Published at Monday, October 15th 2018. by Tanisha Thomas in Area Rugs.
You notice that this rug has very intense red in it, and what happened you can see over here are things like looks pretty good. They look like they're supposed to, but if we look on this side well notice that a lot of these little flowers and leaves - and things actually are supposed to be - this color kind of beige that you see here and then - the red dye - has bled into that. Now sometimes we can correct this, and not always, but we're going to do a little demonstration here and show you how we're able to get this to go back to its original color. Okay, we're going to give this a try.
The first thing we're going to do is we're going to wet this out and there's a reason for this. The reason is that wool holds it a lot of moisture and when we fill up these other fibers with moisture, then this dye removal product will be less likely to get onto the areas that it's not supposed to get on because they're already filled up.
So we're going to use a pipette here and only apply this, this special product to the areas where the diocese has moved into where it's not supposed to be. You can probably hear a little bubbling in the background. You're, the bird singing I'm sure outdoors is the best place to do this now. Do not try this at home and apply some steam move over the area very slowly and hopefully. Yes, look at that! That's what we're hoping for now lots of times.
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