The image of the frayed rustic texture rugs gives an idea of ​​untidiness. However, it is not uncommon for these items to lose the appearance they had when they were new due to wear and tear caused by continued use. To solve it we tell you these tricks like carpet repair services:

The first step is to make sure the carpet and tape are clean. The edges of the rug are then trimmed using large, sharp scissors.

Next, cut a 7.5cm piece of special carpet edge tape to the required size and apply contact glue to half the width of the tape and the edge of the carpet. When both sides are almost dry, put them together; they should stick immediately.

The next steps are to turn the mat and repeat the operation with the other half of the tape and hit the edges with a hammer to make sure that the tape grips well.

How to Fix a Carpet with Patch

When your carpet has small areas that need repairing, you can be glad to know that patching is a simple, economical, and reasonably effective method of breathing new life into your carpet.

Before you start

Carpet application works wonders for small, localized stains that are worn, frayed, singed or stained beyond repair. It is most effective in areas that are 1 square meter or less and that are not numerous.

If you have larger sections and/or multiple sections, you might want to consider re-carpeting the entire room. The reason: Patches blend reasonably into the rest of the carpet, but will never be completely invisible.

Tools and Materials

  • Donor carpet (discussed in detail below)
  • Sewing roller (preferred) or an old comb
  • Double-sided carpet tape (adhesive, not headband)
  • Carpet knife or knife
  • Small mat remaining to fix the donor area

Carpet is a simple system of carefully cutting out the damaged area and replacing it with a piece of donor carpet of the same size. Because the donor area is filled with remnant carpet or left unrepaired, carpet application is considered a general improvement, but not a perfect fix, for your carpet as a whole.

Identify the Donor Mat

The donor carpet must be the same type of carpet as the damaged area.

Patches made with anything other than this – even patches that are close in colour or stack – will be obvious. First, try searching for the remnants:

  • Remnants of the original installation. You can find them in a garage, attic, or basement.
  • Leftovers you buy at a rug store. To do this, you would need to have information about the brand and style of your current carpet to match it. Visual matching is unreliable.

If you can’t get to the debris, you’ll need to cut small pieces of your existing carpet from hidden areas of the house. In order of preference, ideas include:

  • Clothes or linen closets
  • Water heater or oven cabinets
  • under stairs
  • Under furniture, you don’t expect to move, such as a media cabinet
  • under beds

Cut the Damaged Section

Use a punctured or capped pen to establish a square around the damaged area. Press the instrument onto the mat between the tufts and drag it. This separates the tufts and minimizes the number of tufts that will be cut.

Use your rug or knife to cut the rug along the lines of the square. Try your best to cut just the backing of the mat, avoiding tufts. Remove carefully. If any carpet fibre remains stuck, cut it rather than pulling it.

Get the Donor Mat

Take the piece you cut for the area of ​​the donor rug. Place the piece on top of the donor mat. Use the top as a template and draw around it with your hole punch or pen.

Similar to the previous step, cut the donor mat, making sure to cut the backing without cutting tufts.

Decide the Nap Direction and test the Donor Part

The carpet is ground so that your nap runs in one direction.

Run your hand across the carpet in several different directions to see how the carpet nap naturally lies. Establish the direction of the donor piece as well. Place the donor piece in the correct direction next to the area you are going to correct and make sure it does not move.

Apply Tape

Carpet tape has adhesive on top and bottom. Because it’s extremely sticky, you only get one chance to put it on the carpet. If you put it in the wrong area, it’s best to tear off the tape, discard it, and start with a new piece.

With the protective paper still in place, cut four strips of masking tape to cover the perimeter of the patch area. If the patch area is 4 sq. An inch or less, cut only two strips – one for each side.

Remove the protective paper from one side of each strip by applying it to the bottom of the rug patch area, gluing it to the floor.

Attach the four strips and remove the protective paper from the top of all strips. Press down.

Smooth and Blend

Using the carpet roller, comb or even a dry cloth, rub the carpet in all directions to mix the adhesive with the rest of the carpet. Pay special attention to the edges.

Patch Donors area or Leave it as is

If the donor area is not visible, you can leave it uncorrected. A better method is to patch it, using the above method, with a better-matched remnant mat.