When's the last time you scrubbed with one of these?

Desk Jockey

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Decades.

The brush version worked pretty good for scrubbing but then it needed hosed down before you could groom with it.

Steamway used to sell a deck type brush that worked pretty well for scrubbing. However it was a lot of work if you were cleaning large areas.
 
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It's sitting in my shed. But I used my crb today on some trashed p0ly.

and I accidentally pricked my finger with a dirty finger blood pricker thingy that the diabeetus left on the floor for me. The damn thing looked like a lego.
 
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We'll probably buy one (crb) for tile cleaning at some point to replace the 175, but I don't believe we will ever use it for carpet cleaning.
We always rake in the prespray but that takes about a minute per room.
Not interested in adding another step or piece of equipment to the process.
Superstar O/O is not the goal.

We have a 360i for the trashed ones.
 
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We'll probably buy one (crb) for tile cleaning at some point to replace the 175, but I don't believe we will ever use it for carpet cleaning.
We always rake in the prespray but that takes about a minute per room.
Not interested in adding another step or piece of equipment to the process.
Superstar O/O is not the goal.

We have a 360i for the trashed ones.
Start using the CRB for scrubbing in your prespray and you'll leave the 360 in the garage.
 
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I’ve never used one to scrub. Am I missing something?

If it’s all the same to you guys, I think we will stick with what we do....
 
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CRB is AMAZING, nothing else digs out hair etc like it does.

I have 175's, RX 20, hoss. NONE of them do what a crb does effortlessly.
I preached about how well the host machines worked for scrubbing and it fell on deaf ears. Now it's a thing. Are there any royalties coming my way?
 

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I remember using one of those to scrub in my early days. Something about those things wore me out more than anything when I used it to scrub, instead of groom. I hated it
 

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I love it when I find stores and businesses with an open box of these laying around..


For some reason all of mine starts smelling like old fish after a couple of uses
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Number 1--SINGLE USE ONLY

Number 2 - Stick a wad of gum in your beek

Number 3- Don't east sardines for lunch
# 4- don’t be a cheap ass, buy a fabric one, AND WASH IT AFTER USE...

I’ve got one in each personal vehicle, 4 in the work van, and 2 spares at home.. brand new, still in the package...
 
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