Prefered spinner tool for T&G

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  1. carpetcleaner
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    What spinner tool do you prefer for T&G? If you don't like spinner tools, what do you use?
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    Turbo Hybrid!
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    I agree by far turbo hybrid.
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    I don't know about By Far, but yeah...
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    I do, and I mean by FAR the turbo hybrid!
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    We have a couple of each and the seem to clean the same. I like Turbo more only because the handle feels more solid.

    "By far" yeahhh quite an exaggeration! :winky:
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    I like whatever's in the van.
    By far!
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    Only a fool would think its the tool...or maybe I should say only a tool could be such a fool. :winky:

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    The perfect two shots between the tools by the bafoon above, you see how the turbo will get under the toe kick as to where the sx suction hoses won't allow for it.

    I have not used the newer one yet but a few that have, have commented they still like the turbo better.
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    I do appreciate the early 1900s era pics by the bafoon above, thanks BAFOON!
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  11. Matt Wood
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    All I use is a tile wand and have no desire for a spinner

    The only spinner I've used is the mytee one with the stupid single handle that was too fat to get under toe kicks

    When I found out that a tile wand half the price of a spinner provided the same results as a spinner, and was able to clean right at the edge of the floor/walls, I haven't had the desire to buy a spinner

    I'm just patiently waiting for Tom to hurry his ass up to get the tile swivel wand ready
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    So what you're saying is you don't know but "hear say" is what you are repeating?

    No no Mr Dealtimeman, we want the words straight from the horses mouth, not an a*s. Wrong AMnimal. :winky:
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    Listen, I understand you come from the age before time and you have seen dinosaurs but no one cares, AND I MEAN NO ONE!!!!!

    Look at your pics and you can see.

    Even Mikey has stated before that he like the turbo much better in many ways.

    If he has forgotten I can use the search button just like you can, dang what's with the all the baboons these days!
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    LOL
    I don't know, dinosaurs might be a stretch.

    Might. :redface:
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    Let me repeat...spinners are overrated
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    Spinners belong hooked up to a pressure washer cleaning a sidewalk, not ceramic tile
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    All I know is I cleaned a boat load of tile today with the old school Gecko wand. Thing is straight garbage.
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    I've got a tile wand.
    It's great on vinyl and wood.
    I've got two spinners.
    They're better on tile.
    I don't have a TM in a trailer so I know what I'm talking about.
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    Lol.

    Using a tile wand on wood tells me you're a bigger IDIOT than I am

    Wood only gets a 175 with a pad or bonnet or both

    How many times have you gifted your customer beautiful crowned edges on their hardwood?

    Don't waste your money on a spinner.
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