With a 200 deg waterline and a reclaim system it seems that I am 95% of the way there to just need some kind of attachment to clean carpets. So many cool attachments for pressure washers seems like all I would need is a wand that works with it. Anyone do this?
Not planning on cleaning carpets full time but would love to be able to especially if it was less than $1000 to get the rest of the way there equipment wise.
One guy on another post said he used this tool to pick up water inside hard floors: Cen-Tec Systems 54" Hard Floor Aluminum Extractor Wand with 12" Squeegee and Scrubbing Brush https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07X36B793/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_zEBQDbEQ1QW6K (forgot what post it was and who used the tool).
Does anyone have a setup to do this? I am bidding on cleaning the kitchen floors at the local cinema (currently cleaning the entire building) and seems this would work great on the harder to reach areas after using the antv5 recovery surface cleaner from Hydrotek.
Hoping this wand in the link above could work on carpets too. I’ve seen them at my house they just use hot water, a vacuum and wand. Sometimes they spray a pretreat on stains but mostly just hot water. Thanks in advance!