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If a carpet has been soaked due to a flood, can it be dried out?

Yes (most often it can be dried out)
30%
Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out)
44%
No (it should always be replaced)
25%
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Question: If a carpet has been soaked due to a flood, can it be dried out?
Top Answer (44% of 52 votes): Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out).

Answer: Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out)
Explanation: Carpet can sometimes be saved if its flooded as long as it a clean water source if its rising water or wind driven rain than it can not be saved and will need to be replaced it all depends on the type of water and its source.
Almighty Services
Answer: No (it should always be replaced)
Explanation: Always
ALLAN WILLIS LLC
Answer: Yes (most often it can be dried out)
Explanation: Carpeting can be saved, just needs to be dried first completely and then cleaned properly after complete dry out
Pro-Fresh N All carpet cleaning
ProMatcher
Answer: Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out)
Explanation: Every person has different Preference and situations. I would high recommend to always replace it with new carpet. My preference..
Floors 2 UR Doors
Answer: Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out)
Explanation: If flood was from clean water it can be dried out, if from rains, it should be replaced.
Empire Restoration & Cleaning Services
Answer: Yes (most often it can be dried out)
Explanation: Altho it may shrink some
Frank's Flooring Installations
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes (most often it can be dried out)
Explanation: Can be cleaned but need new padding
Drapery and Blind cleaning
Answer: Yes (most often it can be dried out)
Explanation: Yes is possible to dry carpet
Carpet King
Answer: No (it should always be replaced)
Explanation: I would replace it's low cost
DfwCarpetClean
ProMatcher
Answer: Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out)
Explanation: It depends on the type of water in the flood
A Beautiful Estate Inc
Answer: Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out)
Explanation: it depends on the severity
McDonough Flooring
Answer: Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out)
Explanation: some types can be dried.
All Flooring
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes (most often it can be dried out)
Explanation: Of course but there are risks.
Mangwi Services, LLC
Answer: No (it should always be replaced)
Explanation: I direct your attention to this same question about padding
us flooring factory
Answer: Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out)
Explanation: It all depends on how much water is in the carpet.
Completely Clean
ProMatcher
Answer: No (it should always be replaced)
Explanation: no it will stink
Two Girls and A Crew Cleaning
Answer: No (it should always be replaced)
Explanation: The backing will release once it get wet after walking on it it will wrinkle
Whites Flooring
Answer: Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out)
Explanation: Usually soaked carpet can only be dried out if it is treated almost immediately following the flood.
The Carpet Guys, LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes (most often it can be dried out)
Explanation: This is a trick question. Yes, it can be dried out, but it should not be reused if you can help it.
installyourfloors.com
Answer: Maybe (sometimes it can be dried out)
Explanation: Depending on quality of the pad
Project Contracting, LLC
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