Contents Restoration Methods in Cody, Powell, and Worland

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Whenever a disaster strikes, very rarely will you think about the state of your valuables. Your first instinct is to always save yourself, but once the catastrophe has cleared, you’ll be surrounded by a variety damaged items. Many of your belongings hold significant value and seeing them in terrible shape is heartbreaking.

In this situation, your best solution is to contact Varney Clean Care for help. We offer comprehensive contents restoration services and utilize several methods to restore them back to good condition.

Types of Contents Restoration We Offer

Depending on the type of damage or contents we’re working with, we’ll utilize one of the following methods:

Specialized Contents Cleaning

Specialized contents cleaning is designed to clean and remove debris from water-damaged items safely. Valuables that fall under this process are pre-treated and thoroughly cleaned before they’re sent to drying. There are several ways an item can undergo this procedure. These include:

  • Abrasive Cleaning – Removes dirt and debris by scrubbing hard surfaces.
  • Dry Cleaning – Removes light residues and is done prior to wet cleaning.
  • Wet Cleaning – Removes moderate to heavy residues.
  • Foam Cleaning – Made to clean upholstery and fabrics as it prevents shrinking and color bleeds.
  • Immersion Cleaning – Submerges affected items in a cleaning bath solution.
  • Spray and Wipe – Cleans and removes dirt from things that can’t be cleaned with water.
  • High-Saturation Ozone Washing – Removes heavy smoke odor, soot, or soil on soft leather goods. It uses a specialized detergent that moisturizes the leather. It also infuses the oils back into the material.

Contents Drying

Before we return your valuables, we have to make sure that they’re completely dry. Heavily soaked items have a higher risk of developing secondary water damage like mold. Based on the level of water damage and material of the contents, we’ll use one of the following drying techniques:

Air Drying

A simple yet effective method that can dry small quantities of documents. Items are dried over a large surface area to completely remove the dampness. Air drying exhibits low metal corrosion, so your metal belongings are safe.

Cryogenic Drying

Preserves paper materials and products (e.g. books, canvases, etc.) by retaining a slight amount of moisture in each item. This process helps reduce warping and is effective in restoring water-damaged leather and oil paintings. It’s not the cheapest drying option, but it can save heirlooms, antiques, and other sentimental items.

Vacuum Freeze-Drying

Vacuum freeze drying preserves and restores water damaged items in large quantities. It can manage books, records, as well as electronic components and systems. The process has four phases:

  1. Pre-treatment
  2. Freezing
  3. Primary drying
  4. Secondary drying

This method offers gentle drying at low temperatures and prevents metal corrosion.

Dehumidification Drying (Desiccant Drying)

Eliminates moisture in plastic materials by placing the contents under low drying climates. It uses the principle of adsorption, with temperatures ranging from 10°F to 90°F. Because of this, it can be used year-round in all environments.

When you need our cleaning and contents restoration expertise, just give us a call at 307-347-6161. Our friendly operators will be more than happy to give you more information and free estimates. Our lines are open 24/7.