Extractor ?'s

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  1. justin30513

    justin30513 New Member

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    Shop-Vac just will not cut it now since I'm getting alot more business.

    I need an extractor.....best-bang for the buck style.

    Guys.....thanks for all your help!!!

    Justin
     
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    Aztec seems to be a popular decent small one from what I have read on Autopia, the Danase sells it (it is heated as well), it's about $650. Extractors are just not cheap :(
     
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    Check Top of the Line, I think they have a Tuffy Jr. for around $495.
     
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    I actually have a Little Green Clean Machine but don't use it often since it isn't meant for commercial use. I mostly shampoo and wetvac, I find it to be about as effective and normally goes faster. Maybe because that is how I have done things for 12 years now.

    I am looking into a commerical grade extractor though.
     
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    There's no way you'll get it in your Mazda, though....
     
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    I have it and its not bad for doing seats and things like that but for the floors I will take my 6.5hp shop vac.
     
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    There are some small ones. Not as powerful as the larger versions but still better than one intended for occasional home use.
     
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    How much does this little green clean machine go for? What all does it do over a regular vaccuum/shopvac?
     
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    100 bucks at Wally World for the heated version....I love mine. Gotta get the heated one though.
     
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    You should be able to get one for $100 or less, depending on the model. Unlike a vacuum, the LGCM shoots water into the carpeting and pulls it back up along with imbedded dirt.
     
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    I'll take a look for one next time I'm in Sears/Walmart. Thanks.
     
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    Yeah....They offer solution to mix with the water but I just use clean water in the tank. I use a Woolite solution in a spray bottle then rinse with the machine.

    Works awesome!

    Justin
     
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    Yeppers........that's the one I have.
     

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