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This video explains how to use Carpet Dye Sticks to effectively remove carpet stains and spots caused by household items such as bleach. Now, removing carpet stain and spot is easier than ever! Learn how to do it yourself. Watch the instructional video below. If you have a carpet stain bleach in your home or office than carpet dye sticks is the answer. See how fast and easy it is to fix a carpet bleach stain. and cover all other types of carpet stain.
"Carpet Dye Sticks are your affordable solution for renewing color due to spots and stains caused by pets and sun damage as well as household items such as bleach, dirt, coffee, red juice, wine, tea, ink, oil, grease, chocolate and candle wax."
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Hi folks!! Thanks for stopping buy, I hope you have not lost hope yet, The Internet can be a strange place to get just the answer you need. i think this will be your last stop for carpet repair answers.
My Name is John Smock and I have been in the carpet repair and restoration business for 28 years (1981) and let me tell you it seems a lot longer. I have seen every situation and every carpet problem and every so called solution for every carpet fix up, patch and repair problem and tool.
Remember that in all so called permanent stains the chemical composition of the carpets fiber has been changed by the chemical that has altered the color and fiber make up of your carpet. With this said You should know that here is only one product on the market that will work on all types of carpet fibers and stains and that is "CARPET DYE STICKS"
I think to keep this from being too long I will describe the situation and then give the solution(s)
Being that this site is primarily for bleach and color loss stains I will start with BLEACH STAINS and SPOTS
BLEACH STAINS AND SPOTS; This is where the color of a carpet has been bleached out and now the color is bright yellow. Carpet colors can be removed from carpet fibers by many different types of household cleaning solutions and even things like facial medications with peroxide. As you may have noticed more and more liquid and powder cleaners these days contain bleach. Bleach is a very high PH chemical and can do more damage to your carpet than just take the color out, if left untreated the bleach and most other cleaning agents can eat the fibers and backing of your carpet until it starts to fall apart. As stated in our free video, carpets that have been bleached should first be cleaned with a hot water extraction carpet cleaning machine such as a rug doctor or a Bissel or better yet a professional carpet cleaning technician who uses a truck mounted liquid steam cleaning unit, I emphasize liquid because I am not convinced that the units that use only vapor steam will clean as well as those that use real liquid hot water. Remember that what ever you use it is always best to rinse the carpet after cleaning with just hot water and go over it an extra stroke or three to make sure you have not over wet-ted the carpet, It should dry in no longer than 8 hours so put fans if you have them and crank the A/C or heater way up. Even carpet cleaning soaps and slurry that cleaners used for carpet cleaning can eat at your carpet fibers if left in the carpet, It would be like shampooing your hair with out rinsing the shampoo out. It is possible that a small bleach stain or spot could be cleaned and rinsed using only a towel some water and your hands, we do sell a hand held carpet grooming brush that is perfect for cleaning stains and applying carpet dye sticks. See our video for the explanation on how to mix carpet dye stick colors on your damage carpet to restore the color. CARPET DYE STICKS WORK WONDERS ON REPLACING THE LOST COLORS ON YOUR HOME CARPET
WHITE COLOR LOSS SPOTS AND STAINS : In most cases a bleach stain that is white and not yellow is because the chemical that took the color out of your carpet was an acid PH or a low PH and would have most likely been a toilet tub and tile cleaner. It is also possible that your stain is white because of the carpet fiber type. Remember that CARPET DYE STICKS are the only product on the market that can add the color back to any carpet fiber and any type of carpet stain. White color loss stains are easier to fix because the yellow is a little more difficult to cover. again see the free video for color mixing details for carpet dye sticks repair and fix solutions.
PLANT STAINS: Do have an orange looking round stain from where your house plant was sitting and getting wet from a leaky potted plant? This is what is commonly referred to as a "Plant Stain" and it is a common problem, I have always noticed that Plant stains turn the fibers of the carpet rough and brittle, this is because the fibers have been damaged by the water and possibly by the plant food. These stains can never be dyed with a liquid dye yet dye sticks work well on them.
