How to Save Water-Damaged Photos, Books, and Documents

Water Restoration

During a flooding incident, your documents and books are at great risk. These personal artifacts can hold value beyond measure and we understand the importance of preserving their sentimental weight.

It’s important to start salvaging your water-damaged photos, books, and documents within two days or they will start to become moldy and deteriorate. Both the water and the ensuing humidity in the air can cause permanent deterioration. The good news is that there is a way how to save water damaged photos, papers, and books, but only if you act fast and work with caution.

Saving Water-Damaged Photos

Saving Water-Damaged Books and Documents

For Professional Water Damage Restoration, Call PuroClean

Although you may be able to follow all of these steps yourself, hiring a document and photo restoration professional is generally a safer alternative. PuroClean’s trained technicians have the equipment and experience to salvage sensitive documents and bring them safely back to life. If your property suffers from water damage, call the professionals at your local PuroClean.

Last edited on 9th of October 2020