Mold Affected Leather Remediated in Dallas, Texas
This leather horse saddle was affected by mold when it's storage location experienced a water damage. While our field crews mitigated the customer's water damage and remediated the mold that grew in the affected room, our in-house textile specialist crew transported this affected leather item back to our facility. If mold is left to grow on a leather item for an extended period of time, the mold will eventually eat into the leather and damage the item permanently. Luckily, this saddle had the mold remediated in time. After it was cleaned, the saddle was reconditioned and fully restored.
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