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We all know what your like.........when you have your foot so far up your ass...........there ain't no one going to pull it out..........everyone is wrong and full of bull...........I for one love to see a fool enjoying himself.

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ADWA I thought steamer only opened his mouth to change feet?
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77748,

Try using Tide to clean some babies clothing the same way you clean carpets or furniture with a hand tool and get ready for the baby to rash up.

Tide must be rinsed more thoroughly than we have the time and capability to do so.

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FACT - Test for yourself

Weigh the gallon of chemical you are using and compare it to the weight of a gallon of water. The closer the weight is to water tells you the true story.

You can buy oats for two prices. Before the horse eats it and after the horse eats it.

Your choice.

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Originally posted by MR. STEAMER MR. STEAMER wrote:

Ted all the above stuff you said is bull... straight up bull

Steamer,

You are right and you are wrong. With a HP Truck Mount and better than 200F heat as you are comparing to you could clean carpets by using NO soap and utilizing the soap residue that is still in the carpet from the last cleaning. Now there is double digit savings.

But what about the vast majority of carpet cleaners who use 100 PSI medium suction and tap water heat. They need a helping hand. Formula 90 Power with 10% Energizer will make them look good and keep customers coming back.

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Originally posted by Adwa Adwa wrote:

Steamer

We all know what your like.........when you have your foot so far up your ass...........there ain't no one going to pull it out..........everyone is wrong and full of bull...........I for one love to see a fool enjoying himself.

WELL I'M LIVING THE VIDA LOCA ....CHICA I'm right...no need to waste my time proving it... I prove it everyday

if my foot is up my ass... your head is up yours...

you can't easily dismiss the truth... no matter how much you don't want to hear it.

soap is only one factor in the whole pie.....

I've been cleaning more than long enough to know... I clean over 1500 homes every single year....for about 10 years or more

with tons of repeats and tons or referrals and never any damage.

and that alone speaks for itself.

I hate to hear BULL S H I T from people that dont have a F'in clue

 



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How is my Tide evaporation test coming along?

I am now calling it the slime-ball test. Looks like it will take a day or so more. That's if it doesn't slide out of the cup.

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Carpetoligist is getting strong now you can start from the beginning of this topic he was sweating bullets strength starting to pick up now. If it does well with all that hocus pocus will you stock it.

I can see there is no way in hell you could say its good because it would be bad for business. Honestly yes or no?  It would be bad. Those other products would collect dust . Profits would drop.

Buy this TM and buy more expensive one and buy Tide it has enzyme.You will save lots of money. TM will pay for itself. The Great Hardini !!! 



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77748,

Thanks for noticing this.

In my case yes I need sales to keep the wheels rolling and pay the rent. But I also consider myself a consultant that offers and can seriously help my clients and potential customers.

I have saved the a** of many carpet cleaners for many years. Especially those armed with little knowledge and those who screwed up by using Grandmothers remedies and Uncle Harry's potions.

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77748... being a carpet cleaner running your own truck. you have to be everything...cleaner...sale rep....repair guy....chemist...

to have a successful business you have to be able to do almost everything.

Smart business always look for cost effective solutions.  I like Ted and Gloria!!! great people.....but my bottom line has no friends.

I'm not saying top run out and use tide... but there are cost effective solutions on the market why not explore them.

Ted 10oz of tide in 1 gallon of water in a hydro force makes great pre-spray.

ph should test around 8.5(pretty neutral)

no residue(or very little)with or without a rinse

no foam up in tank

resoiling NONE

skin safe??? you betcha

 

would I use it as an extraction liquid.... maybe not ...might be stick if not rinsed... but alot of extraction liquids are if not mixed correctly.

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This should be a no-brainer but since Formula 90 sells for $58.55 per gallon and XYZ sells for $15.00 per gallon we sell more XYZ.

In all my years of selling carpet cleaning chemicals and products I have never ever had and inquiry that asked...

"How many sq. ft. can I clean with one gallon of your product?"

Everyone asks "How much money is a gallon?" "Click"

Same goes for pressure on carpet cleaning machines. Our low end out-sells our high-end yet the high-end cleans at least 20% faster.

Now 20% labour savings that's money in the bank. Not to mention more free time.

These are facts you can work out on your own. You don't need me to tell you this.

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Originally posted by 77748 77748 wrote:

I can see there is no way in hell you could say its good because it would be bad for business. Honestly yes or no?  It would be bad. Those other products would collect dust . Profits would drop.

If a lady asked you as a professional carpet cleaner the question:

"Do you think I should rent a supermarket cleaner?"

There is no way in hell you would agree with her. You would professionally provide her with the facts. Yes in business you do what you have to do. Some do it professionally and some do it unprofessionally.

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In my 35 years in this Industry as a professional cleaner AND a manufacturer, I can only tell one that there is one helle'va difference between the cleaning abilities of TIDE and the right (and proper) CLEANING AGENT that was developed for the quicker cleaning and release of dirt and grime in carpeting fabrics. No question.

And, the right product jamed packed with water-softners will cut surface tension unbelievibly well!!!!

For those who believe that they are cutting corners: Better stop kidding oneself with this consumer product (Tide)...because you're not cleaning them (corners)!!!!!!

 

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I hate to do this folks but

IT IS TIME TO STOP HAVING A BATTLE OF WITS WITH AN UNARMED PERSON!

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