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Patience is a virtue when your wood floors get wet

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Major storms like Sandy can cause extensive water damage to hardwood floors, but panicked homeowners should not rush to replace what appears to be beyond repair. "Sometimes if you let it dry out, it will return to its original shape," said Steve White, owner of Elegant Floor Services in Silver Spring. Homeowners should dry visible water immediately after floors get wet, White said, whether that...

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