Bleach spots on carpets

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  • Shay Johnson Shay Johnson on Jun 18, 2018
    How to Remove Bleach Spots From Carpeting - YouTube this would be the way I do it. Cutting out that patch to replace would save a lot of money.

  • Bijous Bijous on Jun 18, 2018
    1. Cut out that section of carpet with a carpet knife or box cutter. Use new blades.
    2. As you lift it up, take notice of how the weaving looks on the back. You will want the new piece to face in the same direction.
    3. Move a piece of furniture that cannot be easily seen underneath and cut a piece of "clean" carpet from that spot. You will be replacing that piece with the bleached one.
    4. Purchase carpet tape and put down strips on top of padding in the cut outs.
    5. Put down the cuttings and fluff up the edges to blend the fibers from the existing and the new patch(s) together.