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Time should not just be dwell time.I have seen how many wand.Countless times I've redone rooms a tech did and it was night and day.Flush & Rinse time needs to be figured out with your flow rate. Wand technique is the most important and my pet peev. My tech can use the rv and do one wet pass, I'll rake it and find streakes! Needs two wet passes to meet my requirements.With the higher flowing wand we can do one wet pass slowly and it's good. Walk away and everyone is in a big hurry.Just because a quick wet pass gives night & day differences doesn't mean it's clean and that off white or light carpwt most likely won't dry with uniform appearance results.
Years ago Ed had a post about wand technique which had many opinions. Wand technique whether it be rotary or standard technique is still the most crucial to me for defining "clean". A good technique for me is flush & rinse time iaw your glow rate to ensure the dirt is gone along with the residues.
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