How to Vacuum Wet Carpet
A wet carpet provides the perfect breeding ground for fungus such as mold and mildew. Both will feed off your carpeting, spread to other areas of your home, and fill the air with an unpleasant musty odor. No matter how your carpet became wet, you must...
Vacuum the wet carpet. Do not do this with a regular home vacuum. You need a
vacuum that is made to soak up water. Most vacuum cleaner sold for home use ...
Jun 10, 2015 ... 6 Steps to Prevent Carpet Mold After Water Damage. carpet rolls in ... Use a wet/
dry vacuum to clean up as much water as soon as possible.
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Mar 10, 2012 ... How to remove water from a flooded wet carpet and pad. Best way for water
removal from a wet carpet and pad using a wet vac for small areas.
Then it's time to extract the water from the carpet. Don't waste your time with a wet
/dry shop vacuum—it simply doesn't have enough power. Instead, rent an ...
I'm more concerned about YOUR health - it's dangerous to vacuum wet surfaces
with a regular machine - you can get a nasty shock.
Avoid walking on wet carpet. ... Do not use home vacuum or shop vacuum to
remove the water. ... Water is extracted from carpet, padding and upholstery.
May 1, 2015 ... If the carpet has been wet for more than 24 hours, it is considered water ... a
specialised wet/dry vacuum (not just a normal vacuum cleaner) to ...
Make sure your hands are dry and plug in the wet-dry vacuum. Set it to "Dry," and
move it around the wet carpeting. Go over the damp carpeting multiple times in ...