We love bleach. As a disinfecting cleaner, it is hard to beat because it is affordable, widely available, and kills a wide range of viruses, bacteria, and molds. Bleach is awesome, except for when it is terrible. The downside of bleach is that it discolors most fabrics and it is easy to drip bleach on things like carpet while using it to clean other items.
Bleach on carpet can create discolored spots, which may be white, yellow, or orange, depending on the carpet’s original color. These spots can impact the look of an entire room, and can make even new carpets that are in great shape look old and in need of replacement.
We can fix your bleach spots. While we offer all-over color restoration services for colors that have extensive color damage from sun exposure or wear-and-tear, we also use color restoration to fix carpets that have been discolored because of bleach or other common chemicals. In most cases, we can match the discolored carpet to the color of the rest of the carpet, restoring the cohesive look of your décor.
Great flooring provides a foundation for the rest of the room and removing any blemishes lets your carpet do that job. This option is more affordable than most people realize; depending on the size of the damage, you may be able to completely restore the look of your carpet for what you would pay for a professional cleaning.
Not all chemical discoloration results in lightening. Some common chemicals may even result in discoloration that is darker than the surrounding area. We can probably fix that, too, though it may require a multi-step process. Whatever type of stain or discoloration you are experiencing, contact us for an estimate. We will assess your carpet and your color restoration.