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    i have kids in my home and they pour some water on carpet its an expensive carpet so i cannot take risk by restoring it with anyone with little experience so plz let me know if anyone of you know the experienced one

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    Im sorry but i dont understand what question your asking.

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    I admit, your question is unclear, but water on carpet shouldn';t be a problem.

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    I too dont understand ... would the water not dry up / was it an excessive amount?? What damage was done to the carpet?

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    Oh dear! this brings back bad memories for me... My daughter babysat once and for the life of me I can't figure out her reasoning...she let the kids do watersliding on the living room carpet! thankfully the parents didn't want the carpet replaced. I would have been furious as a homeowner. DD#2 refused to babysit after that. Good thing. I couldn't take the stress thinking what she might let the kids do. I'm shaking in my booties thinking what it might be like when she has kids.

    I'm guessing you're asking what to do about the carpet. Does it need to be stretched? That is often the case after water damage. Does it need to be cleaned? These are all jobs for professionals you can find in your Yellow Pages. Carpet installers normally do the stretching. Basically you're having the carpet re-installed. But if the damage is severe, you may simply have to replace it.

    I don't know much about carpet other than I rip it out whenever I find it in my home. It harbours and incredible amount of dirt.

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