The CRB/Tom Wand fad is wrong.

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Nothing out cleans a brush head RE.


I went months with out using my 360iBH due to how well the CRBTW actually does work but my rib hurts worse than a Canadian humor so I whipped out the i from deep within the Transit, and once the jets got unplugged, I remembered just how amazing and rip friendly this thing is.


Especially on crazy cat lady homes where there are glow in the darks everywhere and you have to much class to use a fooken water claw.
 
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Nothing out cleans a brush head RE.


I went months with out using my 360iBH due to how well the CRBTW actually does work but my rib hurts worse than a Canadian humor so I whipped out the i from deep within the Transit, and once the jets got unplugged, I remembered just how amazing and rip friendly this thing is.


Especially on crazy cat lady homes where there are glow in the darks everywhere and you have to much class to use a fooken water claw.
My crb collects most of time since I got my re's
 

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Some of us just plodded along as usual. But the 360i and the 12” Devastator make a killer combo, even with the portable. Today’s job:
 

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We ran all CRB + wand both trucks for the last year or so... but recently decided to go back to the 360i, it really does out clean a wand any day. If you can get over the 20 minutes it adds to a job its really worth it.

I demo'd the XL and its way too big/bulky plus the motor sticks up so high so decided to put the 15inch head on the 360i and loving it... really light weight but still covers ground fast.

probably will burn the motor up faster but who cares as long as it lasts for a few hundred jobs. Its actually lighter than the 360i with metal shoes
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We ran all CRB + wand both trucks for the last year or so... but recently decided to go back to the 360i, it really does out clean a wand any day. If you can get over the 20 minutes it adds to a job its really worth it.

I demo'd the XL and its way too big/bulky plus the motor sticks up so high so decided to put the 15inch head on the 360i and loving it... really light weight but still covers ground fast.

probably will burn the motor up faster but who cares as long as it lasts for a few hundred jobs. Its actually lighter than the 360i with metal shoesView attachment 86743
No need to 360 an entire house. Use it for the high traffic areas and wand everything else.
 

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its all about the show for the customer.. if its an empty we wont.

Not having used it in so long I forgot how much people enjoy watching the clear tube turn brown
 

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Nothing out cleans a brush head RE.


I went months with out using my 360iBH due to how well the CRBTW actually does work but my rib hurts worse than a Canadian humor so I whipped out the i from deep within the Transit, and once the jets got unplugged, I remembered just how amazing and rip friendly this thing is.


Especially on crazy cat lady homes where there are glow in the darks everywhere and you have to much class to use a fooken water claw.
You’re blamimg your rib pain on this? That’s funny
 
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We ran all CRB + wand both trucks for the last year or so... but recently decided to go back to the 360i, it really does out clean a wand any day. If you can get over the 20 minutes it adds to a job its really worth it.

I demo'd the XL and its way too big/bulky plus the motor sticks up so high so decided to put the 15inch head on the 360i and loving it... really light weight but still covers ground fast.

probably will burn the motor up faster but who cares as long as it lasts for a few hundred jobs. Its actually lighter than the 360i with metal shoesView attachment 86743
Love the RED turbo dryer from Dry Ease (stupid spell check). And I'm in Ann Arbor!
 

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His rib is broken .....think that is self diagnosed....but either way it hurts

This led him to pull out the rv360i with the brush head

He once again discovered how it cleans especially rat nasties
If its self diagnosed he should get an xray.

My chiropractor put my rib back in spine correctly again last week. Feels like a break when it happens. Worked with it for a month before I went to see him.
 

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What he must have meant was:
Dear Jimmy, (notice the red color for flyover states)
Bury that emotional bullcrap deep down a supress it. Be a man, and I don’t mean a snowflake pansy bay area liberal man. Go out and get mad, kick your dog, and run traffic lights at 1am in your diesel burning 1-ton truck.
 

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I wonder where all the SS HOSS re's went?

that was the whoopty-doo RE that replaced the 360I as board de jour fav

haven't heard a word about them in a long while

..L.T.A.
I tried the HOsS at a local distributor and thought it was a mediocre cleaning tool that was too heavy

Nothing beats the versatility of the 360i brush head and it's light enough that you pull it off the truck
 

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Bury that emotional bullcrap deep down a supress it. Be a man, and I don’t mean a snowflake pansy bay area liberal man. Go out and get mad, kick your dog, and run traffic lights at 1am in your diesel burning 1-ton truck.
Or eat a steady diet of baconators until the most strenuous activity you partake in daily pushing out a fat stool
 

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