No need to take it personal. Its equipment, not people. No one is telling you to toss it in the trash.
That's great that they've worked out for you because that's what many of us hoped for since the Mytee and Penguin sprayers are stupidly overpriced.
Don't know if these would fit into this category or if the pressure could be turned down enough but they looked interesting.
i sent a message to the company about how this would be applicable in carpet cleaning, because he posted to my open group on facebook called "The Carpet Guy" myself and some others run the page to help new people get started in cleaning.
Either way, they never replied.
Is "The Carpet Guy" for profit?
nope, not for profit, just to help people for free. i don't get compensated nor does anyone there. its like here, you share what you learn, ask questions, people offer answers.
Hey Joe, how much is the rocket sprayer, the psi, and the weight of the unit also capacity. Thanks
Have you called them?
No I have not I can ,thought you had an inside track on them.
Same specs as a Mytee BOSS but $200 less.
Thanks for the info,I'll check them out I think.
No inside track. Just an honest guy supporting his family from the sales.I planted some 50% SOO on the guy to hand out with each sale as incentive for cleaners to buy his sprayer.It's not the perfect sprayer but what is?I'll tell you - the one ya'll all get together as pros to design, produce and perfect.
I found this one on Facebook. They test it on upholstery. It's battery powered with 30 feet of hose
Thanks for that. Not a bad idea at all. I want to get a new electric sprayer fairly soon and this just might fit the bill.http://www.ipspro.us/
I'm thinking that might be my next sprayer as well.
Wonder what the psi is on that device? Looks like it would work good in our industry. Does anybody have a contact name and number? Looks to be more lightweight then some of the other sprayers we're using.
They claim up to 90 psi. I think I'm going to get IPS long with two batteries
Web site is pretty poor quality. How exactly does it work? Do you just stick the end of the hose in any drink and pull the trigger?
Agreed. That's typical of budding inventors that are immersed into their product. They have a difficult time looking at it with "new eye" and thus do a poor job explaining it adequately. What is needed is an unboxing video showing all the components and how it all fits together.
We have, and use this sprayer for Solvent protector application only. It has served us well except for the leaking that will come eventually. It's not big enough and too heavy to use for a pre sprayer in my opinion.It's great for protector though, the Solvent protector is light and with a 1/10 jet it lasts a long time. I also like the curly hose that comes with it. It never gets real hard and stiff like most other lines while using the solvent. It stays flexible.Before we bought the Gentoo 600 we actually had a Omini Sprayer that lasted 7years with only 1 battery replacement.I like the handle on the 600 and ease of carrying it around. I think they're overpriced, but if it last like the Omni Sprayer then we'll be happy.
That thing is slow as a turtle. Not enough psi for those jobs being demo'd. My Mi-T-M power wash would cruise through those jobs. Pre spray perhaps. To slow for anything else.