HydraMaster Introduces the Evolution Glided Upholstery Tool

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June 26, 2018


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HydraMaster Introduces the Evolution Glided Upholstery Tool


The Evolution Glided Upholstery Tools has a rotationally molded head with a Delrin® Glide. This durable, rotationally molded tool is lighter than conventional steel upholstery tools, reducing hand and wrist fatigue in upholstery cleaning. The 4" head has a single angled jet spray.

· The cleaning angle of the single jet shears across the fabric rather than directly down onto it reducing your chances of over-wetting.

· The Evolution Glided Upholstery Tool was designed to smooth airflow and boost water recovery performance as compared to the harsh angles of a steel tool. This laminar like airflow design improves airflow, increases extraction performance, and reduces drying time.

· The shape of the tool is ergonomically designed to reduce operator fatigue and ensure proper recovery when cleaning surfaces with unique geometry.

· The Delrin® glide is mounted to the rotationally molded tool head for airtight fit and no slippage. This plastic glide is less likely to develop burrs than a steel tool head which could damage delicate upholstery fabrics. Also, the glide can be replaced when worn. Best of all, the glided head moves across the upholstery fabric better and increases water recovery.

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For more information, on the EVOLUTION GLIDED UPHOLSTERY TOOL, visit www.hydramaster.com

For more information on HydraMaster, contact your local HydraMaster Distributor, visit our web sites at www.hydramaster.com or call us at 1-800-426-1301.

For more information on this press release:

Contact Doyle Bloss, Marketing and Brand Manager for HydraMaster at doyle.bloss@hydramaster.com
 
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KevinD

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If the people that designed those tools actually used them everyday they would not use that short of whip solution line with a quick that will drag over everything and catch on everything you are cleaning.
Same with the new mytee tool.
I had John Olson make me up some 16' (1/8") whip lines to eliminate the quick connect at the end of the hand tools and it actually makes them easier and lighter to use.
 

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Bane, Cobra, truckmount, encrap, anything else you can think of. Chimps, monkeys, even grandkids:hopeless:
 

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If I am not mistaken.
Keep the tool well protected so that the Derlin glide does not get scratched, as unlike teflon it will not "self heal" and smooth out. If it happens it could scratch or tear the fabric.

Correct me if I'm wrong.
 

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I find on large sqft jobs I'm actually faster with the HWE than Encapping. Especially if there is a ton of cubicles to go in and out of.
 
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If I am not mistaken.
Keep the tool well protected so that the Derlin glide does not get scratched, as unlike teflon it will not "self heal" and smooth out. If it happens it could scratch or tear the fabric.

Correct me if I'm wrong.
Ps Fred corrected you the glides replaceable.

Actually Doyle in the video said that!

And for only two fiddy you can rock one!
 

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