Resorts must work hard to have a safe and clean environment for all of their guests. Cleaning a resort involves using a disinfectant cleaner regularly to ensure germs, bacteria, and viruses are eliminated. At times these cleaners may spill or be accidentally used on the carpets, leaving behind a bleach spot on the resort’s carpets. When a resort has bleach spots on their carpet, it can leave some guests feeling that the resort is not properly maintained or clean. In addition, the bleach spots can become very distracting. To remove bleach spots a resort owner only needs to find a quality bleach spot repair service. Carpet Dye-Tech will share how bleach spots can be repaired to help maintain the resort’s aesthetics.
What Causes Bleach Stains (that are Actually Spots) on Carpet?
Bleach spots most often occur when a cleaning product that contains bleach or chlorine chemicals are exposed to the carpets. When a bleaching chemical is used on the carpets, the dye is broken down and eventually the color will dissipate, leaving behind a bleach spot. When bleach spots develop on carpet they need repairing by restoring the color back into the carpet. As a resort owner or manager, you will want to ensure the repairs are perfect. For perfect repair you will want to turn to the professionals.
Can Bleach Spots Be Removed?
When repairing a bleach spot a professional carpet dye specialist will first clean the site of the bleach spot and apply a bleach neutralizer. Bleach will go dormant in carpet and can be easily reactivated which will prevent the dye from binding to the carpet’s fibers. The bleach neutralizer will deactivate and remove the bleach that is still in the carpet. Afterward the site is rinsed and is now ready to be dyed. A carpet dye specialist will create a perfectly matching dye to ensure the repairs match the rest of the carpet. Three dye colors (red, blue, and yellow), are mixed together in the proper proportions to create an accurate color. The dyes are slowly applied to the carpet, ensuring the dye binds to the carpet fibers. Once the dye has finished drying, the bleach spots are repaired.
How Long Does it Take to Repair Bleach Spots?
A bleach spot repair can be repaired fairly quickly. The time will depend on the size and number of bleach spots the resort owner needs repaired. However, on average, a bleach spot takes about 30 minutes to remove. The dyes used for carpet are non-toxic and are mostly made from natural sources. Once the dye finishes drying, they will not wash out or rub off which means the resort owner can safely clean their carpet without fear of ruining the repairs. A carpet dye service can repair bleach spots on solid colored carpet as well as multiple colored carpets. Even though a carpet may use many different colors and have elaborate patterns, a carpet dye specialist will take the time and restore each color of the pattern.
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When a resort has carpets with bleach spots they can quickly and effectively repair them with a carpet dyeing service. For quality bleach spot repair, carpet dyeing and much more contact Carpet Dye-Tech and schedule our services today.