But I disagree with some of that, You can find a place on most jobs for the RV pretty easy, The brush head is the bomb to work with on the medium to heavy soiled ones, Are you going to break records getting them done no, But I can easily complete 3 jobs a day with it.
I also have the Green Horn wand, Yes its pretty cool working with a 15 flow it will flush the daylights out of it, "But" its still more work pushing a wand even with a glide, Your using the same muscle's everyday which can cause problems by its self, unless your changing sides, I can't do it but some can.
The Rotary's turn at the same speed all day long, Pushing a wand at 8am and then lets say 8 at night there will be a difference on how many passes you make across that carpet, " Your Tired " .
I dont own a Zipper yet, But he has redesigned the tool from the original one thats out there, There is also a lot of talk on jetting down the tool as well, He will customize it now to fit your needs instead of off the shelf type thing.
I can see on commercial this could be a big time saver, This would apply to me, I have a ton of commercial work, I tackle some big projects through the year. Pushing a wand over 5,000 ft of carpet gets old, The RX 20 is slow on that type of square footage.
There is no way I would part with my RV after using it this long, I'm looking hard at the Zipper next, I'm holding out for Jim's input over the next few months, He can be trusted to give a fair review, His input will be worth reading.
I would like to hear feed back on how much easier it is over the wand or compare the two, Drying times over the wand, Better or worse.
Your'e still going to agitate the carpet on trashed one's but you might be able to make up the time on cleaning faster overall. Thats another one for me, Is it practical to use on house's. Whats the dry time on a thick nylon.
I'll be watching and listening to the input over the next few months, Hopefully Jim will keep bringing new info every week on what's going on with the tool, I want one, But I also don't want to waste the money either
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