Fix small bleach stains with Carpet Dye Pens. Easy to use; just heat and apply. No Mixing. No Mess. Each pen can cover about 100 (quarter size) spots. Use Dye Pen Remover to erase small mistakes. Use Bleach Neutralizer Pen to neutralize chlorine crystals. Dye Pens are ideal for small yellow or white bleach spots on nylon or wool carpet. For larger bleach spots (bigger than palm of your hand) see Home Dyeing Kit page.
5 Pen Homeowner’s Kit (best seller)
The most popular kit for smaller bleach spots because it comes with 3 colors of your choice, Bleach Neutralizer and Dye Pen Remover. Suggested because there is not one magic color that will work for your carpet ; you have to blend the colors. The dye pen remover is there just in case you go too dark and the bleach neutralizer to neutralize the active chlorine crystals.
How do I choose Dye Pen Colors?
Choose 1 color that is closest to the original color of carpet, 1 color that is lighter and 1 color that is darker. Lt Gray is excellent for blending if any gray hues are present in your original carpet color.
The difference between Beige, Tan and Taupe
Is your carpet color truly “Beige”? The difference between these 3 colors has to do with the underlying hue of your carpet. Here is a basic color rule that will help in choosing a color:
Beige carpet has an underlying hue of pink.
Tan carpet has an underlying hue of yellow.
Taupe carpet has an underlying hue of gray.