Attempting to color correct a Bleach Stain with advice found on the internet may make the spot look worse. Using anything other than carpet mill dye can and will make the spot difficult to repair later on. Crayons will block the dye sites. Never use these. You may have purchased dyes that are of the same color as the carpet. Dyes used in Dye Pens or sharpie pens will cause the same problems. Sometimes a Professional will get it wrong. We can help in some cases in removing this dye and restoring the bleached areas to the original color. The photos show how using a matched color will make the spot look worse. We removed the color and corrected the spot. We left the stain partially incomplete as to see where the original stain was.
Using Matched Color
We assisted in removing dye
Right image partially Restored
To insure the best quality in repairing bleach stains, these three questions should be asked prior to using a professional or purchasing a Do-It Yourself Kit. The first question asked is used in determining the method. Ask if the company can repair an off-white carpet with bleach stains. If they say yes with a surety, then they understand how to replace only the missing primary colors. If they say no or are unsure, then they are attempting to color match the area.
The second question asked is in regards to the dye itself. Ask if they use carpet mill dyes. Do not use concentrated matched dyes found in dye pens. These will not match. There is currently a trend in using products that are not permanent. These are used by professional carpet cleaners and only coat the fibers. These make it difficult in to properly repair the stain at a later date. Partial dye is removed with cleaning. There is also a waxy feeling to the area. The repaired bleach stain should look and feel be the same as the rest of the carpet after repair. When cleaned, the repaired area should not be affected.
The third question asked is in regards to credibility. Ask if they offer a 100% money back guarantee. A 50% money back guarantee is not good enough. This way you will know if the company is credible. Some companies make money by charging a service fee, or refunding partial credit. Some of these kits work only on a few colors. Fake repair photos or testimonies are also used. The videos created will focus on the kit and music and not the results. By asking these three questions, you should be safe. We also suggest checking if the business is listed with the Better Business bureau. Avoid any that are not listed. They may not have a business license. A carpet insert should never replace a bleach stain unless using liquid carpet mill dyes fail. Ninety-eight percent of these bleach stains can be repaired if done properly. I hope this helps. We would be happy to answer any of your questions. If you have used dyes found in Dye Pens, RIT Dye, Crayons, sharpie pen, or from well meaning professionals, we can help. Thank You
Notice the yellow color in the Bleach Stains. The Color Yellow is very Stable. It is rarely missing. Why then would anyone add or match a similar color!
Companies still do this. We only add the colors that are missing. This carpet is a blend of Blue, Red, and yellow. We only need to replace the blue and red. This is what our patent is all about.
Dyeing bleach stains with colors similar to the carpet will result in a wrong shade or color. Most bleach stains are partial and contain some color. Adding colors that are similar with the same carpet color will blend with the remaining color and not match. We replace only the missing primary colors. The result is a near perfect match. We have most accurate and correct method available. If you have made the mistake in dyeing your bleach stains with colors similar to your carpet and the color match is off, we can help in removing this dye and getting the correct shade and color. With this system there is less of a chance in getting the wrong shade or color. At any step in the procedure the outcome is always closer to the original color. We have created this system for the homeowner as well as the professional carpet cleaner. The system has a complete money back guarantee on color satisfaction. The homeowner's spot dye kit provides three solutions that will re-dye many small stains or a few large bleach stains. The professional carpet dyeing kit will re-dye thousands of stains with the same three reactants. We provide assistance with a help line as well as a referral program to find professionals in your area using Color Your Spot bleach stain color restoration dye procedure. Many of you have tried carpet spot dyeing and failed. Major Carpet Dye Kits: Which ones Actually work...and which ones are guaranteed to Torture you, Cost a fortune and then remain on the shelf :Why Spend Huge Dollars On Training For a Pro Spot Dye Kit Only to Discover That You Still Have a Difficult Time Matching Color. Instead OF A difficult Time Understanding a Manual, We Have a One Page Instruction Sheet. The System is User Friendly. This Kit Contains Only What You Need and will Use. We have created what I consider to be the PERFECT BLEACH STAIN REPAIR SYSTEM. Call to see if you agree.