wall to wall carpet dyE

Courtesy of Dye Masters

Spot Dye Wizard has teamed up with Dave at www.dyemasters.org, and of all the technicians I have known over the years, Dave has the best set up in his van. It has a 40 gallon tank that he mixes the dye in and with Scott his assistant, delivers the best results and capable of doing any wall to wall carpet dyeing job. From a single room to a large house or commercial building. Some color changes are possible however restoring the original color and a few shades darker is what we usually recommend.

There are 2 types of fading

Direct sunlight of course, but also Ozone fading. Ozone fade is pollutants in the air mixed with humidity and when it settles on carpet acts like a peroxide and causes fading. 

Dyeing the carpet darker hides a multitude of sins

Bleach spots, Kool-Aid stains, pet accidents and “traffic lane” grey are a few unsightly things that go away when the carpet is dyed completely.

The carpet matches the drapes in Frankies world

Say What?!? Lol Seriously I fixed a carpet that a decorator had just put in that didn’t match the sample she had to coordinate with the drapes. I sprayed some gold dye on it and saved the day, otherwise they would have had to replace the carpet.

Perfect solution for property management

Wall to wall dyeing can extend the service life, of carpet, to aid landlords in getting another tenant before it has to be replaced.

Disclaimer Alert

It won’t be new carpet but some say it looks like new when I’m done. Dyeing will not improve the worn traffic lanes. So if it’s really worn, save your money and buy new carpet.

Dyeing also won’t help your soiling issues. If you think dyeing the whole carpet will keep a carpet from getting dirty so soon after cleaning… it will not, but it may help to camouflage the soil. I usually recommend that you just clean the carpet more frequently. It will be less costly to do that too.

However dyeing a carpet darker may be easier to maintain.

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Carpet Color Change Part 1

Carpet Color Change Part 2

Carpet Color Change Part 3