Perth Carpet Dyeing Services

Carpet dyeing is a great alternative to replacement if your carpet is troubled with Bleach Spots, Rust Spots, Pet Spots or Sun Fading. In fact, most residential or commercial carpet, including persian and oriental rugs, can be dyed and restored as new. It is a great investment because the condition of the carpet is a reflection our your living quality. A bright new carpet would bring your rooms to a brand new life.

All carpets always age with different problems, such as food stains, pet stains, sun fading or bleach spots. Unfortunately, the effect of dry or steam cleaning eventually diminish and no longer give the same renewing result. This is when most homeowner face the decision of replacing their nice carpet which still function as is but no longer looks the best.

Our specialised carpet dyeing service can be an alternative to premature carpet replacement. A good carpet can usually last for more than 15 years. If yours is still in good shape but your cannot stand the appearance due to discoloration and  stains etc. we can bring your carpet back to the nice new looking. If you are unsure of your carpet condition, our carpet dyeing technician can provide free consultation to help your reach a proper decision.

Here are some of the common carpet issues that you might want to consider carpet dying as a solution.

Bleach Spots

Bleach spots are caused by many different chemicals. Including bleach, mildew cleaners, strong shampoo and spot cleaners.

Rust Spots

Rust is usually caused when metal that is touching the carpet is exposed to water. This can be caused by metal furniture, fish tanks, water heaters.

Red Spots

Red spots are caused by a number of different household items. Generally food or drink related.

Dark Spots

Many situations can cause permanent dark stains. Garden soil, grease, food, pet, etc.

Furniture Stains

Stains caused by furniture can be corrected. Many times a spilled drink will drain down a furniture leg and cause a spot.

Food Stains

Many foods can cause spots. Ketchup, mustard, green vegetables, wine, cooking grease, etc.


Sunfading can be caused by direct or indirect sunlight. The color can be restored to make the fading unnoticeable.

Pet Stain

Animal urine, feces and vomit can cause spots.

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