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Post# 442101   5/22/2021 at 11:29 by electro (Indiana)        

I try and remember to post this every year for new viewers. Your Rexair is wonderful for scrubbing the winter grime off your cement floor. The Scrub brush gets in the cracks and the flip over squeegee sucks up the dirty water. I only have to empty my water basin one time as you need to use so little water. I use the Rexair sprayer and crevice tool for the edges. Works great and so easy. No messy bucket, hose or gallons of water. After 11 years, some of my plastic parts on the brush are starting to fail but I have used this set to clean my garage floor too.


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Post# 442110 , Reply# 1   5/22/2021 at 16:53 by juju93 (florida)        

These rainbow cleaning systems are simply the best, better than all the rest. I find so many ways to use my SRX systm too. Like for example I use the minijet system but instead of the nozzle head i use the scrubb brush and squeegee to clean my windows and it works just find. The same set up also to clean my shower and tub. I do hope rexair comes out with new optional accessories such as a shower/tub cleaner, a pet bathing system, a soft roller floor brush type tool and also a motorize spin brush for the minijet accessory. Or even better just redesign the minijet and make it motorized and have additional brushes to use.

Post# 442113 , Reply# 2   5/22/2021 at 18:08 by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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And to anyone that has a Aqua-Air Wet/Dry central vacuum, the wet cleaning hose with the hard floor brush and squeegee also works perfect for cleaning out decks or porches.

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Post# 442114 , Reply# 3   5/22/2021 at 18:52 by electro (Indiana)        
More parts to store

More parts to store! Yikes. I have WAY too many now. I would be happy if they would just bring back a decent straight suction rug tool! I am starting to get plastic parts breaking after 11 years. I have the neck broken on my brush/squeegee and the Aquamate broke. I took it to the Rainbow dealer. he was nice to repair it but when I got it home it still has not been reassembled right, so it still does not operate. The Rainbow dealer is about 1 hour away so with 2 trips I am not going to to invest 4 more hours travel time.

Glad to see they changed the hose connection as that was another part that broke too easy. No problem with the motor or power nozzle and the Rainbow electric hose has held up very well.


Post# 442162 , Reply# 4   5/24/2021 at 12:21 by juju93 (florida)        

Heres another unique way to use your rainbow. Fill the sprayer with water and then add fresh air to it and just go around disenfecting things around your home. Another way to use it would be to fill either the minjet or rainjet solution tanks and disenfect the floors and or upholstry in those ways.

Post# 442317 , Reply# 5   5/28/2021 at 05:07 by compuvac (Kekistan)        

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@panasonicvac Now that's interesting.

@electro That's neat

The Numatic George also has a similar attachment that you scrub with and then suck up the water of the floor.

The only downside I see is scrubbing it manually is quite the hard job which is why floor machines with scrubbing pads exist.









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