How can I dye carpet myself?

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Dying your own carpet can save you hundreds of dollars and it is a pretty easy job. To ensure a great dye job first know the kind of carpet you have. Before you can start clean your carpet thoroughly and inspect it so you know where all of your trouble spots (stains) are. For uniform color apply the dye during the day so you have that natural light. Using a carpet shampooing machine spread the dye on the carpet. Allow to fully dry. For more info on carpet dying click the link below. www.edubook.com
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Although it would be easier and maybe a bit less messier to have a professional service your carpet, one can dye carpet. To do so, you will need these basic tools to start. A vacuum cleaner, shampooer, sectioning tape, gloves, water and a bucket. After sectioning off the area to be dyed, shampoo your carpet, mix the dye and apply in circular motion using a brush, and allow the carpet to dry.
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