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post #1 of Old 03-19-2012, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Carpet Cleaning Wands?

We have been using cmp 12 inch heads, 4 jets, hole glides and 2inch shafts forever. I really like the airflow and the smaller head for tight areas as we mainly do residential so I don't want to change the setup, just want to go much lighter as these wands weigh 11pounds. I want to get lighter wands for the guys to make there days easier. I know about the Bentley, Prochem Ti, etc...

I want to hear from you guys what you like and what's the best deal. I don't really want to spend $1000 per wand if I don't have to.

Thanks in advance guys.

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post #2 of Old 03-24-2012, 12:30 PM
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I use some of the Vietnamese knock off wands, they are titanium and light, they are also quite cheap. I usually will add a different five jet manifold to them and then put five #2's in there. I can't say enough good things about the expensive PC ti wands though. It is really hit and miss with the Vietnamese wands, some of them will be amazing and some will be built wrong from the start and almost not fixable.
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post #4 of Old 04-26-2012, 01:27 AM
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Carpet cleaning wands are used to agitate the surface. The latest machines come with different types of wands.
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post #5 of Old 04-27-2012, 11:27 PM
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I also have a 4jet 2inch tubed wand I believe is a cmp as well. I hear that the titanium wand are the way to go and the Prochem is the best. I wonder about the bentley wands as I don't feel they will hold up that well being carbon fiber. My company carpet cleaning pinellas will be adding newer light weight wands to our arsenal of tools soon. I will let you know of my purchase and what I think about the wands we decide on.

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post #6 of Old 05-23-2012, 02:20 AM
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Wands are great when it comes to cleaning carpets. In my opinion, cleaning carpets with the proper equipment will not only make your job easier, it will increase your productivity as well.
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post #7 of Old 05-23-2012, 01:03 PM
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Cmp is fine, but the titanium wands are absolutely hands down incredible. I didn't believe it at first I had a 2 inch SS wand that I really honestly thought was just fine, but my dad came home with a titanium wand after a carpet cleaning trade show and it made ALL the difference. I really like 5 jet also. After doing this for this long I am pretty set on the whole high flow 110 degree thing. i usually use a 10 flow wand with 5 11002's on it, I also carry a manifold that can go down to 5 flow for certain berbers or if dry times are a huge issue but I would say more than 85% of our cleaning is done at 10 flow. I would also recomd going with fuel fired heat so that you can up the flow as much as you would like and not have the heat suffer from it. I don't know if the OP is still on this board (it has a way of running people off) but if he is, feel free to PM me and I will show you exactly how I have mine set up. It has been very good to me.
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post #8 of Old 06-29-2012, 04:17 AM
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I think you should give a try to Rotovac. It carries a complete range of cleaning wands for professional cleaners.

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