It is most likely that you will end up having a bleach stain on the carpet now and then. Bleach stains appear as white spots on the mat.
The worst thing ever happened to my friend: He splurged to re-carpet his entire house, and no sooner was it finished, he spilt bleach on it. He didn’t know what to do in panic, so he immediately grabbed a washcloth and began trying to soak it up with water.
Are you focused on doing laundry and accidentally spilt bleach on your carpet? We can help you, and by sharing this article with you, we hope it will be informative.
Spot removal, like bleach, is part of our upholstery cleaning service. So we’re here to tell you that if we do not clean bleach stain right away, it will make the carpet change its colour over time. So let’s go back to my friend’s story. After soaking up the bleach with a washcloth and water, the carpet began to change colour. The following day, it was even worse.
The spot was in the dead centre of the floor, with no way to hide it and no means of fixing it. Though your first reaction may be “Oh no!” you’ll be relieved to know that there are a few ways you can tackle removing bleach stains from the carpet on your own. What now?
Stains that are large and have been present for an extended period are difficult to get rid of and require more effort and time. Contact a professional if the stain has been left untreated for too long and has damaged your carpet.
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Experienced, researched and written by GRAEME STEPHENS. PUBLISHED 10/12/2014. UPDATED 20/12/2021