How to Get Water out of Carpet?


To get water out of carpet you will want to use dry towels to soak up the water that is in the carpet. If you have the correct type of vacuum that holds water you can run it over the carpet until the water is out.
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To get water out of a carpet you can use thick towels for a small area. Cover the wetness with the towels and stand on them for a few minutes. If it is a larger area, use a dry vacuum to suck up the water. You can rent one if you need to. Lift part of the carpet and let it lay over something to allow for air to get in and prevent any mold.
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