Nylon & Wool can absorb dyes. Dyeing does not work on Polyester, rayon, olefin Fiber (Polypropylene) (Polyethylene) or other synthetic fibers. Please check fiber to test if it can be dyed - use fiber test
How to dye carpets. Tools needed: 1) Carpet Rake or a rotary buffer 2) Sprayer (pump up type, cordless, Electric or a Hydro injection sprayer) 3) Carpet cleaning machine. You must clean the carpets first and remove all dyes & stains including kool-aid, coffee, wine, rust etc) Any bleach spots must be first spot dyed to match rest of carpet. Apply dye mixture and spray evenly. Pick your color and you will need a dye set so the dye sets into the carpet fiber. I have a new product one step dye set will balance out the pH for superior color match. Then buff the dye into the carpet or use a carpet rake and rinse with a carpet cleaning machine
Full color dye color change 20 oz can cover 1000-1500 sq. foot and 5 lb container can cover 5000-7000 sq. foot
Step one - Clean your carpets thoroughly Step two - remove all stains including any dark stains Step three - apply dyes wet - Step four - remember you can only make your carpets darker - Step 5 - apply dye with even strokes Step 6 - buff or scrub dyes into carpet Step 7 - clean carpets again. Questions 800-510-2436
quality dye work for the room, just don't need it for other rooms, hope the extra dye has a long life
Interior looks new.
I had to by more for exact match, finally worded great
i might of bought the wrong color,still worked though, after the carpets dryed the next day really was almost prefect, I will buy again just takes a little practice
Took a month to get the dye. Had to call after two weeks because I never got a tracking code. Finally got the dye and it just seemed week. Could never get carpet as dark as I needed.
Just don't use the dye penetrate until your satisfied, the dyes are very good quality