Friday, March 4, 2016

Is Your Carpet to “Dye” For Kind of Carpet?

The flooring is usually the first thing that catches your eye when you walk into a home. Your guests will scrutinize your home by the way the floor looks. When it comes to covering up that flooring, it is by far, the largest surface area. It is also the one thing that everyone will have contact with all day, every day.

The color of carpet will fade over time. It will begin to look dingy and look worn no matter how well you keep it clean or have professional cleaning service done. If the color of your carpeting has begun to discolor and fade, or it is stained beyond getting clean again, or maybe you’re just simply tired of the color, but it is still in good shape, then consider refurbishing it instead of replacing it.

Regular cleaning and vacuuming can make your carpeting look old even when it’s not that old. If your carpeting is nylon or wool, then dyeing it is an effective way to refurbish it. It is also much more economical than replacing it. Dyeing your carpet can give it a new look and extend the lifespan as well as help you change the décor of the room.

If your carpeting is made of the following materials, it cannot be dyed: 

  • Acrylic
  • Polyester
  • Polypropylene

If you’re considering dyeing your carpeting, consult with a professional company that dyes carpeting. They can look at your carpet and advise you if it is dye able as well as offer non-toxic, odor-free solutions.

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