Bleach Stains

Bleach Stain Carpet Repair is what we are most famous for. We service many hotels, lawyer’s offices, insurance agencies, and other commercial properties that likely use janitorial companies to clean their offices. Many times, we will see bleach spills or trails of chemicals on the carpet, which can be a giant eye sore. But how can bleach spills on carpet be fixed? Isn’t it permanent? Will I have to replace the entire carpet? These are all very common questions, and this is where we shine. When bleach or other harsh chemicals are spilled on the carpet, they remove the color from the carpet. The potency of the chemical, will determine the severity of color loss. When bleach is spilled on carpet, it is still active until it is neutralized. This means that a bleach stain on your carpet that has been there for 10 to 15 years is still very much active unless it has been neutralized. Once the bleach stain is neutralized we can begin adding the missing color(s) back into the affected area(s), by using the world’s richest dyes. We can achieve nearly perfect color matching by understanding how colors work. We also use a proprietary technology called the ColorCue which allows us to take a picture of the bleached carpet, and the carpet color we want to achieve, and create a perfect color formula that will very precisely be injected into the microscopic dye sites of the carpet fibers. We know you have many concerns about using dyes on the carpet so I’m pleased to tell you that our dyes are guaranteed to be permanent and colorfast for the life of the carpet, they will never bleed, are odorless and non-toxic, and leave no residues behind. You could literally walk on the dyed carpet in brand new white socks immediately after the dyes are applied, and there would be absolutely zero color transfer of bleeding whatsoever. The dyes will never ever bleed. They are permanent. Even after a vigorous steam cleaning or scrubbing. We offer our bleach stain repair services to residential home owners and apartment renters as well. Bleach stains are not always white. They can be yellow, orange, or pink, as well as white. Please give us a call to discuss your bleach spills on carpet issues, and we will be happy to give you a free estimate, and answer any questions you can possibly think of.
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