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Unlike staining agents, like coffee or wine, which add colour pigments to a rug, bleach removes colour pigments from your rug. Consequently, you cannot ‘clean’ bleach out of a rug. This is the reason that in years past bleaching agents were death sentences for a family heirloom.
Luckily, with rug dyeing we can save your rug from bleach spills. Our process is the same as the colour restoration process; we mix a custom formula and restore pigments to your rug.
A rug stain occurs when colour pigments are added to your rug’s fibers. If this happens, the first response it thoroughly clean the rug. To do this, we use our signature 7-step rug cleaning treatment.
Sometimes, however, cleaning products are not enough. When this happens, there is not much anyone can do without bleaching your rug.
Rug dyeing solves this problem. If a stain is great enough and the fibers are in good shape, we can bleach out the stain and then use our dyeing process to restore the colour. It’s a multiple step system but it works.
If your rug has been exposed to water, the darker dyes may have bled into lighter areas of the rug. If this is the case, we can repair the rug by painstakingly using special products to strip the dyes from the light areas.
Colour restoration is the process of restoring vibrancy to a rug by adding dye to faded colours.
The process is as straight-forward as it is complex. We begin by using a colour detailing application to take pictures of your rug and determine the colour framework of your rug. Once we have the framework, we determine which colours match the original colours of the rug and mix a custom dye formula.
The dye is then added into a specialised airbrushing system and the specialist carefully adds the dye meticulously to the rug. For fine detailing, the specialist uses a syringe to apply dye directly to the rug.
A new formula is used for each unique colour.
After the rug is dyed, the rug is examined for inconsistencies. If there are any issues, the specialist strips dye out of undesirable places to adhere to quality standards.