Minimum Required For Rug Setup

Discussion in 'Rug Cleaning Issues' started by Steven Butler, Oct 18, 2018.

  1. Steven Butler

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    I do loads of rugs, picked up cleaned and dropped off but I’m at the point where a unit maybe a good idea. I’m not in a position yet to invest in rug-centrifuge, rug badger etc but any suggestions on a basic set up? Obviously drying ideas, racks etc
    Appreciate any advise from people who have similar.
     
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    What's the point of a unit if you don't get a duster and a centrifuge? I would have said they're the basics. You can pay for a duster and a grid from earnings, and although we struggled for a while without a spinner, I wouldn't want to try that again. The other thing is a good de-humidifier in a sealed room.
     
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    Cheers Max,
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    ...suggestion of the day: use a vibrating radial machine like the Excentr 43 or TileMaster 40 travelling and vibrating over the rug across a thickish polythene membrane type plastic...vibrating the soil out of the rug...Simples...!!!
     
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