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Floor Cleanup and Renovation

…nd subfloors are thoroughly dry.
Sand the surface until it is clean and smooth. Heavily planed floors may never look good again, but they can serve as a base for carpeting, tile, or sheet flooring.
If floor is oak, apply a filler then…

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Flood-Damaged Carpets and Rugs

…row rugs well enough in a washing machine.

Cleaning Rain-Soaked Carpets
Cleaning carpeting indoors is not a good idea in summer, because you are adding more moisture to an already wet area. If the carpeting is installed with tac…

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Salvaging Furniture

If veneering doesn’t stay in place or is bubbled, carefully slit the loose veneer with a razor blade, and apply a good-quality glue. Cover the glued spots with wax paper, and put weights on the wax paper to prevent extra glue (which m…

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Salvaging Clothing

Wet Garments But Not Soiled
Dry in cool air to prevent mildew and transfer of dye.


Go outside to brush off garment.
Rub liquid (or paste of granular) detergent into stain.
Launder using detergent a…

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Health Concerns About Mold

…, and other mold materials that may impact health.

What are safe levels of mold?
At this time, there are no government-established exposure levels for mold. This is largely due to differing individual responses to mold. What mak…

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Restoring Electrical Service

…eaning and drying, or you may need to replace circuit parts.
After all circuits have been checked and found to be in good condition, again remove all fuses and open the main switch. Push electrical receptacles, switches, and light outlet…

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Drying Out After a Flood

…produces about a gallon of moisture. Professional equipment includes refrigerant and desiccant dryers.
Walls that have gotten wet must be completely dried out before they can be rebuilt. Mold will grow in wet walls that are closed up befor…

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Flooding and Fire Ants

…n be used to help prevent secondary infections. Many people may be allergic to fire ant venom. Reports of sting victims going into anaphylactic shock are not uncommon. Shortness of breath, unusual swelling of the sting area, or nausea are s…

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Reentering a Flooded Home

…eded is a mask with an “N95” designation. Stronger protection—N100 masks or toxic particle respirators along with goggles and other protective gear—will be needed for high levels of mold exposure.


Used by permis…

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Safety After a Disaster

…ed water or to boil and disinfect tap water.
Avoid flooded areas. Follow all warnings about water on roadways. Never go around a police barricade. In flooded areas, washouts may have weakened roads and bridges, and they could collapse un…

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Returning Home

… other textiles contaminated with fiberglass fibers. To remove fibers, wash items thoroughly in a bathtub so the fibers go down the drain. Wear rubber gloves. Dry-clean items that would be damaged by water. Vacuum items to help remove fiber…

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Disaster Assistance for Homeowners and Renters

…tion lines are available from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. local time.
Complete an online application at
Apply using a web-enabled mobile device or smartphone. Visit and click on Apply Online for FEMA Assis…

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Small-Scale Specialty Vegetable Production in the Southeast

…his publication will focus on the production of nine specialty vegetable plants: eggplant, peppers, okra, basil, bottle gourd, ash gourd, ridge gourd, bitter melon, and Malabar spinach.
Vegetable Types
Table 1. Specialty vegetable crops e…

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Fresh from the Farm Alabama Recipes: Biscuits with Cane Syrup

…nd sugar. Mix. When mixture becomes like dough, roll onto floured surface and cut desired shape. Or roll by hand into a golf ball shape. Place in greased pan. You can also fold a half teaspoon of butter into the dough before placing on pan….

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