Grid And Bags

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  1. neil robinson

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    Hi peeps

    I am looking to up the anti with my rug cleaning.

    Does anyone have any suggestions where I can get bags to return rugs to customers in, and also a grid where I can place rugs for dry soil extraction

    Neil
     
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    Hi Neil
    The easiest way to bag , is to buy a roll of " lay-flat plastic tubing".
    You can buy it in various widths and just cut it to any length required. Then you just tie the ends.... Job done. 200 gauge plastic will be fine for this job, and there are loads of places on-line that sell it. We get it from a firm called macro packaging.
    The grids are more difficult, I imported mine with my RugBadger.

    Regards
    And happy new year

    Robert
     
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    Hi Neil
    Happy new year to you and your family.
    How about using some thing else as the grid like temporary road iv copied a eBay item number
    Take a look 171594348668
     
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    Neil,

    Be aware that the metal grids from Rugbadger are very heavy, so factor in shipping costs if importing fro the states. Since Nick sells a rug beating machine of the badger style, it may be worth asking him about grids.
     
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  5. Lee Breen

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    Theres these you can use as grids

    https://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/product/details/grass-protector-matting?da=1&TC=SRC-matting

    I'm pretty sure james shepherd posted a link a while back to the grids he uses which I think are the same kind of thing.
     
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    Having searched under rug beating machine, rug, badger. I can't find a thing.
     
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    https://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/product/details/grass-protector-matting?da=1&TC=SRC-matting
    Hi Paul.
    I have these.
     
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    *cough* post 5 *cough*
     
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    Cough Cough.....'just a reminder as he obviously did'nt see link which would have sorted problem'.... Cough Cough!!
    You need to take something for that cough, Lee.
    Dodgy Suffolk air??
    :giggle:
     
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  10. Lee Breen

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    I'm going to prescribe myself some Adnams Single Malt *cough* :evilgrin:
     
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    You need something more natural herbal for that.
    Fermented apple cure at 7.5%, Hunts Farm Ratted, available in cloudy or cloudier, does'nt matter as you can't see after 4 pints.
    I'll posht yoow shummmm.
     
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    John

    Which machine does Nick sell as its not on the World of Clean site.

    Thanks
    Mark
     
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    this one £1978.00 + vat WP_20150116_12_32_15_Pro[2].jpg
     
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    Do the grids as well Nick?
     
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    To order yes, oh and this duster now sold

    Best regards

    Nick
     
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    robert aigin what width do you buy, if u do buy it of course
     
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    60 & 90 cm does everything I need.
     
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    Hello, I am looking on that Macro packaging site for rug packaging....what width roll do you buy? Is the 16” substantial enough?

    Richie
     
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    You need at least 250 gauge but 500 gauge is really strong.
    You have to decide on the width you need.
     
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