Carpet Dye for Bleach Stains and Carpet Stain Spot Remover
Carpet Stain Removing & Carpet Dye for removal of Bleach Stains
One Carpet Dye Sticks kit
will dye hundreds of carpet bleach stains!
Carpet Dye Sticks are your affordable solution for all carpet stains, carpet stain spot remover and carpet dye problems caused by pets, sunfade color loss and bleach stains, as well as bleach carpet stains from household items such as cleaning chemicals, cleaners with bleach, window cleaner, bug spray, dirt, coffee, red drinks, wine stains, tea, ink and many other types of carpet stains.
Carpet Dye Sticks Products
The simplest Carpet Cleaning & Spot Removal tool on the market
Which carpet dye is better for covering a carpet stain / bleach stains?
Liquid carpet dye or Carpet Dye Sticks for bleach stains?
Liquid carpet dyes cannot cover a carpet stain (Bleach Stains) but can only add to or mix with the color of the carpet stain. e.g. If you add red carpet dye to yellow bleach stains you will get an orange carpet stain because red and yellow make orange, likewise with blue and red you get a purple carpet stain. The colors are mixing with not covering up the (Bleach Stains) carpet stain, this is carpet dye 101. Carpet Dye sticks are both a carpet dye and a "carpet stain pigment" Used to recolor a carpet stain or for removing bleach stains. A pigment (Carpet Dye Sticks) can cover a carpet stain or bleach stains something like paint can paint a wall. Liquid dyes can only work on bleach stains and that is if you have an air brush to apply and feather them to the bleach stains precisely to the amount of each area of the bleach stains. Liquid carpet dye has a dwell time. Dwell time is the time in which carpet dye changes color as it sets. Dwell time for most carpet dye is about 30 minutes. Carpet dye sticks can dye carpet stain and bleach stains with no dwell time, that is to say that as you apply them to bleach stains or to a carpet stain the color you see is the color you get. (No Waiting). Think about how much trouble it would be to wait 30 minutes every time you add a little more carpet dye as you are dyeing bleach stains or a red carpet stain.
Carpet dye sticks are so simple to use that anyone can easily and effectively dye bleach stains or even a cool-aid carpet stain in minutes. Liquid dyes cannot dye a cool-aid carpet stain because they only work if the carpet stain is lighter than the original carpet color. This is no problem with "Carpet Dye Sticks for Bleach Stains" Liquid carpet dye can only be used on one type of nylon carpet fiber (There are many different fiber types) Carpet Dye Sticks can be used on every fiber type and on any color of a carpet stain or on yellow bleach stains. This is because carpet dye sticks are a specially formulated hybrid between carpet dye and "Pigment carpet stain", making them a bit more like paint. Carpet Dye Sticks unique formula makes them perfect for any carpet stain and for all types of bleach stains. White Carpet Dye Sticks: Liquid carpet dye does not come in white; only Carpet Dye Sticks for bleach stains offer a white dye, because we use a pigment carpet stain for covering bleach stains on carpet. Our White carpet dye sticks are for lightening and shading a carpet stain as well as a spot remover for white carpets. This makes removing bleach stains simple and safe.
Carpet Dye Sticks are simple and safe.
Applying liquid dye to bleach stains or to a carpet stain can be a difficult thing. Bleach stains like any carpet stain from a spill come in all shapes, sizes and shades of color. As with bleach stains any carpet stain from a spill can be 10 different shades and colors as the spill splashed on the carpet. I really don't know how a home owner who has no equipment nor training with an air brush could expect to apply the right amount of liquid dye to the various parts and shades of a carpet stain or to bleach stains.
Carpet dye sticks on the other hand comes in a convenient marker like application and can be applied directly to the carpet stain or to bleach stains. It’s easy to shade just the right areas of the bleach stains as needed to recolor and match the carpet stain to its original color. Any carpet stain like bleach stains can be dyed with perfect color match with Carpet Dye Stick while liquid carpet dyes can only be used on one type of fiber and only on one type of carpet stain and that's if you have the expertise to apply it only where it is needed. Carpet dye sticks win by a mile when it comes to ease of use and effectiveness in results, for re-coloring any carpet stain as well as bleach stains on carpets watch our free "Remove bleach stains" video.
For fast easy carpet stain removal use carpet dye sticks for bleach stains.
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