The Correct Method replaces only the missing primary colors with carpet mill dye. It is an exact science not relying on "Trial an Error". When applying the missing primary colors, this dye blends in with the remaining dye creating an exact match. The process is simple and easy to use. The look and feel is the same as the surrounding carpet. Watch the video for a demonstration of this process.
Easy to use patented system. Low risk of making an error. We will walk you through the process
Just as a printer uses three primary colors, we do the same
We only replace the missing primary colors with Carpet Mill Dyes.
Restores Color Loss to the original color. Works on all shades and colors of nylon carpeting
The Look and feel is the same as the original carpet. 100% Money Back Guarantee
All of these bleach spots have one thing in common when restoring their color. The correct method uses an exact scientific approach in replacing only the color missing. Those colors may be blue, red, or yellow. Never a matched color! This is much easier than trying to match a color
To insure the best quality in repairing bleach stains, these three questions should be asked prior to using a professional or purchasing a Do-It Yourself Kit. The first question asked is used in determining the method. Ask if the company can repair an off-white carpet with bleach stains. If they say yes with a surety, then they understand how to replace only the missing primary colors. If they say no or are unsure, then they are attempting to color match the area.
The second question asked is in regards to the dye itself. Ask if they use carpet mill dyes. Do not use concentrated matched dyes found in dye pens. These will not match. There is currently a trend in using products that are not permanent. These are used by professional carpet cleaners and only coat the fibers. These make it difficult in properly repairing the stain at a later date. Partial dye is removed with cleaning. There is also a waxy feeling to the area. The repaired bleach stain should look and feel be the same as the rest of the carpet after repair. When cleaned, the repaired area should not be affected.
The third question asked is in regards to credibility. Ask if they offer a 100% money back guarantee. A 50% money back guarantee is not good enough. This way you will know if the company is credible. Some companies make money by charging a service fee, or refunding partial credit. Some of these kits work only on a few colors. Fake repair photos or testimonies are also used. We have noticed some even using our photos. The videos created will focus on the kit and music and not the results. By asking these three questions, you should be safe. We also suggest checking if the business is listed with the Better Business bureau. Avoid any that are not listed. They may not have a business license. A carpet insert should never replace a bleach stain unless using liquid carpet mill dyes fails. Ninety-eight percent of bleach stains can be repaired if done properly. I hope this helps. We would be happy to answer any of your questions. If you have used dyes found in Dye Pens, RIT Dye, Crayons, sharpie pen, hair dye, house paint or from well meaning professionals, we can help. Thank You