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    Posted: 07/April/2013 at 11:09pm
figured you guys would be great to ask as you have been there and done it.   We just moved into a 2800sq ft rental house a week ago and now the septic tank backed up and flooded the unfinished basement and the first floor bath. The landlord is awesome and he is going to pay our deductable and the cleaning crew has alredy started ripping things out. When it happened people were in and out and tracking the mess all over the house along with our 3 children and 4 cats who we were trying to catch and they were jumping all over moving boxes, couchers, beds etc. The landlord was running all over trying to stop the flood. My wife does home daycare and we are worried about the cleanup, how do we make sure everything is decontaminated as we have no clue as to what has or has not been touched? we cant afford to have ours or another parents children get ill. We have yet to meet the adjuster but we need to make it clear that everything needs to be cleaned without sounding anal, excuse the pun. help please, The house is huge and is full of childrens toys etc. The flooding was not severe but the fecal matter was all over.
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I suggest you let a reputable professional restoration company clean and decontaminate all the affected areas and contents.

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I would get rid of all of the toys you may have to take the kids somewhere else until everything is dry and safe and there's no mold very bad idea to try to keep the kids in the house as it can be dangerous and hazardous hope this helps
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