If your rugs and carpet smell a little musty or feel a little damp, you may be looking for a moisture absorber that will protect your home from problems associated with excess moisture.
Maybe your carpet has been flooded or damaged by water, and it just never seemed to completely dry out. Or, maybe you live in a humid climate and have high humidity in your home. Maybe you have heard horror stories from friends or neighbors about serious moisture problems. In any case, you will want to find out about protecting your carpet from the risks associated with excess moisture.
Because carpets are fibrous and can hold moisture, keeping them dry and fresh smelling can be a challenge.
How To Dry Moisture From Your Carpet
- Remove as much wetness as you possibly can, including from the pad and flooring beneath.
- Absorbing the remaining moisture with a dehumidifier such as DampRid Moisture Absorber products.
- If you have extensive water damage you will need to consult a flood damage professional.
DampRid absorbs more than twice its weight in moisture! DampRid’s white calcium chloride crystals absorb dampness from the air and environment. By employing a moisture absorber when dealing with damp carpet, you may help prevent not only ruining your rug, but the flooring underneath.