Thank you for the new Sapphire Scientific Upholstery Tool!

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  1. Bob Pruitt
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    Can't wait to use this at Mikey Fest and the Ronald McDonald Houses! Really nice!
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    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 :winky:
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    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.
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    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......
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    Can't wait till my new SS uph. Pro gets here......
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    I think you are thinking of the Kleenrite tools. The Prochem has a great design its just heavy.
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    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.......
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    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.
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    But that was decades ago.
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    Uhh huh. I know this deep sheeet!

    I said this deep sheet!

    Read it, know it, live it! ooker! :biggrin:
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    Same as the Butler

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