Wow, indeed!

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But really, divide a dirty room in half, use whatever TOOPPZZZ, machine on one half and use an ORBOT on the other half.

Spend the same amount of time on both sides and tell me which side is more clean.

Im surprised your testing doesnt prove a 175 to be the better cleaner...






BTW, your mind determines the outcome in these silly experiments..
 

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As for offsets and pads, I use an ECO-14 and run it with 20” or 18” pads. Why? Because the Trinity star-circle sewn pads last longer than the other brands and come no smaller than 20”. Turns out that the extra diameter rubs dirty carpet better.

Note for the pious and the oblivious: That was a double entendre. WhaddIgottado? Draw a picture?
 

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Lets simplify to the tune of 100..


55% HWE goobers with no clue, maybe a pump up

30% same goobs but with portables

10% One method VLMrs with no clue

3% Multi Method Professionals

2% MMPs with MFB.


and I'm being generous.
 

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I very rarely tell you gentleman that I’m right, because I rarely am...

But when soil extraction is the goal when using VLM... cotton wins.
 

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So all marketing hype is true n your eyes or only that which aagrees with your argument
Anyone who knows Damon Williams will know he only speaks the truth. Damon sells all of it, so he doesn’t care what you buy.

And he’s truly a VLM expert.
 

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Since this has turned into a discussion about pads and bonnets - here's a video I recently shot on this topic. It covers the gamut.

Hey, since you’re here, is it possible to make a decent encap in powdered form?

I love your Punch product, but it gets expensive at 6-8 oz per gallon. I’ve used it as a HWE/VLM hybrid pre-spray.
 
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Short answer, no. We don't have any way to produce a "powdered-product" that would dry down to a crystallizing encapsulation residue. All of our raw ingredients are liquids. And Releasit products are formulated with a high percentage of polymer (which is also liquid). So a powdered "true encap" product is out of the question.
 

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Short answer, no. We don't have any way to produce a "powdered-product" that would dry down to a crystallizing encapsulation residue. All of our raw ingredients are liquids. And Releasit products are formulated with a high percentage of polymer (which is also liquid). So a powdered "true encap" product is out of the question.
Makes sense, thanks.

So, what about these “encap” products that are powdered?

I’m specifically meaning Radical Rinse from Bonnet Pro.
 

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Short answer, no. We don't have any way to produce a "powdered-product" that would dry down to a crystallizing encapsulation residue. All of our raw ingredients are liquids. And Releasit products are formulated with a high percentage of polymer (which is also liquid). So a powdered "true encap" product is out of the question.
why not?, Magic Wand does......
 

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