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Best place to buy equipment/machines

Posted by Elvis (Elvis), 6 April 2004
Can anyone advise me where to buy carpet cleaning equipment/machines at reasonable costs.  I am looking for easy to use machines that are portable.  In addition, I am looking for the cleaning chemicals.
Posted by Dave_Lee (Dave_Lee), 6 April 2004
Now dont get "all shook up" but is that really your name?
Posted by allencarpetclean (Bob Allen), 6 April 2004
Menthis .........ah huh
Posted by pre-vac_Nick (HolmansUKLTD), 6 April 2004
someone here put me onto Mahic wand company. Theres a machine that is exactly like a steampro with a 250 psi pump and 210" water lift for £1482 by sea or £1656 by air this includes shipping charges insurance and documentation fees!

seems good to me Grin
Posted by williamx (williamx), 6 April 2004
whats the web address
Posted by Glynn (Glynn), 6 April 2004
Posted by Mike_Boxall (Mike_Boxall), 7 April 2004
Hi Elvis

We can supply the Prochem range - give us a call if you'd like a catalogue.


Posted by adl (dave555), 7 April 2004
We supply the Chemspec range give us a call if you want a catolouge 01772 432708
Posted by lenpg (Len Gribble), 7 April 2004

Take care buying machines from overseas as the use a different voltage to us and may need changing also donít forget the VAT on imports

Your profile dose not give your location but itís worth contacting Mike, Dave555 or (Nick @ solutions for cleaning agents)

If you are looking for a second hand machine look at the for sale section.

Happy hunting


Posted by Glynn (Glynn), 7 April 2004

the Raptor portables are very good american machines, that are UK spec . Top porty performance.

Posted by allencarpetclean (Bob Allen), 7 April 2004
Here, Here........ I have one
Posted by lenpg (Len Gribble), 7 April 2004
Thanks Glynn for putting Elvis in the right direction on UK spec


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