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per4mancemonster
Sep 17th, 2004, 04:49 AM
I was a detailer at my local Honda/Chevy/Hyundai dealership about 2 years back and I remember having this air powered rotary brush we used to clean carpets with. I would like to own one for myself but have no idea what exactly it is called or where to get it. I guess if I knew what it was called I could find out where to get it. Anyhow, does anyone know what I am talking about or where to obtain one?

00Monte
Sep 17th, 2004, 05:50 AM
I don't know about air powered. But I know you can get a carpet brush that fits the Porter Cable (G-100) polisher at Top of the Line.

Mike Phillips
Sep 17th, 2004, 08:50 AM
Originally posted by per4mancemonster
I was a detailer at my local Honda/Chevy/Hyundai dealership about 2 years back and I remember having this air powered rotary brush we used to clean carpets with. I would like to own one for myself but have no idea what exactly it is called or where to get it. I guess if I knew what it was called I could find out where to get it. Anyhow, does anyone know what I am talking about or where to obtain one?

Hi per4mancemonster,

As to the carpet cleaner, I've never heard of anything like this before but it sounds interesting. Did it work good?

Mike

Details3
Sep 19th, 2004, 04:10 PM
Originally posted by 00Monte
I don't know about air powered. But I know you can get a carpet brush that fits the Porter Cable (G-100) polisher at Top of the Line.

I looked at Top of the Line for that brush you mentioned and could not find it. What area is it listed under?

Thanks

per4mancemonster
Sep 19th, 2004, 04:54 PM
Originally posted by Mike Phillips


As to the carpet cleaner, I've never heard of anything like this before but it sounds interesting. Did it work good?

Mike

It worked excellent! It was a good addition to the steamer. The place I found it most useful was on the floor mats and any caked in crud in the carpets. I pretty much use the steam machine for anything else. All in all though I found myself using this peice of equipment quite a bit when I was detailing.

MG

00Monte
Sep 19th, 2004, 05:54 PM
Details3,

Go to the area for PC Polisher and pads. Then go down to 4" accessories. It is in that section. It is actually designed for a Cyclo. But it fits the PC. The only difference is the Cyclo uses two of them.

I have not used this brush, but it looks promising. Hope this helps.

Don:xyxthumbs

Jason Rose
Feb 7th, 2005, 07:23 PM
Yes, the brush/scrubber attachment for Cyclo & G100 work great for agitating stubborn stains...and for speedy clean up of floor mats. I used it for years in my detail business.

I later switched to an air tool (something about using an electric hand tool around wet carpets just made me nervious I guess.)

Check out your local Dynabrade distributor for a great palm size air tool with a brush attatchment.

Jason "Waxman" Rose