There are of course times where the Rotovac and brush head... Just glad I carry it for that moment we need it
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    Don't speculate..
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    I sleep good because I use a vacuum with an edging tool :) :stir:
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  14. Mikey P
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    I bet my edger gets used more than yours..


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  15. Jim Morrison
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    Have you got some real pictures of that unit???
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    Yeah, you win, because that doesn't look like a pain in the ass at all.
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  18. Jim Morrison
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    Looks like a great unit for upholstery.
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    My shark is a very powerful vac for edging and upholstery..when the vac head goes out, ill use exclusively for edging and upholstery. And get the oreck.
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    Dude, I think you need some sleep. :stir:

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