Round Red Rug – Red is a warm, neutral color that matches all color schemes in a room. However, the red carpet often falls victim to irreconcilable stains that are impossible to remove. Many homeowners choose to color their red carpets instead of completely replacing them. Black is a big mat color because most spots do not show a black rug. The drastic change in color can sound like an expensive and frustrating process that requires a team of specialists;
Remove furniture from the room and prepare the Round Red Rug by first vacuuming and then shampoo it. Vacuum all dirt, dust and debris deep into the carpet fibers. Shampoo to remove remaining dirt and any sticky braces. Roll out the plastic strip and place it against the bottom of the walls, secure on the plastic strip on the walls with the target tape. Tuck the bottom of the plastic strips in the small gap between the carpet and the wall. This protects the walls from the carpet dye.
Prepare the carpet dye kit by mixing the liquid or powder paint with water, according to the instructions of the package. After mixing, carefully pour the mixture into a spray bottle. Spray a 2-foot-of-2-foot patch of rugs at a time, beginning at the far corner of the room. After spraying, scrub the Round Red Rug to push the dye into the deepest fibers. Keep track of how many sprays you use in each section to produce an evenly dispersed dye job. Let the newly colored carpet dry for several days, and then shampoo the carpet again to remove excess paint before it transfers to your skin and clothes. Let the stained and shampoo mat dry completely before using the room.