Does anyone know where I can learn to do carpet dyeing. The town I live in has quite a few colleges properties and seems like some get carpets dyed instead of replacing. Any info would be helpful.Thanks
Interlink Supply offers a class that is IICRC approved in carpet dying . Each location may or may not offer it. You may have to travel to one that does offer it. I took the class in Nashville TN. and bought the solutions but never got brave enough to do it. It seems simple for some but very complicated for others. Go to following link and put in your zip code to see what the closest one is to you. It is a great market if you are one of the ones that can master it.
Having your carpet dyed by a professional generally runs about a dollar a square foot. To find a carpet dye professional near you, look in your local phone book under carpet dyers. If there are none, look at the carpet cleaning ads to see if they do carpet dyeing or color repair. The carpet care professionals that advertise membership in a skill organization are more likely to have been trained in color repair.
Post by David Bergman on Dec 9, 2013 22:51:59 GMT -5
Carpet dye is a low cost alternative to give your carpet a total face lift. Both nylon and wool carpets can be dyed. Carpet dying is truly an art form. If you are going to give it a try yourself and want to eliminate the cost of the professionals, learn this art and do first with a scrap carpet.
Carpet dying is truly an art form. If you are going to give it a try yourself and eliminate the cost of the professionals I encourage you to get some scrap carpet, hopefully in a similar color to what you are going to dye, and then practice, and practice some more. If you feel confident you can do it, go for it. But remember the cost of the professional might be a good investment of money because you could wreck your entire carpet.