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Old 12-10-2012, 07:43 PM   #1
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I have a leaky windshield and rear window whats the best way to dry the carpet? I fixed the the widows so tey arent leaking anymore
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I have a leaky windshield and rear window whats the best way to dry the carpet? I fixed the the widows so tey arent leaking anymore
You could bury it in a pile of rice and let it suck the moisture out lol

Try a dehumidifier? Put it in a climate controlled garage and open doors. Set up fans to circulate air thru it, that's the best I know of.
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I have a leaky windshield and rear window whats the best way to dry the carpet? I fixed the the widows so tey arent leaking anymore
Get a shammy to soak it up or a towel, my vert leaks a little when it rains really hard. That's what I do, it will still be a little wet but it will dry out quick.
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You could bury it in a pile of rice and let it suck the moisture out lol

Try a dehumidifier? Put it in a climate controlled garage and open doors. Set up fans to circulate air thru it, that's the best I know of.
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Get a shammy to soak it up or a towel, my vert leaks a little when it rains really hard. That's what I do, it will still be a little wet but it will dry out quick.
Do both of these, shammy first and then dehumidifier to get any excess moisture.
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Do both of these, shammy first and then dehumidifier to get any excess moisture.
Just what I was going to say
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