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Seems reasonable to me. IMO, if you are able to send samples to a lab, that is going to be more precise and certain than any kit you could apply in the field. The only thing I don't like about it is that it creates a third-party record, which means now you must engage any formalities of dealing with those things, and the formalities can be more annoying ...


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You only have a few square feet to deal with. Get a gallon of hydrogen peroxide and if it is stronger than 3% dilute with water. test on a small area to make sure it doesn't take the color out if the color is good saturate the entire area that was wet and you have just killed every organic gunkie that could be living. This is how some hospitals clean and you ...


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Bleach is king for disinfection. But you have to be careful using bleach as it can bleach the carpet (of course). For general cleaning 5% dilution of household bleach is generally recommended (so, 6.75 fl. oz. household bleach plus one gallon of water). But for the carpet, I wouldn't do it- or I would try starting with a lower (1% or 2%) concentration of ...



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