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OP CRB or Bonnet??
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Thinking of adding carpet cleaning to our business, not sure what would be the best way to go. Looking at and like the CRB machines and  dry compound, the OP machines look interesting but the people from Orbot must be very busy as they never call back. Has anyone seen the new Mytee ECO-17 OP machine?. I know the way I want to go for cleaning is Low Moisture but which way would be best. I have had my own carpets cleaned using CRB and the Bonnet methods. Was not happy with the company that used the Bonnet and they are much bigger and in other cities in Tx and in other states as well. CRB company was more a mom & pop type and very good. What do you do use on stairs?
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i recommend you look into the Trinty mx or the new Mytee OP...i've never seen either but those are what i'll replace my Orbot with when it craps the bed. for stairs i use an Oreck Orbiter ORB550: http://www.amazon.com/Oreck-Commercial-O...B008BPFK1U
with this driver: http://www.amazon.com/Oreck-Commercial-5...35B3VGYFC9

run that pad driver on concrete for a minute to wear those nibs down some, or else they will tear your pads up.
and buy 40 Gladiator pads from Trinty and 20-40 Microfiber pads.


where are you from? some here are hesitant to answer if they don't know if you might be a future competitor.

welcome to the forum Big Grin
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The tools I use or have on the van ... in order from most used, to least used:  Dyson ; 19" Cimex ; Multi-Sprayer ; Orbot ; Oreck-Orbiter ; Hoover-Conquest ; Cyclo Polisher ; DryPod ; 20" Whittaker Trio.
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I use both !
Use crb first and follow with op pad
It is fast and effective
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(02-18-2016, 12:09 PM)Derek Wrote: i recommend you look into the Trinty mx or the new Mytee OP...i've never seen either but those are what i'll replace my Orbot with when it craps the bed. for stairs i use an Oreck Orbiter ORB550: http://www.amazon.com/Oreck-Commercial-O...B008BPFK1U
with this driver: http://www.amazon.com/Oreck-Commercial-5...35B3VGYFC9

run that pad driver on concrete for a minute to wear those nibs down some, or else they will tear your pads up.
and buy 40 Gladiator pads from Trinty and 20-40 Microfiber pads.


where are you from? some here are hesitant to answer if they don't know if you might be a future competitor.

welcome to the forum Big Grin
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(02-18-2016, 05:56 PM)tag, Derek, thanks for the info. As to where I\m from, I live and work in the DFW area of Texas (Ft. Worth) as far as being a competitor, I think there is a lot of opportunity here for everyone and the area is growing every day Wrote:
(02-18-2016, 12:09 PM)Derek Wrote: i recommend you look into the Trinty mx or the new Mytee OP...i've never seen either but those are what i'll replace my Orbot with when it craps the bed. for stairs i use an Oreck Orbiter ORB550: http://www.amazon.com/Oreck-Commercial-O...B008BPFK1U
with this driver: http://www.amazon.com/Oreck-Commercial-5...35B3VGYFC9

run that pad driver on concrete for a minute to wear those nibs down some, or else they will tear your pads up.
and buy 40 Gladiator pads from Trinty and 20-40 Microfiber pads.


where are you from? some here are hesitant to answer if they don't know if you might be a future competitor.

welcome to the forum Big Grin
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(02-18-2016, 12:36 PM)oldman Wrote: I use both !
Use crb first and follow with op pad
It is fast and effective

Thanks for the help, think this is the way to go
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