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Do you own a designer handbag that could use a face-lift? A-List can handle any of your Coach, Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabana, Chanel, Versace or any other handbag you might have! From leather to fabric, with my experience of cleaning the most challenging upholstery to leather, I will bring a whole new life to your most treasured and precious accessories! There's no wallet too small nor hobo bag too large for A-List!

Wallet after cleaning completed with a protective finish to help keep it clean.

 
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Inside before...
 
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After cleaning- no more makeup stains!
 

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Lastly, the exterior is all pimped out and guarded with a protective finish!
 
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For More information, please contact us at kevin@alistcarpetcleaning.com

Kevin Houle
A-List Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning, LLC
(339) 613-7565



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"This is your captain speaking from A-List Carpet Cleaning"...

"Stewardess, can we check we have cleaners that meet the requirements of Boeing D6-7127?" Check!

"Do we have the insurance requirements to work on private jets?" Check!

Sounds like we're cleared for take off and announce that A-List is now offering our services to clean your private jet!

Kevin Houle
A-List Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning, LLC
(339) 613-7565

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Here's what's included...

  • leather seats cleaned conditioned and a protective finish applied or cloth seats cleaned and a protective finish applied
  • headliner cleaned
  • seat belts cleaned
  • carpets cleaned
  • door panels cleaned
  • trunk cleaned
  • mats cleaned
  • dashboard fully detailed (vents cleaned with a q-tip, depth of detail)
  • windows cleaned
  • door and trunk gaskets rejuvenated
  • door jams cleaned and waxed
  • hinges and locks lubed


No area of the car interior is left untouched as this is an extreme A-List style detail job!

Recently a client of mine that owns a car lot asked if I could swing by and take a look at a car carpet that they detailed but it didn't come out well. I redid the carpet for them and got it to look brand new. I have 25 years experience cleaning carpets on a professional level along with schooling, so this was quite simple for me. Then I was asked if I could do another car. Same results. Then I was asked if I could clean the seat belts. Again now problem. Headliners? Done! He was blown away by what I was capable of. I them began to tell him I'm also certified in leather cleaning. So they asked if I was interested in doing the entire interior of a car from top to bottom. So today was the day. Here's the story...

I first cleaned the leather seats, console, dash and door panels. Then conditioned them and finished them with a protective finish. Most detailers use a product called Lexol which cost about $9 and is a one step process verses my $380 Leather Cleaning Kit. They watched me like hawks, and when I was done, they all came out to smell the leather and touch it. They were in amazement, that it looked and smelt brand new!

I then cleaned the headliner, carpets, seat belts, mats and trunk. Again, brand new looking. I then cleaned all the glass, interior trim, entire dash, getting in every tiny crevices. I then cleaned the door jams and waxed them, lubed the locks and hinges and even shined all the door and trunk gaskets.

There was no spot left untouched! I now have the account to do all their cars. So I'm pleased to announce that I will do interiors. I am only doing hi quality top of the line work as my industry experience and products far exceed any regular detailers work.

b2ap3_thumbnail_cutlass4.jpgI'm certified to clean leather and carpeting along with 25 years experience. Along with my passion of cars as I've custom built my own hot rod as a passion and hobby of mine. I've owned this car for over 20 years and have built it from the ground up. I've been around cars my entire life. Along with owning my own speed shop as a hobby years ago. It just all came together and makes sense that my detailing work is beyond perfect.

I also have experience in cleaning yachts and private jets.

Pricing of Interiors start at $200 and up. Call for full details.


Kevin R. Houle
A-List Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning LLC
(339) 613-7565

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A-List will be making a donation to help support the people affected from Mondays tragedy along with donating 10% of any of our sales for the next 30 days. Our hearts are with you Boston!

Kevin Houle
A-List Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning, LLC
(339) 613-7565

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I would like to invite everyone to check out my personal website, www.kevinrhoule.com. We will be blogging on that site about all kinds of unique, creative and luxurious interior designing ideas, products, tips, and jaw dropping amazing pictures! While on my business site, www.alistcarpetcleaning.com, we'll be blogging more about technical and detailed information on how to remove stains and other interesting tricks.

Spring is finally starting to shine through all this snow! We have a few great deals going on right now. If you would like additional information, an estimate, or to see what we can do for you please contact us at: kevin@alistcarpetcleaning.com. Happy spring cleaning everyone!

Kevin Houle
A-List Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning, LLC
(339) 613-7565

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