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Mikey P

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I also edge when I vacuum


Big deal You're leaving way more soil behind with your whole glide then if you would have used the slot so there's hardly a trade-off.

Customers can edge their own carpet if the carpet cleaners too lazy to get to it.

But they can't remove deep down soil that if your vision allowed you could clearly see a slot glide does better or moving than the hole
 
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Big deal You're leaving way more soil behind with your whole glide then if you would have used the slot so there's hardly a trade-off.

Customers can edge their own carpet if the carpet cleaners too lazy to get to it.

But they can't remove deep down soil that if your vision allowed you could clearly see a slot glide does better or moving than the hole
Dev glide is better
 

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Big deal You're leaving way more soil behind with your whole glide then if you would have used the slot so there's hardly a trade-off.

Customers can edge their own carpet if the carpet cleaners too lazy to get to it.

But they can't remove deep down soil that if your vision allowed you could clearly see a slot glide does better or moving than the hole
I've been trying to tell these weaklings this for years. It's about damn time you agreed with me. If they can't handle the suction of a slotted glide, then they need to get a tm with a 36blower, and quit acting like they're doing something with those glides that have pinholes in them
 

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It still pisses me off that I can't suck up air-soft and bb pellets with my slotted glides also. And I'm sure you're still being ignant on that topic too.
 
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Mikey P

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It still pisses me off that I can't suck up air-soft and bb pellets with my slotted glides also. And I'm sure you're still being ignant on that topic too.
Funny you should say that.



Tom Conway does a lot of apartment work and those pellets are the very reason he designed his glides with a 7mm opening.

7mm openings destroy elbows, shoulders and wrists.
 
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no, you're just too cheap to find out the truth.

Tom started offering 4mm openings like ours but there are other things still "wrong" with his glides.



Stick with your hole glides and their interior cleaning Marty, IDGAS but maybe a 4th pair of glasses would help you see what's really going on.
 

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Funny you should say that.



Tom Conway does a lot of apartment work and those pellets are the very reason he designed his glides with a 7mm opening.

7mm openings destroy elbows, shoulders and wrists. Yes
Funny you should say that.



Tom Conway does a lot of apartment work and those pellets are the very reason he designed his glides with a 7mm opening.

7mm openings destroy elbows, shoulders and wrists.
I file my slots out a little bigger. @Matt Wood
 
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