I had this bleach stain on my brown carpet and I bought carpet dye sticks on line.
These dye kits are do-it-yourself spot dye kits that really work to fix bleach on carpet.
To work the bleach spot needs to be properly and fully neutralized, using a bleach neutralizer in order to prevent the spot from just fading out again once it has been cleaned.
Thanks for providing this review.
I found this instructional video on You Tube about these carpet dye sticks kits, because I have neither ever heard of them nor do I have any idea if they work as promised.
Please note that I do not believe this review from Anonymous was a review from someone at the company producing these kits, but I am not totally sure. That is why I am publishing this with this disclaimer.
Therefore, I would really like to hear comments from readers who have used these kits to say whether they work well for them or not.
I have read lots of reviews from Amazon.com about these products, and they just weren't overall favorable. Right now I would personally not purchase them!
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