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Old 07-08-2011, 09:40 AM
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My cleanup guys removed the pad in places where it got wet), put fans under the carpet (and over it) and let the carpet fully dry - then replaced the pad 2 weeks later. I think this is a sound way to go, if your carpet was worth saving in the first place.
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Old 07-08-2011, 10:12 AM
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Sorry to hear the news. I had a leak in my other house in VA that came in threw the electical box. Talk about fun. But we found a product called Damp Rid or Damp Dry. Something like that. You can get it at Wal Mart. It is in a blue and orange package i think but they are small buckets that pull the moisture out of the air. It works really well on the mildew and mold smells to. you just have to empty the small buckets when they fill up. They also have refils for them. I have maybe 10 of them spread out threw out the down stairs. They make other products also. But we did the fans and this and worked out really well.
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