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It is our opinion that bleach stain repair is a growing field and will continue to grow, largely ignored in the past. One of the reasons for growth is the recognition that has taken place when bleach stains are dyed correctly. When performed correctly, it is impossible to tell where the stain had occured. This in itself would be reason enough; for to replace sections of a carpet is not always practical, nor is the appearance always acceptable. A bleach stain should always be dyed first using liquid Carpet Mill Dye. If this should fail, which is rare, then Carpet Dye Sticks should be used. Plugging or cutting a section and replacing it should be performed only when the other two fail. Another reason for growth is the recognition of partial bleach stains. These occur when one of the three primary colors is missing in a small degree. All shades and colors of carpet on the market today are composed by combining a different ratio of only three primary colors. All it takes is a slight amount of any one of these colors missing to produce a partial bleach stain. This occurance is very frequent in the off white and lighter colored carpets popular today. Our Carpet dye sticks work great here.
The treatment of urine stains is another big reason. Urine in time will shift to form ammonia, which will cause a partial bleach stain. The color shifts to a yellow orange as some of the primary colors are missing. A very popular reason for getting into bleach stain repair is simply just to make your customers carpet look better.
One of the reasons for spot dye failure in the past and present that continues to make some people leery was based on incorrect assumtions. Thirty years ago we only had a few dark colored carpets. It was fairly easy to match the carpet color with pre-mixed dyes. The mistake was in the continued effort of matching carpet colors with pre-mixed dyes trying to keep up with the ever growing number of new colors available. The problem was that these new carpet colors contained less dye and were lighter in color. To add any of the matched colors to the bleach stain would result in a darker shade. When a bleach stains occurs, only one or two of the three primary colors are usually missing. A third primary color almost always remains within the carpet fibers. Adding a matched color would also add a primary color not needed. It is already in the carpet. It is Therefore our opinion that any spot dye kit containing a color composed of more than two primary colors can not be accurate. We therefore do not recommend using concentrated dyes found in eye droppers or pens.
It is also our opinion that the more colors a spot dye kit contains, the less accurate the kit will be. It is our opinion that these kits created a lack of trust by making the stain appear worse at times. It is equally our opinion, that the fault and lack of trust created in the repair of bleach stains was not with the individual, but with the spot dye kits, use of pens and training offered. It is our goal to restore this lack of confidence and make it possible for anyone to repair bleach stains and be accurate. One of the benifits to you the carpet cleaner is your business will grow. The field is wide open. If a homeowner who on her first time achieved perfect results, what does that say for you carpet cleaners!