Is this a BrushPro or a StrongDry?

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  1. Nomad74
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    So hard to tell now with everyone slapping their little stickers on everything.

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    You just can’t answer normal and say BrushPro? And good morning :).
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    More specifically, brush pros have sealed motors, this model does not have a sealed motor.
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    So if I use it to scrub grout i’ll get the living crap shocked out of me?
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    No, nonsealed motors can run in 1/2” of water no problem. The sealed motor crbs can run in 2”

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    I learn something everyday. Thanks guys. And Meg
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    That is an Austrian made carpet cleaner America imported crb. #thegoodstuff #wontfallapartaslongasyoudoalittlemaintanence/Cleaningfrequently!
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    Yeah the CCA product.
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    Silly little tools for insecure cleaners
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    Makes carpets smells so much better tho...
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    Is that what lazy goobers say to convince themselves.....
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    Ill get back with you after my nap
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    Have had one since 03 and it get very limited use. Just a trend like all those idiots that used those little fans every where. WHERE ARE THEY NOW? THEY ARE SITTING IN THEIR GARAGE COLLECTING DUST!
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    If you and nappy had bought 10s you would use them every day.
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    I use my 15" everyday. Sorry Mike. I'm not ready to give up 5" on every stroke of every job. Marty. You really need to get one. It will make a difference. Mine is about to die so I've got my feelers out for a new one soon. I would like a 10" so my son can help me on jobs a little more. The 15" is just a little too heavy for him.
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    Reg Rogers sells different models to interlink (our specs and Brush Pro brand name) and the Brush Encap brand sold by Excellent Supply. Both built by the same manufacturer in Austria. Different machines. Both good quality.
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    Yeah their the pro version, more water proof, gears are better protected. That's what Reg told me in Scottsdale. More suitable in wash pit for rug or constant tile&grout cleaning.
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    Which one is better? I’m so damn cornfused.
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    Neither really, one is just more water proof and cost more. Pro35 is 14 inch and pro45 is 18 inch.

    Tm3 10"
    Tm4 15"
    Tm5 20"
    And cost less.... by a -$1000 depending on distributor.
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    The pro version also have way more brush options too, like 5 choices.

    Tm3/4/5 only have 3..
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    Well hell. Screw it. I’m using a Grandy brush.
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