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*Americolor color shades are designed to give a general idea of the color characteristics of each dye, not a guarantee of how the dye will look on various shades of carpet or a particular formula. Different viewing monitors and screen resolutions as well as the specific application may give a different variation of the actual color.

Cant find the exact color you would like?
We can custom blend you a special carpet color. A reproduction will be made of the carpet sample you send to us. All samples should be at least 2″ square. Best for full room dyeing or sun faded carpets, not for bleach damage with yellow or orange bleach spots. Mail us a sample of the carpet color you would like with your contact information.  Please call or email for more info as we do not guarantee perfect results.
Custom Blending Fee – $55.00 + cost of dye $27.95 ( only available in liquid 8oz containers) 

Do you have the proper chemicals for your dye job? When using carpet dye you must have One Step Dye Prep (or Dye Set Penetrant and pH Stabilizer)

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About Carpet Dyes

Americolor Carpet Dyes are just like the original mill manufactured dye already in your carpet. These dyes are permanent, professional, vibrant, highly resistant to fading and available in over 70 colors. For use on Nylon and Wool carpet only. (Don’t know if your carpet is nylon or wool? Please use the test at the top of Full Room Carpet Dyeing page) For orders over 5 lbs please call us directly at 503-670-3937.

Powder dyes ensure that you can mix your color to the exact strength desired. Simply lighten by adding more water and simple darken by adding more dye.

How much do I need?

  • 20 oz container can cover up to 1000 sq ft*

  • 5 lb container can cover up to 5000 sq ft*

*Each carpet dye job is different and the exact amount of dye bath required varies from job to job. Each dye job is affected by factors such as the method used to apply the dye, the length and density of the carpet’s fibers , the strength of the dye formula and and the intensity of the color. The figures used in our calculations are based on color restorations and simple color changes for medium grade carpets ( ⅜ “ to ½ “ thick and medium density).