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Rug Color Correction Services by Rug Rangers

Rug Rangers is the most trusted and reputable community of rug cleaning and related services providers or contractors operating throughout the nation. We have the best pool of certified service providers to take care of the various requirements of our customers.

If your fine Oriental rugs and wool & silk textiles have been discolored by the sun or harsh chemicals such as bleach, the rug color correction services provided by the contractors of Rug Rangers can help restore your rug's hue. Small spots treated with our color restoration process are very hard to detect and the process is less expensive than replacing your entire rug, especially if your rug has sentimental value or is a family heirloom.

Rug Color Correction Process

Rug Color Correction Services

To begin the rug color correction process, a team will first determine the degree of the damage. It will inspect and analyze your rug, which will help decide the best course of action. In some cases, color correction will be performed through dyeing. The experts will select a dye that perfectly matches the color of your rug, and for rugs with multiple colors, they will use a variety of different dyes to execute the perfect match.

If the color has faded from a small area (owing to chemical damage), syringes are used to correct it. If large patches of faded color are apparent, a sprayer is used to spread the dye quickly, yet effectively. If your rug has multiple complex color combinations, it will require the use of specialized tools like airbrushes to apply the dye.

Contact our team of friendly and knowledgeable staff at Rug Rangers today at 844-230-3311. Get the answer to all of your rug cleaning and rug repair questions, get a schedule at your convenient time to pick up your rug, clean and repair it at our local rug cleaning contractor's state-of-the-art facility and they will deliver it back to you within 3-5 days. They can also store your rug for you until you are ready to have it back while you are renovating your home or moving.