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From the issue: Should You Spot Dye Carpet?

July 01, 2014
KEYWORDS bleach / carpet / identify / office / spots
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Are your workers the cause of bleach spots in your workplace?

Well, now you can be the hero.

We’ve all see those troublesome bleach spots on carpet in hotels, hospitals or office buildings.

They are often found along office hallways, outside a maids' closet in a hotel, outside the laundry room of an apartment building or around the door of the restroom.

It is possible that staff could be the reason they happened in the the first place.

Usual culprits accidentally drip bleach from a cleaning rag, spray bottle, bucket or mop cart.

This article will help you identify some tricks of the trade, identify the different types of dyes used and how to care for different types of rugs and carpet, as every carpet is different.

For more from this article, click here.

For more from the June issue, click here.

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