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Rainbow Floor Brush Bumper Issue
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Post# 413788   9/14/2019 at 14:22 (298 days old) by sweeperboy (Pennsylvania)        

Any suggestions on repairing the Rainbow floor brush so the bumper does not keep coming off? We primarily have bare floors on the first floor so the brush is used frequently.

Thanks for your help.

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Post# 413789 , Reply# 1   9/14/2019 at 14:42 (298 days old) by Lesinutah (Utah)        

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E5000 I believe is the adhesive that can cause cancer in California is what I'm referring too.
It takes about 24 hours to dry. It adheres almost all surfaces.

Post# 413998 , Reply# 2   9/18/2019 at 18:54 (294 days old) by bikerray (Middle Earth)        

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Pliobond 25 it's VOC Compliant

Post# 414030 , Reply# 3   9/19/2019 at 19:43 (293 days old) by Juju93 (florida)        

You knows what rainbow/Rexair needs to do. They need to come out with a soft roller brush, kind of like what most other brands have. I say this because although the floor/wall brush looks good in theory, it doesn’t dust and polish the floor like the Dyson soft roller brush. And yes I know most of these brands that are doing these soft roller brush do it for there cordless models, why not do it for canister, especially a high end canister like the rainbow. Hell they could sell it as an optional accessory and name it “the dustingMate” or the polishjet. What I’m saying is there’s more options for Rexair/ rainbow to extend on, especially for hard surface floor cleaning.

Post# 414032 , Reply# 4   9/19/2019 at 22:03 (292 days old) by MadMan (Chicago, IL, USA)        

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"E5000 I believe is the adhesive that can cause cancer in California"


Good thing I don't live there!

Also, just to mention, VOC's are volatile organic compounds - like gasoline, mineral spirits, acetone, etc. They aren't harmful if used in a well ventilated area. Glue, for example, won't emit any VOC's after it's cured, so it's no big deal. The limits placed on them are for environmental reasons only.

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