What should a hotel owner do when their carpet looks dull, old, and is full of stains or bleach spots? Many hotel owners would simply replace their carpets. However, carpet replacement is a major investment which also interferes will profits. Rooms cannot be rented out that are having the carpet removed and replaced. A hotel owner that has carpets that simply look terrible can have them revived with carpet dyeing services. Carpet dyeing can restore carpets without the need for invasive and expensive carpet replacements. Dye Pro Carpet Dyeing & Restoration will share how carpet dyeing can restore carpet inside a hotel to ensure they have beautiful carpet without interrupting the hotel’s profits.
Can You Dye Hotel Bedroom, Hallway, Lobby & Office Carpet?
Carpet dyeing is a unique service that helps to restore the beauty of carpets. Carpets that have faded, developed bleach spots or have stubborn stains can be restored with carpet dyeing services. Whole room carpet dyeing is when the entire carpeted area is redyed, thereby reviving its original coloring. The hotel owner can either dye their dull carpets with the original color of the carpet, or they can choose to change the color of the carpet. The carpet color can be changed, but the result will be a new, darker color. Dull carpets will have a refreshed and vibrant color and even looking new once again. Hotel owners not only benefit by having renewed looking carpets, but at the same time have the carpet in a room or areas redyed very quickly, which doesn’t interfere with the hotel operations. Carpet dyeing is faster and much cheaper than replacing the carpets. Once the carpets have been redyed or even if the hotel owner invested in new carpets, they can maintain clean and vibrant carpet with carpet color revival carpet cleaning services. This service is designed to clean and dye the carpets at the same time which helps to prevent carpet fading.
Specialty Stain Remover & Bleach Spot Carpet Repair
Hotel owners will no doubt experience carpet stains and even bleach spots. Carpets often develop stains that don’t seem to wash out. These stain are considered “specialty stains”. Specialty stains are stains that will not come out and often theses stain are due to exposure to a dyeing like agent that permanently colored the carpet. Specialty stains can be removed by bleaching out the stain. This will not only remove the stain but it will take out the dye in the carpet. The carpet will now be left with a bleach spot. However, bleach spots can be repaired. When repairing a bleach spot either when removing a stain or from an accidental spill you will need to dye over the bleach spot. When repairing a bleach spot you must first neutralize the bleach in the carpet to ensure the dye will bond to the carpet fibers. Next, a carpet dyeing specialist will create a dye that matches the carpets perfectly. The dye is applied and the bleach spot will be repaired. Both stains and bleach spots can be repaired fairly quickly, ensuring the hotel always has beautiful carpets.