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Before & After: Cleaning Pics of the Week

Happy Wednesday, and welcome to another edition of “Before & After: Cleaning Pics of the Week.”

This week’s Before & After photos come courtesy of Tim Heath of Courtesy Care, Inc., a carpet, upholstery and restoration company serving multiple locations in both Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Courtesy Care, Inc. offers a wide array of services. In addition to water and fire restoration, carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning, they also do mold remediation, rug cleaning and air duct cleaning.

This week’s before and after photos focus on that curious creature, the carpeted bathroom. Tim writes:

Here are some before and after pictures of a job we did today. The first picture shows the rug with the bath mats removed.

Courtesy Care before

Hmm. This picture definitely demonstrates the perils of laying carpet in such a moist region of your home. But can Tim’s team restore this bathroom carpet?

Courtesy Care after

Yes! Tim explains that they used Eximius Grease Eater with a 15-minute dwell time, then cleaned with a power glide. Unbelievable results!
If you’re interested in submitting photos to “Before & After: Cleaning Photos of the Week,” please email them to support@principalfocus.com. (And if you’ve got any interesting stories to go along with the photos, please send them too.) Thanks!
  1. January 31, 2013 at 12:14 am

    Thank You Service Monster for chosing us for the Picture of the week. You Guys are the best.

    • January 31, 2013 at 8:12 pm

      Thank YOU for the great photo submission, Tim! Keep up the good work.

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