When was the last time you used your rotary extractor?

Mikey P

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With the advent of high performance wands, CRBs, and better chemistry, I think these things are going to go the way of the dodo bird..

For us premium wall to wall fags anyways...

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I always used it or a Zipper Spinner. No wands for me. I'm no magician. 😉

Seriously I cut in with a wand, used a wand on the steps to flush better but used either of the two above depending on how soiled it was.
 

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Our cleaning company bought the 4th RX20 made in the mid 80s. It was great for large commercial jobs, both for results and especially for the lack of fatigue our men experienced on multiple thousand square foot jobs.

Bear in mind back then our guys were using the original Prochem Tri-Jet wand, which was like pushing a boat anchor.

I’m not sure if it would have been as impactful if light weight, glided wands and CRBs had been available then.

Still, we loved it and a customer of mine is still running that machine today.
 

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You know they make one with two of those heads on it. At least get two singles. One for each hand. Like skiing.
I bought one of the original RV Powerwand units in 2000. It produced amazing results, but I didn't particularly like the back and forth movements required. So I purchased one of the first StairPro/Swinger units released.
I tore the dual head down and converted to two StairPro''s. Never looked back. Easily the most versatile cleaning attachment in existence.
 
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I bought one of the original RV Powerwand units in 2000. It produced amazing results, but I didn't particularly like the back and forth movements required. So I purchased one of the first StairPro/Swinger units released.
I tore the dual head down and converted to two StairPro''s. Never looked back. Easily the most versatile cleaning attachment in existence.
You clean whole houses with a 7" tool?
 

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