While I dont condone this, the WAND trumps all.

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Cant afford to spend time pre vacuuming?, Prespray like crazy, clean at 600 psi with an 8 flow High Performance wand (Prochem TI, Sapphire Ti, Devastator, or similar) a rinse agent and a slow, very deliberate cleaning pass or two and even slower dry passes,, which is where the Devastator window comes in oh so fookin handy, and 95% of the time you'll be golden.

Too lazy or cheap to pre scrub? Prespray like crazy, clean at 600 psi with an 8 flow High Performance wand (Prochem TI, Sapphire Ti, Devastator, or similar) a rinse agent and a slow, very deliberate cleaning pass or two and even slower dry passes,, which is where the Devastator window comes in oh so fookin handy, and 95% of the time you'll be golden..

Your prespray sucks?, clean at 600 psi with an 8 flow High Performance wand (Prochem TI, Sapphire Ti, Devastator, or similar) a REALLY GOOD rinse agent and a slow, very deliberate cleaning pass or two and even slower dry passes,, which is where the Devastator window comes in oh so fookin handy, and 95% of the time you'll be golden.




I'm just absolutely amazed at what this Dev wand does.
 

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Well. I suppose this is news to all but most carpet cleaners that just use a wand..........

next you'll have to use an old wand cause you forgot the dev somewhere and you'll discover it works just fine, although much cheaper, 95% of the time
 

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I am not buying a dev wand! I am Not!! Nope, ain’t doing it. Don’t care if it’s the best thing on the planet. Don’t care if I’m a year or a decade behind!!
Just learned to watch sight tube on Zipper, so there!!?
 

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Just up the flow on your jets for extra flush and listen to the sound of the vacuum when your'e doing dry passes. Lord knows if I still see water moving through the window, I'd never stop dry passing. Profit going down, way down as time goes on
 
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Mikey, your posts are like Donald Trump tweets, they’re #official statements!
And there’s about the same amount of truth:headscratch: #dontcondone
 
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wands have to have a window imo

haven't used the devastator but been running the Tom/Tony nonswivel codesigned/made? (who knows or cares lol) for over 3 yrs

the window lets you see those potential wick back spots or improperly rinsed household spotters, let alone sharpening up your dry strokes
 
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Cant afford to spend time pre vacuuming?, Prespray like crazy, clean at 600 psi with an 8 flow High Performance wand (Prochem TI, Sapphire Ti, Devastator, or similar) a rinse agent and a slow, very deliberate cleaning pass or two and even slower dry passes,, which is where the Devastator window comes in oh so fookin handy, and 95% of the time you'll be golden.

Too lazy or cheap to pre scrub? Prespray like crazy, clean at 600 psi with an 8 flow High Performance wand (Prochem TI, Sapphire Ti, Devastator, or similar) a rinse agent and a slow, very deliberate cleaning pass or two and even slower dry passes,, which is where the Devastator window comes in oh so fookin handy, and 95% of the time you'll be golden..

Your prespray sucks?, clean at 600 psi with an 8 flow High Performance wand (Prochem TI, Sapphire Ti, Devastator, or similar) a REALLY GOOD rinse agent and a slow, very deliberate cleaning pass or two and even slower dry passes,, which is where the Devastator window comes in oh so fookin handy, and 95% of the time you'll be golden.




I'm just absolutely amazed at what this Dev wand does.
interesting....
 
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Cant afford to spend time pre vacuuming?, Prespray like crazy, clean at 600 psi with an 8 flow High Performance wand (Prochem TI, Sapphire Ti, Devastator, or similar) a rinse agent and a slow, very deliberate cleaning pass or two and even slower dry passes,, which is where the Devastator window comes in oh so fookin handy, and 95% of the time you'll be golden.

Too lazy or cheap to pre scrub? Prespray like crazy, clean at 600 psi with an 8 flow High Performance wand (Prochem TI, Sapphire Ti, Devastator, or similar) a rinse agent and a slow, very deliberate cleaning pass or two and even slower dry passes,, which is where the Devastator window comes in oh so fookin handy, and 95% of the time you'll be golden..

Your prespray sucks?, clean at 600 psi with an 8 flow High Performance wand (Prochem TI, Sapphire Ti, Devastator, or similar) a REALLY GOOD rinse agent and a slow, very deliberate cleaning pass or two and even slower dry passes,, which is where the Devastator window comes in oh so fookin handy, and 95% of the time you'll be golden.




I'm just absolutely amazed at what this Dev wand does.
YOU FORGOT ONE, BUY A TRUCKMOUNT THAT YOU DON’T NEED TO COMPENSATE FOR THE LACK OF HEAT AND VACUUM:)
 

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Ok Fred...That got me...lol...after 40 years i still can't give that up...I guess my soul has it's limit.
Ron...If it works for you, then all the better.
 

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YOU FORGOT ONE, BUY A TRUCKMOUNT THAT YOU DON’T NEED TO COMPENSATE FOR THE LACK OF HEAT AND VACUUM:)
I totally agree with you Ron, but you don't have to sell the farm in order to get a truckmount like that.

Here's my setup which I bought new in the mid eighties, running dual wands yesterday with smokin' heat at a total distance of 330', 160 some feet to each wand.
 
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Just up the flow on your jets for extra flush and listen to the sound of the vacuum when your'e doing dry passes. Lord knows if I still see water moving through the window, I'd never stop dry passing. Profit going down, way down as time goes on
Sounds like you need more suction.
 

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