Do it yourself carpet dye


A carpet adds beauty and value to any home and it's proper maintenance through regular vacuuming and periodic cleaning can add to its life a good 15 to 20 years. The unfortunate part is that inadvertent stains and carpet spots can cause its lifespan to be shortened as well as stain removal providing only a temporary fix, at best. These may reappear after some time, so to avoid this frustration; many homeowners are keen on trying out carpet dyeing, which they can do themselves.

Determining the need for carpet dying

It is an increasingly common complaint from homeowners the world over that carpet spots resulting from spillage of household products have not responded to the many cleaning products in the market and the solution seems to be pointing to coloring the stain. Bleach stains and other household chemicals cause permanent discoloration of the carpet while chemical carpet spots destroy the dye in the carpet, making carpet spots impossible to clean using traditional methods. Most cleaners damage carpets and render ordinary stain removal methods ineffective. When faced with the unsightly look of a stained carpet, the need for coloring it is practical and economical as opposed to replacing it.

Guidelines for do it yourself carpet dye

Replacing a carpet is a costly proposition and can set you back by a good few thousand dollars, not including the cost of installation, which will undoubtedly, hike it further. Professional carpet dyeing is very expensive and an effective and inexpensive option is a do it yourself carpet dye kit from a renowned manufacturer. If used properly and with a little care, these kits can produce terrific results with very little effort and minimal hassle, as it's a self-effort involved. Most nylon and wool carpets are repairable using carpet dye and the majority percentage of all carpets is nylon or wool. According to prominent manufacturers of self-carpet dye kits, all that is needed is for the homeowner to send in a carpet sample (cut from leftover carpet or from the corner of a closet) and a description of the carpet stains. The company sends over a custom do-it-yourself carpet spot dye kit to match the color of the existing carpet and a simple guide with steps to eliminate carpet spots- an easy and cost-efficient way to add new life to floor coverings without having to do away it.

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