Can’t Patch, So Can Carpet Be Dyed?
Sometimes we can’t patch because there’s no carpet available to use for patchwork, or simply, customers just don’t want patching. In these cases, carpet dyeing might be best solution. This is not a service we offer, so you might want to try some of the following products.
When it comes to bleach stains, Homeowners Bleach Stain Carpet Repair Kit by bleachstain, might be your best bet. It’s slightly expensive, but has great reviews online and the company bleachstain.com is ready for any questions you have. Please keep in mind that this kit is not made for every type of carpet.
A much less expensive option, and product that can be used to dye any discolorations, is Rit fabric dye. They offer their standard, Rit Dye Liquid Fabric Dye, Black 8 oz, and a line for synthetic materials, Rit DyeMore Advanced Liquid Dye for Polyester, Acrylic, Acetate, Nylon and More.
Rit dyes are available for most any color combination, and this company too is available to walk you through the process to make sure you have success with their product. Rit also is recognized by consumers as a great product. All options will take some proper elbow grease and thoughtful planning, but very much could be your solution if you’re in a situation where you need to avoid patching.