My vet suggested a particular product to use on my pet stained rug, but it made the dyes bleed. Can you fix it?
Over-the-counter cleaning products are far too harsh for the dyes used in hand made rugs. When these are applied to high pH stains like pet urine, it’s a recipe for disaster! Rugs with dye damage need to be specially treated with color removers and reducing agents to achieve even slight improvement in the affected area. This type of color correction is more an “art” than a “science” and the results cannot be guaranteed. We are able to provide a free estimate once we have seen the damage.