Businesses and commercial settings often use carpet throughout their buildings to help reduce distracting noises, improve insulation, and enhance aesthetics. When bleach spots are found on the carpets it can ruin the aesthetic and quality of the carpet. Depending on the nature of the business, bleach spots can have small to big effects. When carpet has developed bleach spots, they can be repaired. Dye Pro Carpet Dying & Restoration will explain how bleach spots are repaired with accuracy.
Evaluation of Carpet Bleach Spot
For perfect bleach spot repair, the best option is to seek a professional bleach spot repair service. When hiring a carpet dye and bleach spot service, the technician will take every step needed to ensure perfect repairs. When repairing bleach spots, there are many steps and each bleach spot is slightly different. Some spots require additional steps to repair the site. The very first step is evaluation. The technician will inspect the bleach spot to determine what is needed to repair the bleach spot. Not all bleach spots are the same. There are different levels of bleaching. For example, when the bleach spot is white or pale in color and all of the dye has been stripped out, this is considered complete or severe bleaching. If some color remains, then complete bleaching did not occur. In the event that complete bleaching did not occur, then the bleach spot will need to be bleached out again. It is important to remove all of the color in the repair site to ensure the repairs match.
Bleach Spot Carpet Cleaning & Dye Application
After evaluation, and if the bleach spots need furthering bleaching, the next step is to clean the site thoroughly. It is important to remove any traces of chemical, dirt and other substances that may interfere with the dyes. The site will be cleaned and rinsed many times to ensure the site is ready to be dyed. Once the site has been cleaned and properly prepared, then the dye will need to be created. A professional bleach spot repair and carpet dye technician can accurately recreate the dye formula that will match the rest of the carpet. Once the carpet dyes have been made, it is applied to the bleach spot. When dyeing the carpet, it is important not to put too much or too little dye over the bleach spot. Too much can result in a dark spot and with too little, the site will look lighter. The right amount must be applied to ensure the bleach spots match the rest of the carpet. Depending on the size of the bleach spot or spots, different ways are employed to apply the bleach, One method it to use a spray brush to gently cover the bleach spot with the dye. Another method uses a dropper or syringe to apply the dye in small and controllable portions. The dyes are slowly blended in until the bleach spot matches the rest of the carpet.
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When hiring professional bleach spot repair services, you can count on perfect repair and beautiful carpets. For bleach spot repair, carpet dye and more, contact Dye Pro Carpet Dyeing & Restoration today.