Flood bacteria can stay alive in tissues for a long time. Therefore, it is important that clothing and textile items contaminated by the flood are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before use. Be sure to wear rubber gloves and protective clothing when handling clothing contaminated by the flood. Hang only dry clean clothes to dry in the air, away from direct heat and the sun to ensure that fungi and fungi don't grow.
As soon as possible, take your clothes to a professional dry cleaner. Be sure to tell the dry cleaner that the clothes have been flooded. Cleaning water damaged areas is often a difficult and daunting job. However, with time and patience, most garments with minor or medium damage caused by water can be recovered.
It's also very likely that a rug can be saved with minimal damage. For large jobs or large sewer jams, it may be best to contact a cleaning company in case of disasters. If there is mud on the clothes, do not use hot water; use cold water to rinse the mud and then wash it with warm water. Water isn't good for leather shoes, bags, hats and clothes, and flood waters full of mud and bacteria are even worse.
Not only do floods damage structures, but they also contain mud and bacteria that must be removed from clothing, shoes, and laundry equipment. Not only does flooding damage structures, but the water also contains mud and bacteria that must be removed from clothing, shoes, and laundry equipment. Water is particularly harmful to leather clothing or sports shoes, bags, hats and clothing, and floodwaters full of mud and bacteria are even worse.