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    Posted: 24/March/2018 at 5:43pm
I'm starting to get into water damage restoration and need a mentor to help me along the way if I have questions. Going to go slow and see what happens. What are the essentials I need just to get started? I know I can buy more equipment as I go along but just to start, what will get me by?
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As per my suggestion, first of all you will need to prepare the outline of the idea you will go through. You can also consult the professional advice from sewer treatment NJ team as experts can help you in giving the better advice in bringing the progress to your water restoration business. Moreover, you can also clear all your doubts too. Hope this can help you.
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Originally posted by Kloudmonet Kloudmonet wrote:

While I was at work, my pipe broke and my wife collected the water with a vacuum cleaner ..... USUAL !!! are there vacuum cleaners that suck in water?


Not a great idea, and never do this using your regular vacuum cleaner.
Some good guys explaining why: https://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/1671539
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