Did you cuff the bullnose?
Wouldn't work here. You'd end up with brown noses.I run the glide along it side to side on my way down the first time.
This staircase is at my Marine base where I do the upstairs carpet first then all the vinyl downstairs. I get to feel the carpet as they dry over the next hour, which is really f'n fast, bullnose included. Never had a redo there in 90 plus visits.
Been doing it this way for longer then I can recall, as do my 4 techs.
I don't see how the glide is going to get the whole bull nose, especially the lower part. Seems like it would be a bit of a struggle. When I am cuffing the bullnose, I can really feel a lot of moisture on the lower part. I would have to reverse the wand to get at it. Just seems easier to cuff it.
I do tend to get them quite wet if they are heavily soiled. Some times I even scrub with a brush.The key is to not to over wet ot in the first place.
ESPECIALLY noses that are severely hard packed with dried mud.
You aint getting it all out sork out disengaging the carpet and pit washing, so just clean ...." enough"....