When bleach spots form on carpets, many people assume the worst. As many know all too well, bleached carpet cannot be washed out like a stain. Bleach spots are permanent as they remove the pigment that is in the carpet. With the pigment gone and only the natural fibers of the carpet left behind, many believe the carpets cannot be saved. However, this is not the case. Carpet with bleach spots can be completely restored. Dye Pro Carpet Dyeing & Restoration will share how professionals can restore bleach spots on carpets.
DIY VS Professional Bleach Spot Repair
Bleach spots are not stains, but more the opposite. They are the absence of color in the carpet. Many people will look for ways to repair bleach spots. There are many crazy methods you can find online. However, none of them are actually permanent and they look terrible. Avoid the crayon and marker repairs. They are truly awful repair options. For those who want to attempt repairing a bleach spot on their own, the only method worth trying is to invest in a bleach repair kit. Kits can be tricky to use as they will either send you a pre-mixed dye that will not actually match your carpets color, or they will send you red, blue, and yellow dyes to mix yourself. The dye formula is where most repair kits go wrong. Mixing the three colors together to accurately match the rest of your carpet isn’t easy. Carpet dye specialists undergo school and training to properly know how to mix the dye. The pre-made dye may come close but they will never perfectly match your carpet. When carpets are made at the factory, the manufacture uses their own dye colors and then do not sell them. Essentially no one dye is the same. Additionally, a bleach spot repair kit starts at $70, which can be a rather expensive mistake. You may find it is a wiser investment to seek professional bleach spot repair from the start.
How Do You Neutralize & Remove Bleach Spots on Carpet?
A professional bleach spot repair service can guarantee the repair matches perfectly. Depending on the size or number of bleach spots that need to be repaired, we can have a bleach spot repaired in 30 minutes. We start the process by cleaning the bleach site and neutralizing the bleach. Bleach remains active in carpets for a long time. This is why most DIY repairs fail. The bleach needs to be neutralized before the spot can be repaired. Next the carpet dye specialist will create the dye color to perfectly match the rest of the carpet. Once the dye dries, the carpet is repaired. The dyes used for carpet are non-toxic and will not transfer onto other surfaces. You can even have your carpet cleaned without worrying about the dye washing out. Bleach spot repair can help reclaim carpets and prevent the need to replace them.
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A professional carpet dye service can effectively repair bleach spots in your home or any commercial setting. When bleach spots occur on your carpets, do not hesitate to have them professionally repaired. For quality bleach spot repair, carpet dyeing and more, contact Dye Pro Carpet Dyeing & Restoration today.