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How to Dye Your Carpet With Rit Dye

by Adam Raphael
The carpet was beautiful when you bought it, but now it has stains, fades, spots, and worn-down traffic areas--it doesn't even match the room anymore. Unfortunately, many of these problems can't be removed with a simple cleaning; not only is it ugly, but it reduces the value and comfort of your home...

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  • kelly moore

    i cant wait to try. i have been looking to change color of chairs but cant afford to reupholster and dont care for stiff painted fabric

cool rug! and maybe something i should do with the white rug i thought i could keep white and didn't haha

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You'll need a low-pile carpet, freezer paper, a dinner plate (or however large you want your dots to be), a pen, scissors, an iron, possibly an extension cord, masking tape, spray paint in a contrasting color, a large piece of cardboard, and a work glove.

  • Jennifer Fitch

    I'm going to try this using a zebra striped pattern for my daughter's bedroom :)