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Matt Wood

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Make us a decent tile wand!!!! I’m tired of fighting the toilets! Yes, I have a small hand tile cleaner out at the truck. But I’m not getting on my knees on this floor.

just a 12”head and a shorter neck Before the swivel is all we need. Conway...this isn’t rocket science. What are you waiting on?

As for the other 3...we’re waiting for a fix

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either get down and clean it with the handheld...or kneel down and beg...either way you're going to be getting on your knees...

everyone has been screaming for a decent tile tool for years now and it just falls on deaf ears.....
 

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When you’ve been in janitorial as long as I have I guess you’re accustomed to getting down and dirty and detail those areas with brushes and towels

most bathroom work, especially in the half bath off kitchens are tight quarters that require edging for best results
 

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When you’ve been in janitorial as long as I have I guess you’re accustomed to getting down and dirty and detail those areas with brushes and towels

most bathroom work, especially in the half bath off kitchens are tight quarters that require edging for best results
Yeah, not for what I charge on those little closets with toilets in them. I'll crawl around on big ticket jobs, but not for those.
 

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The gekko with the removable attachments is probably the best compromise. They have the 4 inch tool and the edger. Not a great tool but as good as it gets for right places. You might want to have the 4 inch tool as a permanent setup and use a better tool for larger areas like a pmf.
 
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Matt Wood

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Larger areas get the spinner. Small bathrooms need a wand that’s only 10”-12” head with a very short stubby neck on the S bend swivel
 

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Make us a decent tile wand!!!! I’m tired of fighting the toilets! Yes, I have a small hand tile cleaner out at the truck. But I’m not getting on my knees on this floor.

just a 12”head and a shorter neck Before the swivel is all we need. Conway...this isn’t rocket science. What are you waiting on?

As for the other 3...we’re waiting for a fix

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PMF stair tool(swivel) with a glide will take care of that area no problem.
 

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In 20 years never used anything for tile cleaning other than a turbo hybrid...The other grout cleaning tools are interesting but lousy...Corners and behind toilets tilt turbo at an angle or use a grout brush (blue Carlisle) to pull out debris and suction
 
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In 20 years never used anything for tile cleaning other than a turbo hybrid...The other grout cleaning tools are interesting but lousy...Corners and behind toilets tilt turbo at an angle or use a grout brush (blue Carlisle) to pull out debris and suction
See!

Incompetent...
 

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either get down and clean it with the handheld...or kneel down and beg...either way you're going to be getting on your knees...

everyone has been screaming for a decent tile tool for years now and it just falls on deaf ears.....
I tilt spray and cuff towel edges and keep moving
 
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LOL ... jitterbug ... man you’re old
Yes!, yes I am.

However when you see and hear it in action it makes more sense.

When I ask the boys to grab it off the truck they instantly know what I want, instead of "turbo this" and "rotary that".

Also great for tenacious wax and paint spills on carpet.
 
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