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Carpet Dyeing: Here’s Why You May or May Not Need It

If you’ve found yourself with a unique set of stains in your carpet and regular cleaning doesn’t seem to be doing the trick, you are not alone. This is a common issue, especially with stains from bleach and detergents. Certain substances can permanently change the dye in your carpet, which may require re-dyeing for proper restoration. Today, we’ve put together three questions for you to consider. If the answer is negative for any of these, you may need to replace your carpet or dye it.


No. 1: Have you had your carpets professionally cleaned since the stain?


If the answer to this question is no, always try professional cleaning first. There’s a good chance that a professional carpet cleaner can remove many of the stains. However, the feasibility of removing your stains is case-dependent and requires individual assessment for proper determination.


No. 2: How old is the stain?


If you got a professional cleaning and thought the cleaning was subpar, consider how old the stain is. Older stains become more permanent, while newer stains tend to be easier to remove. Always consider this factor when determining whether you should opt for carpet dyeing.


No. 3: What caused the stain?


This is the most important question of all: What caused the stain? If the culprit was something like bleach, detergent, or a substance with strong dyeing capabilities (e.g., food coloring), you’ll likely need assistance with carpet dyeing to properly address the issue.


If you haven’t yet had a professional cleaning or aren’t sure where to start, give our team a quick call! Whether you’re in the Woodbridge, VA area or not, we’re glad to offer tips or help in any way we can.


Contact us today at +1 (703) 349-4791 or visit www.ncc-va.com for easy online booking (link in bio).

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