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Immeditate BLEACH SPILL Soultions?

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Topic: Immeditate BLEACH SPILL Soultions?
Posted By: getpureclean
Subject: Immeditate BLEACH SPILL Soultions?
Date Posted: 19/October/2011 at 4:37am
Hello Carpet Cleaner's,

I was contacted by a frantic customer who had just spilled some (CLOROX) chlorine bleach on her new carpets. She wanted to know what can be done to  mitigate or stop (counteract) any negative effect.

I did'nt have an immediate answer with any real confidence would work. So I'm asking the question to the froum. 

Please help and share your ideals?
 
 Advance thank you,Wink
PureClean Carpet & Floor Care
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Posted By: cleanex
Date Posted: 19/October/2011 at 10:19am
Depending on the carpets fibre you could expect different reactions. Poly and Olfin she may get away with it as long as it was extracted immediatly, if Nylon once it hit the carpet the damage is done.

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Posted By: duckcountry
Date Posted: 19/October/2011 at 3:09pm
A dye service add-on.  I can smell $ over bleach.

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Posted By: John L
Date Posted: 19/October/2011 at 5:19pm
Bummer for them. I'm not a dye expert and was wondering once the bleach bleached out the dyes in the fibers would that damage the dye lots? Preventing a dye to stay in the fibers permanently! Confused


Posted By: LilNiteRidrhood
Date Posted: 31/October/2011 at 6:49pm
You must douse the spots with a reducing agent. The application of the reducer should exceed twice the diameter of the bleach spot. If you don't neutralize well enough you will get ringing that makes correction almost impossible.
Chemspec Browning Treatment works well.


Posted By: CDRX
Date Posted: 31/October/2011 at 6:58pm
I realize it's a little late now but vinegar works well to counteract bleach, it isn't ideal but probably the best product available in a home.   Either way you can neutralize it with a good bleach neutralizer from your local supplier and then spot dye it back to the original color.

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Posted By: cleanex
Date Posted: 31/October/2011 at 7:22pm
As long as you are colour blind that is!!!!!!!!!

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Posted By: siddubey
Date Posted: 01/November/2011 at 12:32pm
A browning treatment would work well on this, but the quicker the dye is extracted the better...

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Posted By: Temple
Date Posted: 17/June/2012 at 11:59am
Need to neutralize the bleach spot with a chemical then spot dye it. Offer your services charge top dollar for saving her carpet.


Posted By: Lavon
Date Posted: 06/June/2017 at 12:31am
I will call the carpet dying expert to died those bleach spots back to the original color you definitely will need neutralizer to neutralize the bleach and then use the primary colors blue red and yellow to color the carpet back to the original color

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