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    Posted: 03/November/2009 at 10:55am
I am looking to purchase an air mover-2 questions-brand?  I am looking at Royal or Powerflite-and don't know about reliability. Also only purchasing one to start-plan on cleaning room-let it go and head to next room. I am curious as to how effective they are? Thanks in advance!
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If you are in the states, try getting a Dri-Eaz AirPath Carpet Dryer. JonDon carries them and you see one at http://www.jondon.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=31358&osCsid=ef02d602bded8cf713af129eff09a12d
You can dry one room while the next one's being cleaned! And at $525 USD for what you want, a doable deal.  The little cheap ones people look at have their place speeding up the drying of spot treatments or cooling off the technician.  That is about it.
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Buy the Dri Eaze product. My first airmover died last month. It was only 17 years old.Cry
You wont find much better return on investment than those little blue soldiers. Pay for themselves after 12 days hire and last 17 years.Clap
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Ok guys, thanks for the quick response :) Appreciate the expert advice!
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I will definitely try a dry easy airpath carpet Dyer if it can dry room that quick I definitely will take it and it will make the customers a lot happier thanks for the info
http://Www.sandiegocarpetrepairandcarpetdying.com - san diego carpet repair
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