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Hair Dye Stain Removal

How do you do hair dye stain removal at home? I’d like to help you with a few simple tips, and with my help, and a lot of luck, you may be able to salvage your carpet or clothes.

 

I want to advise you right up front, that you are facing a challenge that may be futile.

Even as a professional cleaner, removing hair dye stains is an extremely difficult problem that often requires a carpet patch or replacement.

With that in mind, here is a home remedy for your hair dye stain, and the best of luck to you.

You’ll need to gather up a few
hair dye stain removal supplies.

  • Home Pro Pet Stain Spotting Solution
  • Terry Cloth Towels or Paper Towels
  • Handi Brush

 

You’ll need an incredible stain remover, and I recommend my favorite Home Pro Pet Spotter. I know that you are trying to get out a dye, but it works well on Coffee, Tea, Grape Juice, most Food Spills, Blood, Grass Stains, Wine, and even Mold and Mildew. It does not contain chlorine bleach, but works to remove many stains that you might think are impossible to get out.

 

 

hair dye1) Dampen a towel well. Your going to want to keep the spot where you spilled the hair dye damp in the hope of removing it before it sets permanently. The damp towel will help to prevent the spot from drying out.

2) Generously moisten the hair dye stain with the Home Pro Pet Spotter. Use the spotting spatula on the handle end of your Handi Groomer to spread the spotter evenly over the stained fibers.

Blot the stain with a towel, but do not rub or scrub the spot because you may damage the carpet fibers with too much agitation.

Use your Handi Brush as a tamping tool to tap the top of the towel over the stain repeatedly. This will act to help pull out the excess dye into your towel and away from the carpet fibers.

3) Reapply the Home Pro Pet Spotter and then place your damp towel over the spot for 20-30 minutes. Again, blot the excess moisture and hair dye out.

4) If the hair dye is not fully removed you can either reapply the Pet Spotter and damp towel as above, or call in your professional carpet cleaning service. You might want to check to see if the technician that is sent out is trained in carpet repairs, so that he can place a carpet patch if necessary.

5) As a final step in your hair dye stain removal attempt, apply undiluted white vinegar to the spot, and then blot the area with your damp towel to remove the excess. This will help to neutralize the spotting solution.

Remember, if you fail to get the stain out, you are in good company. Many professionals cannot remove the stain, because it is a permanent dye that you are trying to remove. Your carpet cleaning professional may be able to help. So give them a call.



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