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What Can Be Safely Salvaged After Fire Damage?

Rainbow restoration
Publication date:
May 30, 2021
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What Can Be Safely Salvaged After Fire Damage?

Small house fires are the most common disasters in North America.
However, ceramics can be porous and may be susceptible to staining from smoke damage and hard water.
However, if glass or ceramic possessions are melted or cracked by the fire's heat, they'll probably have to be thrown away.
Especially since firefighters may use chemicals to put out a fire that may leave a residue on your furniture, drapes, or even your clothes.
The fire and water restoration professionals at Rainbow Restoration can help you confirm which of your possessions you can keep, then clean and sanitize them to make sure they're safe for you and your family.


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Rainbow restoration
What Can Be Safely Salvaged After Fire Damage?
May 30, 2021
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