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Servpro has a method, I'm not sure what it is or how they do it but they had a nasty sewage soaked 1800 sf crawl cleaned and disinfected in 4 days on a home I inspected last summer. I'm pretty sure they used ozone machines and some type of obsorbant material that looked like large granular kitty litter. They also had a huge suction truck that they used in some way.

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Servpro has a method, I'm not sure what it is or how they do it but they had a nasty sewage soaked 1800 sf crawl cleaned and disinfected in 4 days on a home I inspected last summer. I'm pretty sure they used ozone machines and some type of absorbent material that looked like large granular kitty litter. They also had a huge suction truck that they used in some way.

I guess you'd call that a soak and suck job. [:)]

I like the idea of dragging inspectors through the crawl, but you might find they are not all that absorbent. [:)]

How about it, Randy. Did you get any on ya?

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My Doo Doo Ologist friend who is an engineer specializing in sewer stuff says get rid of the chunks then soak down with 10/1, 10 jugs water/1 store bought bleach.

My wife who is an independent claims adjuster says the Lime thing.

ServPro seems to do well.

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