Simple fact.

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I believe you are over thinking it or just lack the experience. I grew up as a kid running a 175 scrubber, so control is second nature to me.

However it's no big issue with a Cimex, especially if you flush the carpet free with a Zipper. 😎
 

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Call me Mr Certainty and Safety here but I don't feel as if I have enough control of the precise amount of prespray needed for each section of the carpet.

When doing vim with an orbit, I presprayed first.
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Walk faster for less juice slower for more.
 
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My plastic swivel on my multisprayer broke now I’m using a blister sprayer.

What I’ve noticed is most sprayer need a little polish to be good and last.

Tighten fittings replace draw
Hose ect ect.
 

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By the way....

Can anyone help me buy a Devastator wand? I can’t get anyone to call me back. I’ve tried for a few days. I got a text back asking if I was still awake, to which I responded “I sure am”, but haven’t heard back.

I started trying to buy one almost three days ago.

It’s extremely frustrating.

Carry on....
 
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I was 8 years old when we passed through there. It was pretty back then. I think there was a wall around the city. lol Really!

Googled it but couldn't find anything. ???
 
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Have you been honing your craft with that pos Dirt Dragon?
I've already cleaned 5 areas with it in only 45min. Sent my customer a video of the process and she was amazed that I did more than just a mop. That was my first job, so I think it was a little slow. My goal on 5 areas will be 20-30min, which will range my numbers close to $200/hr

My big hardwood job that I bought this machine for is tomorrow. You'll know whether I'm right or wrong, and I'm really gonna have fun thumping your head with your comments if you're wrong
 

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Refresh my memory about the footage of your #bigjob.
Well, it's big for me. Probably very small from your point of view.

It's a 35X75 hardwood floor in a restaurant dining room floor. about 2/3 of the floor is very old and has several areas that look terrible from golfers walking on it in their golf cleats back in the mid 1950's. The other 1/3 of it is a newer pine hardwood that shouldn't give me any problems. I plan on cleaning or removing any acrylic finish on it before I use Basic's liquid bonding Tykote and 2 coats of Streetshoe Gloss on it.
 
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Take lots of before and after


Jimmy likes watch Cleaning videos while sitting out on his porch.

talking the squirrels , sipping a malt licker and puffin endlessly on his swisher sweets
 
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That’s good size. I was concerned about the cord of course🤷🏼‍♂️ Geez I hate cords on #bigfloors. I would sand screen, but.
 

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