If you spilled bleach on the carpet, it is pretty much done. You can not remove this chemical off the carpet after the bleach mark. So it has to be cut out, and put a new piece in.
I do not want the carpet to be cut out. What are my options?
You can get the carpet dyed. This process requires expertise and some luck. If your carpet is nylon, it could be dyed, but no promise. Polyester carpet has no luck. Bleach or some other harsh chemicals really damages the carpet’s ability to absorb the dye. Even if the carpet holds the dye, it can be a bit off color.
Do you guys Dye carpet, We have bleach mark?
We do not have any expertise in this area. Since it is a hit and miss and could only be applied to a smaller tiny areas, larger areas will require a permanent solution, which is the cut out the area. We strive to a more solid and permanent solution, instead of other solutions.
Do you supply carpet for the patch area?
If you are looking for us to find the identical carpet, we must say, Sorry. This is something we can not do. There is infinite types and color of carpet out there. The best option would be a closet corner. However, we carry some left over carpets, from different installations or removals and might be able to get you something close enough. When you send us the pictures, we can tell if we have something similar. If the carpet piece we have is similar, than a closet corner piece could be used for an identical patch, and the carpet we provide will be used to patch the closet.
Do you have any examples of a repair job?
Here is a sample of the work. The donor piece was taken from a closet.