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Honestly that seems fine to me. For added peace of mind, you can spray it with bleach. If you live in a particularly dry and sunny climate, you could also leave it out in the sun on some concrete. I live in the desert and this works great; the sun dries and disinfects anything in hours. What you should be more worried about is your drywall. Poke it with ...
I had a similar problem, I made a 1" high, 3" wide concrete bump using some angled wood strips to hold it until set. The two strips were joined using small cross-bracing pieces of wood screwed from above. The strips were something like a 6 or 7 foot length of 2x1" wood at about 45 degrees to the ground. I made the concrete bump in sections that length. I ...
My advice is never, and I mean NEVER fool around with water. Don’t just put some small barrier, because then water will stop at the barrier and from there God knows where will it go from there. You can cause much bigger damage than it is now. I know that you not going to like what I'm about to say but you really should rebuild entire driveway properly.
Glue-down garage door seal (sometimes called threshold seal) sounds like what you want. A rubber bump.
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