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  1. SamIam
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    Ps I did a polyester with Reverse nap pooling and damn it was fugky.

    Cleaned it twice and used dinge away still looked bad!

    Should’ve used RA secret formula
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  2. Cleanworks
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    Splash and dash.
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  3. Able 1
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    There is nothing that can be done when the fiber unravels and gets matted.. You guys are great!:lol:
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    Those jobs are the only time when you need that little window on the wand head to show you water is being pulled up. Because on those jobs, I pull off the vac hose to see the water
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    I'm going back out tomorrow for this unit.. Any advice @shadygrady ? You said it could look better, I'm going out there on a Sunday.. Tell me how?? I'll throw anything at it!
  6. steve_64
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    Bawb Vawter do you think I could clean those carpets?
  7. Cleanworks
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    Code Red and a rotovac with brush head. If that doesn't work, gasoline and a match.
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    I'm going with the 175 with the brush, same thing just two steps.. Chemicals aren't the problem.. lol:eekk:
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  9. steve_64
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    You think more aggitation will fix it?

    I'd say it's a product or use of product issue. Not enough of something.
  10. Able 1
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    Nothing will fix it.. It's just crap carpet imo, though we will see.. Might get a shade lighter with the 175, but I'm not Crowly..
  11. Mikey P
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    Snotdasame.


    Untill you've emptied a paint filter after brusheading, you're just speculatin.
  12. Rob Grady
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    Heydere Able1.I am a dedicated fan of the RVSTAIRPRO. I have had and sold the RV360i with the brush head. That combo worked, but not as versatile as the StairPro
    I just received the 360xl from the Charity Auction this week, and it will be in action today. I will have to reserve judgement on it until I get a few jobs under my belt with it.
    That being said, I've had great success with carpet in that condition using the StairPro because of its ability to hover over impacted areas, drawing the soils up and out before they know what hits them. The cleaning head locks right to the carpet, encapsulating all the hear available without throwing the sand around sideways like the brush-head can.
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    Long story/short. I credit the cleaning ability of the StairPro to the design of its cleaning head. To bad a larger version isn't available for the 360i & XL.
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    It might have gotten better(though I didn't have the kitchen light on in the first pic).. 20171112_110651.jpg
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    Bumbai uncle shoyu....:lol:

    It's the same thing when people who don't have a AT/V speculate on it... If you haven't used one, then that's Known unknowns....:stir:
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    If it's not clean by now, it never will be.
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