NeutrOlene Tips: Post-Flood Clean Up

FLOODING IN HOUSTON: TIPS TO GET STARTED WITH CLEAN-UP 

Once again, the hum of Houston has been interrupted by torrential rains and flooding -- and once again, we see the better angels of Houston's nature step up to help their neighbors, whether across town or down the street.

Our family at NeutrOlene (www.neutrolene.com) has all of Houston in our prayers for strength, hope and the continuing belief in Houston and the many volunteers this city has become noted for any time disaster strikes.

Only 18 months ago, Bayou flooding forced much of Meyerland and other neighborhoods out of their homes. Many have just returned...and now Houston's bayous and creeks are, once more, out of their banks and creating havoc in homes and roadways.

 Drivers navigate through a heavy rain shower down a bush street, Sunday April 17, 2016, in Richardson, Texas. IMAGE: AP PHOTO/TONY GUTIERREZ

Drivers navigate through a heavy rain shower down a bush street, Sunday April 17, 2016, in Richardson, Texas. IMAGE: AP PHOTO/TONY GUTIERREZ

Schools are closed but some have opened to provide shelter to families whose homes are flooded...and once the rains have stopped, possibly later this week, the hard part of any tragedy -- the clean-up -- begins. NeutrOlene's odor-neutralizing products rid homes, buildings and property caught in the floods of any stagnate water odors or the stench of water-soaked fabrics, flooring or carpets.

Need more suggestions for ridding cars, homes, garages, boats or anything caught in high waters? Check out our FAQ for tips to banish the odors that come with flooding.

Businesses, too, have been flooded by recent rains, and to be up and running in record time, the help of professionals, family, friends and complete strangers coming to help can be supplemented by any of NeutrOlene's family of odor-neutralizing products. NeutrOlene doesn't mask odors -- it neutralizes them.