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    Posted: 10/March/2009 at 5:25pm

Pad cleaning, Encap, Cimex cleaning is all impressive. But, what happens when your customer is bold enough to ask "Where does the dirt go?"

If you can explain the Encap low moisture side of cleaning and give him or her a logical explanation and they swallow it you are a better sales person than I. Most of my potential customers look at me as though I just gave them a line of bullsh*t.

The new technology from Nobles is called ReadySpace. This is an alternative cleaning unit to Pad-Bonnet, Cimex, showerfeed brush that offers you all of the above plus extraction. Results being more soil removal and a bucket of dirty water to show your customer. Now you have speed, quality, a one man operation and the answer to the question as to "Where does the dirt actually go?"

This unit is a true clean forward or backwards extraction system with a new twist.

A - One man cleans 3000 sq. ft. per hour.
B - Uses approximately 6 gallons of water to do it.
C - Carpet virtually dry in 20 minutes.

This is truly a one-man unit. The money you save from paying the hired help will buy two per year for you or leave more profit in your pocket.

Now, keep in mind that this unit is being sold as a maintenance machine and it is not for extremely soiled houses yet you can connect a wand and hose to it for more severe soil cleaning.

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like to try it anyways
 
how do you clean them little rollers??
 
be a good addition for someone with alot of commercial contracts or a janitorial/CC biz
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you could not see any difference behind the machine as she casually strolled along??
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Nobles makes good equiptment.. The money we all could have saved..!!!
 
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Just seems like a fancy Vacuum Cleaner to me.......................
 
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Originally posted by Steaminpile Steaminpile wrote:

 
how do you clean them little rollers??
 
 
The rollers are self-cleaning since they flush and vacuum themselves. Just run the unit for a few seconds on a clean floor or carpet.
 
Or, they take three seconds to remove and replace so you can soak them if you feel it necessary.
 
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It looks like it is  geared for janitorial or institutional work by an in-house staff, for periodic maintenance. I can't see anyone actually paying you to walk around their house with it.
It's a one dimensional machine....I'll pass.
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IT WILL put all you pro's out of bizness Downer
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Thats funny Ken.. LOL
 
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What if we're not pro's???Shocked

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Originally posted by cmaster cmaster wrote:

What if we're not pro's???Shocked


Then you will just have to go outta business faster wont you.
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I sure hope they have improved it, because the demo I saw at Connections a while back did not impress me. Jeff Bishop was pushing it at that time.  A Cimex in a side by side cleaning did a 100 times better job. The principle is great the results at that time where not the good. Ted let me know if they have improved the cleanability of the this process
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Cimex is great if its well vacuumed
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