Auserehlian Oriental Rug
Cleaning School graduate's
Koets of Advanced Restoration, Inc. writes...
After our conversation on the phone the other day, I sat
back and reflected on how much you and Ron have influenced me since my
first visit to your school. The Auserehlian school, and more
specifically, my personal interaction with you and Ron has literally
changed the direction and focus of my life.
Out of all the rug cleaning schools I have attended
since 1994 (and I think I've been to most of them now at least once), the
Auserehlian school is without a doubt the best one for learning
hands-on, how to properly clean a rug. The best part about your
school, for me, was that you not only taught us what to do, but
why to do it. The cleaning science portion of the class is
available nowhere else, and left me with an understanding of cleaning on a
molecular level. The knowledge and skills learned at the Auserehlian
school apply equally well to upholstery and wall-to-wall carpeting.
Every single day, I apply the basic principles and knowledge that you and
Ron have taught me.
I remember well the day I first walked into Castle
Cleaning, and the feelings of apprehension, fear and self-doubt I had
about entering the world on in-plant rug cleaning. I was sure
that there was no way I would be able to learn in just one week all that I
would need to know to get started. How wrong I was! I returned
home with the knowledge, ability and most importantly, the confidence to
immediately clean and care for the most delicate antique rugs and
textiles; even those rugs most veteran rug cleaners are afraid to touch.
Along with the referrals, I am active in several trade associations, enjoy
traveling to rug-producing countries, and I'm thrilled to be able to make
a great living doing what I love most - playing with rugs.
Sincerely, Nathan Koets, CRS, MORC
Advanced Restorations, Inc.
PS: I almost forgot to enclose a quote one of my
customers gave me that sums up my feelings about my work (and I think
yours and Ron's too):
"The master in the art of living makes little
distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his
mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his
religion. He simply pursues his vision of excellence in whatever he
does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To
him, he is always doing both."
-Zen Buddhist text-
Here is what Joe Jarrell of Sunrise
Carpet Cleaning has to say:
I would highly recommend
your school to anyone who is interested. It's comprehensive,
interesting and highly educational.
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