A bleach spot doesn't mean you have to replace your entire carpet. Our bleach spot repair service uses permanent dyes made for carpets to restore the spot to its original color.
Carpet bleach spots can be a headache for both homeowners and business owners. The extent of the damage depends on the temperature and amount of bleach involved. The carpet can fade almost instantly or up to 24 hours later, resulting in the carpet turning white, yellow, or purple. There are several common ways that carpet can become bleached or discolored. Here are a few examples of how these spots can occur:
Avoid trying home remedies to dye your carpet. Using products like Rit Dye, teabags, crayons, and markers often create a bigger mess that can be more costly to fix. Save time, stress, and money by leaving carpet dyeing to the experts at Total Cleaning Service.
Save money over replacement
Save thousands of dollars over replacement. Carpet dyeing is an excellent option if your carpet is in good to great condition.
Repair without cutting the carpet
Carpet dyeing is a great alternative to cutting the carpet to make a carpet patch.
Permanent dyes that won't wash out
This process is a permanent repair, so the dyes won't wash out with future carpet cleanings or fade over time.
The Bleach Spot Repair Process
We need to neutralize the bleach before treating the carpet so it won't continue to spread and will accept the dyes.
We use primary colors to create a custom dye mixture that restores the color of your carpet. The dye is carefully applied only to the color-faded fibers to match the existing carpet.
Your carpet will be dry within 2-3 hours and can be walked on immediately without any risk of smearing due to colorfast dyes.
Identifying bleach spots on your carpet is the first step towards fixing them. It's a common misconception that cleaning the carpet will solve the problem, but bleach spots are not stains and cannot be removed by cleaning. Here are some before and after pictures below to show the results you can expect.