Discussion in 'The Hardware' started by Bob Pruitt, Jan 10, 2017.
Can't wait to use this at Mikey Fest and the Ronald McDonald Houses! Really nice!
Put it to good use, Bob. Its a good production tool.
Just remember that it ain't like the good old ProChem upholstery tool, that could second as a hammer
We are talking upholstery cleaning...right?
We cleaned church pews with a couple of them yesterday. Love those tools. The Prochem was my favorite for years. Still a good high flow tool.
Is that the one that looks like a hair dryer? If so, I've got a pair of them that have got to be 20-25 years old..... The thing looks like a dinosaur..... I keep meaning to try them, just have never gotten around to it......
Can't wait till my new SS uph. Pro gets here......
I think you are thinking of the Kleenrite tools. The Prochem has a great design its just heavy.
I'll take a pic. and post it..... I have no idea who they are made by..... You are probably right.......when I'm @ the shop tomorrow, I will snap a pic of some of the old gear I've got.......
I cleaned with Kleenrite tools for decades. Back in the day, nobody else built a tool designed as well. Its dated now, but in its time it was state of the art.
But that was decades ago.
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Same as the Butler