RUG DYE Difficulties

Wagner, Lisa; David, Melody
May 2014
Cleanfax Magazine;May2014, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p34
Trade Publication
The article focuses on several rug dye difficulties. Topics discussed include the two dramatic treatments to achieve an over-dyed rug such as the aggressive chemical wash stripping and the application of dye over the rug, steps on how to minimize the risks of getting an over-dyed rug, and over-dying tips for cleaners. It also discusses ink problems in dying.


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