Red Dye Removal – Nail polish
This morning we had a frantic call from a young girl from Ipswich qld who had just accidentally spilled some red nail polish on her mums new carpet. She was in luck today as we had a spare carpet cleaning appointment available in the afternoon. We advised her to leave a moistened cloth on top of the red dye stain area as to keep it from setting. She did the right thing to not attempt to remove red dye stain as it could have got a lot worse. As you can see from the photo this is a classic red dye stain on cream carpet.
We arrived in the afternoon and got to work setting up our truck-mount carpet cleaning machine and getting the necessary tools ready for the red dye removal procedure. First we used the carpet cleaning machine to flush out the stained area and neutralised the ph level so there would be no chemical residue in the carpet before we started our red dye removal techniques. We then applied the special red dye remover spotter and used our steamer to start to activate the red dye remover spotter. We use a steamer to activate the spotting solution as it is a safer option to use than the traditional steam iron method. After a few applications we managed to remove all of the red dye from the carpet and we now have one very happy carpet cleaning customer from Ipswich qld.
This dye stain removal was made easier because the customer did not have an attempt at removing the stain herself using other spotting solutions, and she had called us straight away so the the nail polish stain hadn’t had a chance to set in.
Red dye stains are not all we can remove. We can also remove other stains like soft drink stains, orange juice stains, tea and coffee stains. Any queries regarding dye stain removal call River city carpet cleaning Ipswich Qld