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Carpet Cleaning | Carpet Dyeing | Restoring Touch

Description: Is your carpet dirty or damaged? Restoring Touch specializes in cleaning and restoring color! Find out how to bring your carpet back to its original form today!

Carpet Cleaning and Dyeing

If it is time for you to restore your carpeting, there are two main steps for bringing your carpet flooring back to its full original glory: cleaning and dyeing.

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Carpet Cleaning

Everybody needs their carpets cleaned every once in a while. We use the best available tools and products to make sure your carpet is well cleaned, which may be all it needs to bring it back to life. The removal of dust and grime buildup can let the existing color shine back through. This also removes dust, pet dander, germs, and other allergens from the carpet, making your home or business a more friendly place for those who suffer from allergies or other health problems.

 

In the event that carpet cleaning does bring your carpet back to its original color, that would likely mean that the color itself has faded over time or due to damage. If that is the case, there is still an option that doesn’t include throwing away the carpet: dye it!
 

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Carpet Dyeing

On top of using safe supplies, a requirement here at Restoring Touch, the two key methods of restoring carpet color through dyeing are spot control and re-coloring, typically applied together. Spot control helps counteract localized discoloration from damaging forces such as sun exposure or water damage by manually applying dye with an expert eye. Recoloring can also be used to adjust colors back to their originals by applying carefully selected dyes to darken the carpet fibers back to the desired colors, though it is necessary to bear in mind that colors cannot be lightened, so some spill discolorations can only be cleaned, while others may need a combination of cleaning and dyeing for the best results.
 

In the event that carpet cleaning does bring your carpet back to its original color, that would likely mean that the color itself has faded over time or due to damage. If that is the case, there is still an option that doesn’t include throwing away the carpet: dye it!