Repairing a bleach spot should only be attempted by a skilled and certified dye repair expert (that’s us!). We first have to do a fiber test to determine if your carpet and/or area rug is ‘dyeable’. Wool, Nylon, silk or silk blends, cotton & viscose are ALL dyeable fibers. Once that has been completed, we then need to neutralize any remaining bleach in your Carpet and/or area rug before doing the re-dyeing, otherwise, any remaining bleach can still strip some of the new dyes applied which can cause more color loss. We then will repair your bleach spot by creating a unique and perfected color formula consisting of 1-3 primary colors that will match the target color on your carpet and/or area rug. Call Cleaning Concierge to repair YOUR next ugly bleach spot!
Before & AfterBarrett Wiley2019-04-18T13:33:53+00:00