Homeowners Spot Dye Kit, Carpet Bleach Spot Repair, DPK-5

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The Homeowner Spot Dye Kit - 5 total pens for only $89.95

Don't pay $400 or more to fix bleach stains!  Fix it yourself... with our easy Carpet Spot Dye Kit.

Fix your bleach stains! Easy to use. Just heat and apply. No mixing. No mess. Each dye pen will do more than 100 spots.


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The Homeowners Kit is highly suggested since there is typically not one "magic" color pen for your carpet. The more colors present with any dye job, the better the results.  Dye Pen Remover acts as eraser; Bleach Neutralizer Pen deactivates chlorine crystals.

The Homeowners kit includes your choice of 3 Color Dye Pens, Dye Pen Remover & Bleach Neutralizer Pen



Each dye pen will do more than 100 spots.  Use a specific color or a one-step blend.  Erase mistakes with dye remover pen.  Use other pens to neutralize bleach, remove rust stains, Kool-Aid, shoe polish, food stains, and many more spots. Permanent acid dyes will not wash out or rub off.  Made for dyeing nylon, wool, and silk fibers/blends.

Dye Pen Color Choices

Note:  When picking colors, pick from the same color group from the chart above. Example:  If you have beige carpet, pick pens (1-lt beige, 2-beige, 3-dk beige), if you have gray carpet, pick pens from group (19-lt gray, 20-dk gray, 21-smoke), etc. This will give you the best coverage and allow you to blend the colors to the correct shade of your carpet.

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.


Simple Directions:


Apply Bleach Neutralizer Pen to neutralize bleach crystals that are left from the spilled bleach. (Chlorine bleach will continue to reactivate when moisture for up to 2 years if crystals are not neutralized).



Microwave on “ Low” or “Defrost” setting with CAP OFF for just a few seconds. Or heat water on stove and sit pen in water with cap side up, cap off. Dye should be at least 130 degrees



Shake warmed container. 

Pick closest color to carpet. Start with the lightest color available and darken as needed. 

Lightly apply dye in multiple layers and work dye down into the fibers with your fingers. 

Apply more dye as needed. Darken as needed. Lighten with Dye Pen Remover if shade has become too dark. 


The color of the carpet will not change as the dye dries. The color is permanent after 3-5 minutes.



Note: Dye pens must be blended with other colors for optimum results. Do not expect perfect results with dye pens. Dye Pens are designed to be a last resort for the bleach spot on your carpet, not a perfect color fix. When in doubt or want of guarantee, call a professional carpet dyer.