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Old 12-29-2011, 10:54 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by wingnut60 View Post
Yes, welcome to IRV2.

Clean water ususally never hurts a trailer, and no smell lingers if it is allowed to dry quickly. Since its at the dealers, they should take care of cleaning it if you ask them.
One of the best things to do for water overflows, is to unlevel the trailer in the direction of the spill and it will naturally run out--if level, it will stay where it went. Why would I know this? Don't ask...

At $100/hr I'd do it myself, no way would the dealer be inclined to do it for nothing since it's not warranty work.

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Servpro does houses. I wonder if insurance would cover them doing a 5er or MH?

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