Bleach is a permanent spot on most kinds of carpet (the main exception being olefin). Bleach is an oxidizing agent, which removes oxygen from carpet, rendering it colorless or with color damage. Bleach spots can appear white, orange, or have a yellowish tinge. Once re-moistened, the bleach remains active, so it must be neutralized before the carpet can be dyed.
Method 1: Spot Dyeing
Method 2: Cut and Replace
Warning and Cautions: Always test material for colorfastness, follow label directions, and never mix product unless specified in the label directions. Each situation reacts differently and results may vary.
This high volume, 1.0 cc per stroke, heavy-duty trigger sprayer fits most standard spray bottles with a 28/400 neck. It comes with a 9-1/4-inch dip tube fitted with a filter screen to keep impurities from entering the trigger chamber.
This cookie cutter is ideal for fast and simple repair of burns and other minor carpet damage. Self adhesive disk eliminates need for glue kit. Includes cookie cutter tool, extra blade, six disks, and instruction booklet
Dye Set Penetrant can be used with all types and brands of carpet dye, under acid or alkaline conditions and with spray or rotary dyeing systems. It reduces existing dye and labor costs by 30-50%!
Bleach Neutralizer stops the chemical reaction of bleach on carpet fibers and dyes and neutralizes it on contact. It should be used any time a bleach spot is re-dyed