Sela Anamarija. Rugs. November 22nd , 2017.
Once you achieve a satisfactory color, you can spray the dye to the carpet. Start with applying the dye in a small section of the carpet and then proceed further. You can use a stiff brush or a rotary scrubber to apply the carpet dye. If you are using a brush, make sure you apply in a circular or overlapping motion, so that the dye is spread evenly.
This is the most common method of dyeing used all over the world. It is also called spun dyeing or dope dyeing. In simple terms, the fibers or threads are dyed, which spreads the dye throughout the fabric. A colored pigment is mixed with the polymer from where the yarn fibers are weaved into each other. This causes the color to become an inherent part of the fibers and does not remain only at the surface as what can occur in post-dyeing. The color permanently sticks to the fibers and is not affected by washing the fabric or exposing it to sunlight. The only drawback of solution dyeing is that dyeing colors available are very limited.
Shedding is a very common problem associated with wool rugs. Let's take a look at some ways by which this unwanted shedding can be minimized.
Spin it to remove excess water and put it in a drying rack or spread towels on the floor and place the rug on them to air dry.
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