Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by Cleanworks, Jun 28, 2018.
The 1200 psi models are good for tiles but lack the vacuum power for carpets.
You are right about that. They didn't tell me that. Need to figure out what to do with it...kind of worthless.
Good for small tile jobs in condos you can't reach with the TM. A little frustrating bealcause you go through the cleaning solution so fast at 1200 psi. A autofill/pumpout would help. Can use with a tile spinner.
Oh I’m pretty sure I know how to use one!
Still no way!
But if I did I would Crb rinse and drop fans!
I would rather vacuum 15 crb then vibe
I wonder who else in that market would work an intellient, well thought out business plan like that? Isn't there some handsome young guy named Willy in that area that's been doing that for years ?
Don't know any handsome young guy by that name.
Your friend is an Idiot!
You're fat and ugly
BS---you would just hire some of your relatives to do the real work and you would just hang around and translate....
Kinda like how it works now?
A portable? Couldn't that to anyone!
In the last week I've not made less than 125 an hour and as much as 200 an hour running a porty. Dick Richard I can see where your coming from. With nothing but one story sod houses and dug outs as well as the double wides for the wealthy in Kansass, there's no nèed. Do you fertilize the "carpets" as an add on or is that an extra?
Yep not many with indoor shitters round here.
Look how tiny that vehicle looks compared to the house.
Can't you afford a decent size van?
Today my first 2 jobs were $400 each done with a TM. My next one was $250 done with a portable and my last one was $150 done with a portable. How many of you guys are willing to turn up your nose at $400 for 2.5 hours work?
Long after the money is counted a man still has to sleep at night.
If it means using a portable, I'll pass. Money ain't everything.
I sleep just fine on my wad of cash earned with my porty. The pile I earned with my TM is too lumpy
I bet he is actually very smart!
In a city with a lot of highrises, limited parking and companies not willing to use a portable-- he could make a lot of money.
to survive, you need to adapt to your environment-- the dodo bird couldn't adapt- so it became extinct.
My guy would like to get more portable jobs because those customers usually tip very good and his total commission is very impressive---
How did you get a picture of my garden shed.? And then defile it with that pissy little dinky toy van. I' m going to have my team of barristers look into legal action.
Clean comes by taxi...!