Bleach Spots

Bleach Spots Happen


 As you may know, carpet is dyed and the dye can be removed or altered by many things. The most common are Bleach, Peroxides, Pet Urine, spot cleaning with high alkalinity spotters and Fading.

Carpet Color Loss can be Repaired


Redyeing just the affected areas is very successful and colorfast when it's done by a skilled technician. It can however be a disaster if attempted by the "Do-It-Yourselfer" or the carpet cleaner.

It's an Art Project


Dye is not like paint that can cover up one color with another. It's transparent and the color of the damaged area must be calculated into the dye mixture so it combines with it and becomes the color of the original carpet. 

Have you priced carpet lately?


 The cost of carpet replacement today is anywhere from $600 to $1000+ per room. Most often carpet "uglies out" before it "wears out".

Restore Instead of Replace


 Many times it can be re-dyed to new like condition for a fraction of that price. I have saved people tens of thousands of dollars with my process of color restoration. 

Easy Instant Quotes


Text me a couple pictures of the spots so I can see what you have , and I'll reply with an estimate to repair them.

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Spot Dye Video

I have over a dozen ways of applying carpet dye, here's one of them.

The blue dye combines with the orange spot and turns it back to the original color. Groovy huh?!?  =]

Video of an airbrush spot dye

Check out this great video