RX 20 Pad / Bonnet Driver Head

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Any body have experience using their RX20 with the pad driver head? Any feedback? Mainly look at using it as a bonnet tool for excess moisture drying on CGD after HWE. Not really looking at for encapping because I have a Cimex already.
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Is faster rpm the a 175 a big deal if you just do it quick / small amount of time? Example may be some bonnet extra moisture drying in "chair" areas of empty office space that needed some extra cleaning effort. I would guess the down side of faster is don't leave it on area of carpet to long because it may friction burn or damage the fiber in some way?
 
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Any body have experience using their RX20 with the pad driver head? Any feedback? Mainly look at using it as a bonnet tool for excess moisture drying on CGD after HWE. Not really looking at for encapping because I have a Cimex already.
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Get a 175. Your RX is too expensive to wear it out doing a cheap tool's job.
 

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Thinking about making a pad driver you can just drop the rx-20 on top of with out changing heads. Something that cradles the vac slots tightly and is low profile. mostly for agitation not encap.
 

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