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    Mytee 8400P upholstery tool

    Bought this at AG to replace the stock attachment. 1000 times better. Suction is better, grip is better and much more comfortable. The attachment is so smooth and glides across the upholstery. No more worries of tearing anything. I highly recommend this!

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    Re: Mytee 8400P upholstery tool

    https://youtu.be/nEGSpTwazS4

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    Re: Mytee 8400P upholstery tool

    All I can say is....it's about time they sold a clear tool that's rated for a heated extractor. However...since the back seems to be metal I'm not sure why they painted it black, to me that would seem to partly defeat the purpose of the clear front, is being able to see how dirty the extracted fluid is. It was hard to tell from your video (which was great, BTW)...the water looked pretty clean, was it? I'm just thinking a white or gray would have been easier to see.

    Also it would be nice if this came with the machine instead of having to pay another $115 for it. And I still have my qualms about Mytee with all the horror stories.

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    Re: Mytee 8400P upholstery tool

    Quote Originally Posted by Setec Astronomy View Post
    All I can say is....it's about time they sold a clear tool that's rated for a heated extractor. However...since the back seems to be metal I'm not sure why they painted it black, to me that would seem to partly defeat the purpose of the clear front, is being able to see how dirty the extracted fluid is. It was hard to tell from your video (which was great, BTW)...the water looked pretty clean, was it? I'm just thinking a white or gray would have been easier to see.

    Also it would be nice if this came with the machine instead of having to pay another $115 for it. And I still have my qualms about Mytee with all the horror stories.
    The vid was just for demonstration purposes. It's from my personal and was cleaned in fall when I took it out to put my Weathertechs in.

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    Re: Mytee 8400P upholstery tool

    So have you used it on something dirty? How easy is it to see how dirty the extracted fluid is? If I'm not mistaken, the one that Mike Phillips uses in the Showcar Garage (which is a different brand) has a stainless back...so it's at least silver vs. black. I can see them not wanting to paint it white, but as I said earlier perhaps a nice light gray. Or is it not an issue?

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    Re: Mytee 8400P upholstery tool

    Looks good. How dry was the carpet when you put your hand to check it?

    I recently drilled a couple of vent holes in my Ridgid vac claw attachment thatís shaped like that and it made a huge difference. Iím sure itís nowhere near what that thing can do, but itís not too bad.

    I wish I could test 1 of those extractors out to see the difference.

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    Re: Mytee 8400P upholstery tool

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldorado2k View Post
    Looks good. How dry was the carpet when you put your hand to check it?

    I recently drilled a couple of vent holes in my Ridgid vac claw attachment thatís shaped like that and it made a huge difference. Iím sure itís nowhere near what that thing can do, but itís not too bad.

    I wish I could test 1 of those extractors out to see the difference.
    Drier than a nuns ass.

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    Re: Mytee 8400P upholstery tool

    I ordered one and was having problems with it leaking out the spray nozzle and making the pump kick on randomly. AG replaced it no problem and it should be here this afternoon. Hopefully i don't have any problems out of it this time because the short period i have used it it did seem much better.

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