Seagrass rug?

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mrblazer

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So we cleaned this rug and made the mistake on putting it to dry under our drying rack where we hang out rugs. The rugs we clean never drip but one of them just had to drip on this seagrass? Rug.

Can this be fixed?

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#2
Try some acid rinse mixed 1:10 in a spray bottle.

If that doesn’t work maybe get some spray paint?!?!?
 

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I'll give that a try. The water sensor still beeps like crazy. I have two fan on it to get it dry.
 

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Probably not without lightening up the whole rug. Might "come out" if you mist it with strong peroxide...BUT it will likely lighten up the whole area...so you have to do the whole rug. These are salvage jobs IMHO.
 

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First, need to get it dry 100%. Air movement, dry air, heat according to what you have available until completely dry. The appearance should improve just by drying.

Then try a little drug store hydrogen peroxide on a small paint brush. Go light. Apply. Let that dry and judge. Probably a few repeat applications but you should be able to get pretty close to the original color.
 

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Will update with the results
 

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