How to repair bleach stains on carpet: As a professional carpet and rug dyer it pains me to use the words “bleach stain.” Technically stains are color added to carpet such as wine, ink or oil. Spots however, are formed when color is removed from the carpet. So the correct term is actually bleach spot. But who cares, really? you came to our website because we know how to repair bleach stains on carpet. So click on this video I made just for you:
I know what you’re thinking. “Holy smokes! I could do that. No problemo. I just need to get some dye stuff and squirt it with one of those needle things!” If it were only that easy. Most people instinctively grab whatever they can find underneath the kitchen sink or laundry room and start pouring heaps of random cleaning chemicals all over the bleach spot, hoping it will magically disappear. There are actually several steps that need to take place before dyeing can even occur. Here’s what we do:
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