04. December 2019
How to Fix Bleach Stains in Hotels in Orlando, FL Bleach stains are a nightmare for hotel managers. Stains on carpeting are typically the result of hotel guests or cleaning damaging the carpet, followed by well-meaning but unaware maintenance workers attempting to clean up soiled carpet, oftentimes resulting in carpet discoloration, what we refer to bleach stains. While there are many carpet dyeing solutions and services that can help restore the original luster...

29. October 2019
Southwest Florida is the home to many 5 Star Hotels, and one thing these hotels have in common is this: All of them have luxurious carpets that are indispensable to their high end extravagant atmosphere. They wisely chose carpet as part of their floor covering to bring style and comfort to their guests. These carpets are often custom made, multi-colored patterned designs of vibrant or pastel colors, typically designed by interior designers to compliment the hotel brand accordingly, as an...

25. October 2019
Has this ever happened to you? Have you ever hired cleaning services for your house or office, only to have some "mystery" faded areas on your carpet? One day your carpet is fine, but the next, somehow after the cleaning company leaves, you notice this ugly yellow area in your carpets. And you think: What happened???!!! If this situation has ever happened to you, know that you are not alone. Being a carpet dyer, unfortunately, I have received countless calls from desperate home owners ...

16. October 2019
Bleach stains occur when the carpet is exposed to a bleach or bleaching agent such as Folex, 409 cleaner, bathroom or kitchen cleaner, resulting in a bleaching, or removal of the carpet dye. The only way to restore bleached carpet is to add the dyes that were originally removed by the chemical. The process of re dyeing a bleached carpet is as follows: First we neutralize the chemical on carpet, allowing for ample dwell time for the neutralization process to be complete, which will depend on