For those who have ever walked into an assisted living facility, you will immediately begin accessing the quality of the center. For those who are looking for 24 hour care that will be dedicated to your loved one, you will want to know that they are in the right place. To put your mind at ease, know that most assisted living facilities often work hard to maintain the quality of their assisted living facility. There is a lot that goes into the care of an assisted living facility, such as the maintenance of the carpets. Carpet requires a lot of work to maintain, but one of the biggest challenges is combating aesthetic problems such as stains, bleach spots, and faded coloring. When carpet inside an assisted living facility develops these aesthetic problems they are quickly corrected with carpet dyeing services. For those who manage an assisted living facility and need help improving their carpet’s appearance, Dye Pro Carpet Dyeing & Restoration will share how we help maintain and improve the carpets in an assisted living facility.
How Does Carpet Dyeing Work?
When carpet inside an assisted living facility begins to fade in color, either due to time, UV light exposure or from improper carpet cleaning, know that these are common problems that can be corrected with commercial carpet dyeing services. Commercial carpet dyeing addresses faded, dull or gray looking carpets. Simply it is time to apply a fresh coat of dye to the carpet. When dyeing the carpet the entire carpeted area is coated with dye that is absorbed back into the carpet fibers. When dyeing the carpet the assisted living facility administrator can choose to maintain the carpet’s original color or change the carpet color. Yes, carpet color can be changed. However it will be a darker color than the carpet original coloring. Once carpets are dyed or when carpet has been freshly installed, the assisted living facility administrator can better maintain clean and fresh looking carpet with color revival carpet cleaning services. This is a unique carpet cleaning service that cleans and dyes the carpets at the same time. To ensure vibrant colored carpet in an assisted living facility, seek commercial carpet dyeing service.
Can You Dye Bleach Spots & Stubborn Stains on Carpet?
Dull carpet isn’t the only concern for an assisted living facility owner or manager. Carpet can also develop permanent stains and or bleach spots. Again, both carpet problems can be corrected with carpet dyeing services. Stains, even those that will not wash out, can be removed. This is done by bleaching the stain right out of the carpet. However, now there is a bleach spot on the carpet. When repairing a bleach spot, either done by stripping out a stain or due to a chemical reaction, the bleach spot can be repaired by dyeing over the bleach spot. Before the bleach spot can be repaired by dyeing over the site, the area must be cleaned with a bleach neutralizer. The bleach remains active in carpet and can go dormant and be reactivated. To ensure the bleach spot is repaired properly the bleach must be neutralized.