If your rug has experienced water or flood damage you may see dyes bleeding together. Luckily, the experts at The Rug Shopping have dye removal techniques that can correct dyes that have run and restore the rug to its pre-damage condition.
Pet urine is one of the most common causes of rug damage. When the acidic urine is allowed to dry it changes into an alkaline state which can bleach and damage the fibers. We can treat and neutralize your urine damaged rug to deal with odor and color loss.Then our Specialist can restore the colors of your rugs by using precise color restoration techniques.
Both exposure to direct sunlight and heavy traffic can cause color to fade in even the finest hand-made rugs. Our expert artisans are skilled in a complex process of color restoration that will enhance your rug's overall appearance and guarantee it's authentic look.