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Mikey P

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Tool, gadget, machine or chemistry that make your/our job easier?


and would be something that appeals to 1000s of others and not just 3 weird Canadians...
 

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A training program for employees that will produce efficient consientous quality workers.
 

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they put proper handles on vacuums that get used 10-20 mins each job, but still use the wand tube as a "handle" for the tool that gets used the most.. and the so called ergonomic are a bad afterthought and everyone using a 1.5" is proof of the problem (and no a 1.5 is not the solution)
 
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A 2 inch tube wand, 12 or maybe 13 inch wide, 4 or 6 jets, plastic or titanium, slot glide(f-ing popcorn under couches), that doesn't lock down or at 55 you can push it all day with ease. And be able to suck the dimbles off a golf ball. And not cost a fortune.
 

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I would like to see a wand that is designed to clean stairs while working down the stairs in situations where you need to work against your hose, like working down into a basement.
 
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An edge tool for killing filtration lines (we get them here a lot) that you can use standing up, like a wand.

Maybe it's already around... if that's the case... link please.
 

Nomad74

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An edge tool for killing filtration lines (we get them here a lot) that you can use standing up, like a wand.

Maybe it's already around... if that's the case... link please.
I have one. It does the trick
 
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The filtration edge tool is outstanding
Don’t know whether you are serious or not Marty.
I use one when I do a greasy burger joint.
My helper vacs, I prespray, agitate with a CRB, but find it doesn’t go to the edge. I then use my edging tool @ 700 psi, with the heat cranked....
It works like a charm...
 
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Don’t know whether you are serious or not Marty.
I use one when I do a greasy burger joint.
My helper vacs, I prespray, agitate with a CRB, but find it doesn’t go to the edge. I then use my edging tool @ 700 psi, with the heat cranked....
It works like a charm...
Mine is different though... it was bought from Interlink supply, and is called the gum blaster.
It’s basically a 3” upholstery tool, with a full size 1.5 wand.... the valve is 1000 psi.....
 

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