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Old 02-17-2019, 06:43 PM   #1
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I think i am going to buy a grout cleaning system. I have a couple decent size floors coming up and they look like they can make grout clean up a little faster and easier. What is any one using that they like? I was thinking about the Squeasy Wash https://www.contractorsdirect.com/sq...ash-bucket-kit
or something from Bartwalt or Ramondi. The Squeasy system uses a squeeze method of removing the water from the sponge. It looks pretty fast and simple. Every one else uses rollers.

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I have one very similar to this one https://www.tools4flooring.com/wash-...BoCZXMQAvD_BwE

I picked it up from my tile supplier, but it kinda sucks. No matter how hard I press or how many times I go over the rollers, the sponge stays very wet. To make it useful, I have to peel the sponge off, wring it out, and then put it back on

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I have one very similar to this one https://www.tools4flooring.com/wash-...BoCZXMQAvD_BwE

I picked it up from my tile supplier, but it kinda sucks. No matter how hard I press or how many times I go over the rollers, the sponge stays very wet. To make it useful, I have to peel the sponge off, wring it out, and then put it back on

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Thanks for the response. I have read that you should have at least three rollers. Im not sure what difference that would make but some people still complain about the sponge being to wet but other people say they love them. Thats why i was wondering about the Squeasy system.

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I have the Ramondi system. I like a few guys I work with don't.

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I ended up getting the Raimondi easy grout cleaning system WBEASY. I also got an extra handle and some extra sponges. I hope it works good. It seems from what i read the biggest complaint people have about all of these systems is that they leave to much water in the sponge.

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Practice roiling the sponge off the rollers. You'll get it.

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