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Post by bozy6666 on Mon Feb 02, 2015 7:02 am

Hi all just a quick introduction my name is Shaun im from the UK and have been carpet cleaning for over 20 years, and am always interested in new methods, chemicals and advice

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Post by milspec6 on Mon Feb 02, 2015 1:48 pm

Welcome aboard, always glad to see new members. I look forward to hearing about things across the pond. Really cool. Very Happy
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Post by Davey Cracker on Mon Feb 02, 2015 1:54 pm

Welcome, Boy.

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Post by dp1 on Mon Feb 02, 2015 3:27 pm

@Davey Cracker wrote:Welcome, Boy.

The name is Bozy "boy" not "Boy" Razz
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Post by Davey Cracker on Mon Feb 02, 2015 4:58 pm

Woops, sorry about that mistrake.

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Re: First Time

Post by Mo on Mon Feb 02, 2015 7:58 pm

Hi Bozy, What methods do you use?
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Post by bozy6666 on Tue Feb 03, 2015 2:48 am

@Mo wrote:Hi Bozy, What methods do you use?

Hi I use HWE (porty), VLM, Bonnet, Encap, and dry foam using a 150 rpm rotary or CRB but I have been looking at getting a new machine for the encap and bonnet but am torn between an OP or a Cimex from what I understand the OP can be used for both but the Cimex is only for encap but it is better ?

If any of you have any advice or experience I would like to here from you

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Post by milspec6 on Tue Feb 03, 2015 5:57 am

The Cimex is better for large areas as far as production value goes, but it does take up some space in a van or trailer.

I might be wrong as it has been over a decade since being in Europe, but you have some unique limitations regarding vehicles and parking so a large trailer is probably out of the question.

With limited space available, I would look at one of the Op machines that can be folded up to save space. I'm not saying that the Orbot is the answer, but using that as an example, it folds up and fits between the vehicle's seats nicely.

I went with the Orbot about 8 years ago and use it on many surfaces (tile, rubber flooring, concrete, carpet, even stone), so it has been a very versatile machine.

If you are just looking at encap, then the Cimex is still king for production values on large areas.....it just isn't as convenient nor versatile in my experience.
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Post by bozy6666 on Tue Feb 03, 2015 6:34 am

@milspec6 wrote:The Cimex is better for large areas as far as production value goes, but it does take up some space in a van or trailer.

I might be wrong as it has been over a decade since being in Europe, but you have some unique limitations regarding vehicles and parking so a large trailer is probably out of the question.

With limited space available, I would look at one of the Op machines that can be folded up to save space.  I'm not saying that the Orbot is the answer, but using that as an example, it folds up and fits between the vehicle's seats nicely.

I went with the Orbot about 8 years ago and use it on many surfaces (tile, rubber flooring, concrete, carpet, even stone), so it has been a very versatile machine.

If you are just looking at encap, then the Cimex is still king for production values on large areas.....it just isn't as convenient nor versatile in my experience.

Thank you for your advice it is very much appreciated

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Post by Cjcann on Tue Feb 03, 2015 6:37 am

Hey bozy how much Axminster and Wilton do you have to deal with over there? Encap it?
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Post by bozy6666 on Tue Feb 03, 2015 6:46 am

eldiabloz wrote:Hey bozy how much Axminster and Wilton do you have to deal with over there? Encap it?

Hi, not that much really as it is usually up market homes that have this and my work is mainly middle of the road properties and commercial but when we do I do try to encap where ever possible

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Post by Mo on Tue Feb 03, 2015 7:43 am

No doubt the Cimex is king for encapping wide open commercial glued down carpet. But to bulky and aggressive for residential carpet not to mention the machine is a lot heavier than a rotary or OP.

Have you used the rotary with a pad to encap yet? What did you think?
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Post by bozy6666 on Tue Feb 03, 2015 8:10 am

@Mo wrote:No doubt the Cimex is king for encapping wide open commercial glued down carpet. But to bulky and aggressive for residential carpet not to mention the machine is a lot heavier than a rotary or OP.

Have you used the rotary with a pad to encap yet? What did you think?

Not yet just ordered some recommended encap pads and trying some Dynamall and Surround Ultra, hoping for good things

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Post by Mo on Tue Feb 03, 2015 8:08 pm

Order a free samples of the Vackaway line of products you just pay shipping

http://vacaway.com/vaSamplePack/

Wanders Products sell a good encap too some guys here by a 55 gallon at a time not sure if they offer that for UK customers though

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Re: First Time

Post by dp1 on Wed Mar 18, 2015 7:17 am

How do you do sir ? We'll I'd say almost everyone is expert except that one dude you gotta watch out for, I can't mention name but it starts with a D and last name starts with a C, I think he has an avatar called "brutally honest" or something like that Twisted Evil
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Re: First Time

Post by Mo on Wed Mar 18, 2015 7:29 am

@draintecmidland wrote:Hello Everyone.

I am from UK west midlands, I am here to know more about cleaning issues and i think here all members of this forum are experts in Cleaning.I am so much glad to be a part of this forum.

Thank You
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Post by milspec6 on Wed Mar 18, 2015 10:13 am

The asylum gains another patient....welcome, medication time is at 7 and 5 daily. Very Happy
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