The problem with bleach stains is that they are not exactly stains. There are not stains, but the discolouration of the fibres, so that’s why it is not really possible to remove these spots. It has removed the colour on the patch of your carpeting and it is not easy to fix at all. The worst part is that the bleach not only discolours, but damage the fibres too!
How to repair bleach stains? Luckily, you can still do something about your carpet. London cleaners will give you some advice, but it is not sure that they will help you at all. At least, your carpet will look better!
1. Even, if the spill is fresh and you can’t still see the spot, you can believe me that the damage has already been done. And now, you can guess by yourself that you can’t remove the discolouration. At least, you can do something about it. First of all, blot the liquid with a paper towel and then rinse with water.
2. Mix ¼ tablespoon of dish washing detergent and a cup warm water. Apply the solution onto the stain with a clean white cloth. Rub very gently and carefully from the outside to the centre of the stain.
3. After a few minutes, rinse and blot up the moistened area. Repeat till is necessary. Rinse with cold water and let the area dry.
The cleaning London companies recommend rearranging your furniture so that the bleach stain is no more visible. But in this case, the better decision is to call them, because they specialise in restoration work. London cleaners will do everything possible to save your carpet.