Carpet Dyeing

Clean Bee offers carpet and rug color restoration. Bleach spots, color loss caused by toilet bowl cleaners, sun fading, and color loss caused by aggressive cleaning agents can all be corrected by Clean Bee.

The art form of replacing the missing color has been mastered by the team at Clean Bee. Many times people assume if a brown carpet has a bleach spot that we just add a brown color. “If it were only that easy.” When a brown carpet has been bleached usually the damaged area is not pure white but more a yellow or red tone. This is where the skills and experience come into play, we have trained with the best color restoration experts in the country and have even performed color restoration in the West Wing of the White House on December 31, 2015.

Clean Bee also has extensive experience in removing stains and dyes from carpets and rugs. Many times a stain cannot be removed without also removing color in the unaffected area, this is what most consider a permanent stain.

What if you could remove the color from the stain and then re-dye that spot to match the original? This is a complex procedure but we have had great success doing just that.

As with any color correction, stain removal, or color restoration we strive for perfection but there are so many variables that can affect the final outcome. Our goal is to make the noticeable eye sore to disappear or not be a main focal point.

Please note that not all materials used in the construction of carpets and rugs are dyeable, we may have other options such as carpet graphs and reweaving.

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