Grand Prairie Carpet Cleaning Expert – Alex Baquiran

Top Tips to Care for Colored Carpets

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by keeping your carpet clean, don’t worry, you are not alone. With all the stains that could possibly dirty up your carpet, it begs the question: does carpet cleaning fade carpet color?

Just like any colored fabric, carpet can fade and lose it’s color if not properly cared for. With the broad range of chemicals available to clean carpets it is not uncommon for a carpet to be subject to color loss. If there is a chance it can get on the bottom of your shoe, then it’s probably in your carpet too.

Keeping your carpet clean, fresh, and true to its original color usually takes work. Even if you have the most amazing maid services, many times a proper cleaning falls by the wayside. Here are a few things you can do to prevent color loss in your carpet.


We all love bright, sunny rooms. But the same sun beams the make us feel so good also have the ability to strip color from carpet.  So when you’re not in a room, be sure to pull the shades to block out these damaging UV rays.


You may not realize it, but the chemicals and products you handle regularly can inadvertently cause color loss in your carpet. Bleach, acne medication and facial cream, and even athlete’s foot medication can strip the color from your carpet. So make sure to wash your hands regularly and wear socks whenever possible.


We love our pets, but they do have accidents at times. If this happens, clean it up as quickly as possible. Pet urine is potent stuff and has the ability to remove color from carpet and fabrics.

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Color loss areas on carpet are due to the improper use of consumer carpet spotting products. Unfortunately, these products can also chemically burn or destroy carpet fibers in the process of removing a spot.  They also have the tendency to chemically set spots, turning them into permanent stains.

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