Neutralizing bleach in the carpet is necessary to ensure the bleach spot will not return. We heat a neutralizing agent and apply it deep into the carpet and padding.
The dye mixing then begins. We use the results from the analysis to figure out what colors are missing in the bleached area and mix a custom dye formula necessary to replace them.
We then bring out the necessary equipment and dyes needed to perform the job. These materials often include dyes, a syringe, and an advanced airbrushing system.
This is worn down carpet that has seemingly reached the end of the road. Sunfading and foot traffic has made the carpets color nonuniform and discolored.
After a full carpet dye, the carpet looks vibrant and fresh again. It does not quite look “new” but it certainly looks and feels like you could use it for years to come.
Sun Fading Carpet Restoration Process
Bleach Spot Restoration Process
*Make sure to include a pencil next to the spot/s for sizing reference.
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