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Topic: Basement flood
Posted By: mikenowo
Subject: Basement flood
Date Posted: 27/July/2009 at 11:37pm
We recently had a sewer backup into our basement and had 3 inches of water that we had to painstakingly remove. I'm wondering if there is a disinfectant/cleaner or method we can use to disinfect and clean the floors properly? I've mopped them with a regular cleaner but wonder if there is something better to make sure there are no bacteria lingering.
 
Thx,
M.
 



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Posted By: RIP IT
Date Posted: 28/July/2009 at 1:53am
Type "Hydrocide" into Google.

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Dont treat people like customers. Treat them like friends.


Posted By: Ken_Is_OK
Date Posted: 28/July/2009 at 2:25pm
http://www.benefect.com/ - http://www.benefect.com/
BENEFECT


Posted By: Ken_Is_OK
Date Posted: 28/July/2009 at 2:33pm

MOLD BLASTER

http://www.inventekcolloidal.com/products/info/3TDS_Inventek_Mold_Blaster.pdf - http://www.inventekcolloidal.com/products/info/3TDS_Inventek_Mold_Blaster.pdf


Posted By: mikenowo
Date Posted: 28/July/2009 at 11:28pm
Much obliged folks.. looking into each ;)



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