SUN FADED CARPET BY SLIDING DOORS AND LOW WINDOWS; Being that most carpets are some shade of tan, beige, brown of taupe, these stains are usually a greenish tint of the original color. This greenish color is because the carpet color was made up of differing degrees of RED, YELLOW AND BLUE, When the sun faded out the red it was left with yellow and blue and every one knows that yellow and blue makes green, every one may not have known that red, yellow and blue make up all brown tone carpet colors and that's why in our free video demonstration we explain how to Analise colors from a stand point of red, yellow and blue. I have seen carpets that had been baked by the sun at a low laying window and faded so bad that even the strongest liquid carpet dyes would not dye them yet carpet dye sticks had no problem fixing the faded carpet and redyeing the carpet. Remember the rd dye was missing and needs replaced with carpet dye sticks.
GREENISH PET STAINS; Like the above sun faded carpet the pet stained carpet that turns greenish is a situation of the red dye being bleached or faded out as the pet urine turned from bodily acids to an ammonia and the chemical change removed the red carpet dye in the process. again the red most be redyed into the carpet after the carpet has been cleaned and rinsed. Use the original carpet dye sticks kit with a red dye stick from the BOOSTER SET.
A RIP IN THE CARPET; Most rips in carpets accrue at a seam and in so many cases it is a pet being shut off in to a room that causes the carpet seam to be destroyed. If the seam or rip in the carpet is in the door way it can be repaired more easily than if it is in the middle of a room. If the carpet has not been removed or if a none of the carpet has been lost than the seam can simply bee glued back to the seaming tape or carpet backing with a hot melt glue gun, if no backing nor seaming tape is there you can use a piece of fabric as a new backing or get some seaming tape from a carpet company or a carpet repair man, IF CARPET HAS BEEN LOST and more carpet is needed to make the repair than it can be obtained from a closet under the stairs or from a left over piece. (I always look up in the attic or in the garage when needing extra carpet for repairs. When a patch the length and width of a door way opening is needed we call this a "SADDLE" a saddle is much easier It will only require that two seams side by side will be needed and because this is where an original seam most likely was it will appear to be normal and not have the tendency to show as much as a patch in the middle of the room. In order to do a saddle you will need to cut the carpet out that is damaged and make a very straight cut following the wall on either side of the door thresh hold and seam in a new piece that has come out of the closet or an extra piece of carpet.
A PATCH; A carpet patch can be of any size from replacing one fiber to a huge 3 or 4 foot square or even larger. For the most part a patch is some thing from the size of a penny to maybe 6 inches or so, When doing a patch in most cases you have a piece of carpet that has never been walked on being patched into a spot that is in a high traffic and worn area, one really good way to fix this situation is to use an iron to steam the seams of the patch after the patch is complete or if you have some carpet seaming tape use the steam with the iron to melt the glue on the tape while patching the carpet. After you have cut and evened off the damaged rip or hole in your carpet and after you have cut a nicely fitting piece to be patched in either use the seaming tape along the edges of the hole or a piece of cloth or canvas, with the cloth or canvas you will need to use a hot melt glue gun but with the carpet seaming tape you will only use the iron. once you have either glued with the glue gun or just loose fitted the carpet patch in with the seaming tape in place take 4 wet paper towels folded over so that it is about 8 layers thick on the seam of the patch , take a fully heated iron and press it on to the wet paper towels and hold for just 60 sec. the steam will not only cause the glue to melt so it will stick to the carpet and patching cloth or tape but at the same time it will loosen the edges of the patch making it fit nicely and will loosen the twist of the yarn to make it match the more worn carpet of the high traffic area on your carpet. Repeat the iron on all areas of the seam and edges of your patch.
RED COOL AID STAINS; These stains can be made of anything with a red color but are commonly referred to as "cool aid stains". Like the bleach stains it should be cleaned first to try to get all you can out before using the carpet dye sticks. Remember carpet dye sticks are the only product that will cover stains and can recolor a carpet a lighter color than it was to begin with.
I hope all this helps you in your quest for the perfect solution to carpet stains bleach spots and fixing carpet repairs and patches.
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