There is a good reason that people take their shoes off before walking on carpets in private homes in many parts of the world. That doesn't happen in public places, so carpets get really dirty just from foot traffic. In a restaurant, you have spilled food and drink and servers tracking grease out from the kitchen. Mike Pailliotet is a professional cleaner with high-pressure steam equipment. Here he shows us what a difference a good cleaning makes in an unnamed diner's carpet. So why do restaurants ever have carpet? So the customers don't slip and fall on bare floors. That said, you have to wonder how long this particular restaurant let their carpets go between cleanings. -via Boing Boing
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