When there is any spot in the rug, most of the time homeowners go for a DIY process. DIY processes like bleaching are cost-saving and easy. But when you use bleach for removing spots it leaves a stain on your rug. In some cases, it also discolors the rug.
Now your rug has a bleach stain on it. So, don't use any other DIY process to make it worse. It is always better to call a professional for your rug issues. Dalworth Rug Cleaning's team will help you with your rug cleaning. You can also reach us for your area rug cleaning and rug repair.817-318-6121 Schedule an Appointment
Bleach stain can be removed. Although, the process is a bit difficult. Thus, seeking professional help will be the best option for you. They will assess the fabric or surface affected by the bleach and provide the right solution.
Before the process, you should know how bleach works. Bleech usually works by chemically removing the color. So while removing bleach color you should think about damage control.
Removing bleach stain mainly follows 3 steps. Those are,
Removing Stain: The first action will be using a bleach neutralizer. Using the right amount and mixture is important.
Restore Color: Modify the color to make the stain less visible.
Re-Dyeing: Re-dyeing with a professional. This can help mask the bleach stain. It would provide a more uniform color on your rug.
If you accidentally spill bleach on your rug then don't panic. We can remove those stains for you. Just reach out to us when a situation like this occurs.
Dalworth Rug Cleaning's experts have 5 decades of experience with rug cleaning. If you are living in the area of Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, Garland, and more call us at 817-318-6121. We are also available online as well. Leave a quote here.