Grandi Groom Carpet Rake

grandi groom carpet rake
    carpet rake
  • or carpet groomer, is a cleaning tool that used with a vacuum allows homeowners to deep clean and rejuvenate their carpets.
  • The landholding noble families of the Italian countryside.
  • (inĀ  Alessandro Grandi (Italian composer))
  • gdrdimaio3 1 month ago
  • Look after the coat of (a horse, dog, or other animal) by brushing and cleaning it
  • Give a neat and tidy appearance to (someone)
  • a man participant in his own marriage ceremony
  • prepare: educate for a future role or function; "He is grooming his son to become his successor"; "The prince was prepared to become King one day"; "They trained him to be a warrior"
  • (of an animal) Clean the fur or skin of
  • stableman: someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses
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Grandi Groom
Grandi Groom
Use the Grandi Groom to agitate pre-sprays with ease, allowing the chemical to reach soils and dissolve them prior to extraction. Ideal for agitating carpet after applying protectant to assure maximum adhesion to carpet fibers. After cleaning, use of the Grandi Groom leaves carpet fibers upright for faster drying and a beautifully clean appearance. Complete with handle and head. How to use: 1. Pre-vacuum agitation - Homeowner should take a few minutes to rake the traffic areas of their home before vacuuming. It will improve the vacuum performance by a large degree. The groomer will loosen embedded and trapped soil particles and bring them to the surface. You can actually watch it happen. This is important for anyone who wants their carpet to look great and last longer. 2. Grooming after vacuuming or before guests arrive. For the truly fastidious homemaker, grooming the carpet after vacuuming will remove vacuum marks and footprints. Leave the carpet looking like a well manicured putting green. It's a beautiful thing.

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well at least it's flat, but so is roadkill
well at least it's flat, but so is roadkill
The Sunflower Seeds exhibit. It's big, but is it clever? Underwhelmed at the Tate modern. Does anyone else think all you have to do here is fill a room with shingle ie pick up the phone and ask Jewsons to deliver a truckload of it to your local Art gallery. Hmm there's an idea. I feel sorry for the poor sod (pictured) who's job it is to rake it flat. Talk about pointless the article below is from the Londonist... "The Tate's Turbine Hall has been filled with sunflower seeds. 100 million of them, weighing about 150 tonnes, carpet the Hall's eastern flank. A few centimetres deep, they crunch charmingly when walked across. The blurb for Chinese artist's Ai Weiwei's installation, the 11th in the Unilever Series since the gallery opened in 2000, runs the risk of censure from the Campaign for Plain English. "What you see is not what you see, and what you see is not what it means", the sombre curatorial message reads. Yet there is truth to this gnomic statement. The seeds are not real, they're fashioned from ceramic (we're waiting for the inevitable legal case when somebody loses a molar after nibbling on one). And each one is unique, individually hand carved by an army of artisans working in the city of Jingdezhen. They've spent two years working on them just so they can be crushed under the sweaty feet of Londoners. For Weiwei, whose relationship with the Chinese authorities is difficult, and occasionally violent -- despite working on the Bird's Nest stadium for the Beijing Olympics, he subsequently became disillusioned with the government, and has been savagely beaten by the state police force -- the seeds represent the famine under Mao, and also the propaganda used during that era where Mao's face would be the sun, and sunflower seeds would represent the people, turning toward him for sustenance. How the Chinese will react to this new project from the country's most prominent artist, coming a week after the Nobel Peace prize was awarded to jailed democracy activist Liu Xiaobo, should be interesting to see. More than any Turbine Hall instatllation since Olafur Eliason's The Weather Project, this is one that will be made by the people who use it. As the cold nights draw in, it could become an enjoyable hideout from winter, full of people making 'seed angels', building sculptures and treating it like the beachside attraction London never had." So apparently you were able to at least walk on the exhibit and crunch the seeds underfoot, but now the Health and Safety brigade have even closed that option down. As you're not allowed on it you can't see the pointless activity of thousands of Chinese artisans. The world is a little bit madder than I thought
10: Raking the Carpet
10: Raking the Carpet
My housemate, Kathleen, raking the tinsel and needles left from the Christmas tree off of the carpet.

grandi groom carpet rake
grandi groom carpet rake
Grandi Brush
The Grandi Brush features a single row of nylon fibers that have been designed specifically to give maximum penetration on commercial grade level and multi-loop carpets. With the Grandi Brush, you can agitate pre-sprays as well as protectors to get the optimum performance from all your carpet cleaning chemicals. The Grandi Brush is a versatile tool that can be used for grooming oriental rugs, berber or other fine carpets when the Grandi Groom may not be the best choice. Recommended by carpet manufacturers for maintaing the nap of new carpets.

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