Can wet uninstalled R-30 fiberglass rolls be dried & used?
Is there any way to dry and uncompress rolls of R-30 unfaced fiberglass that got wet?
I had some rolls covered on a tarp outdoors when heavy rains hit. Water collected on the tarp and soaked into the bottom of 5 rolls through some rips in the plastic.
I've removed the plastic from the wet rolls to let any soaked water drain. Unrolling one of them, I found that about 75% of the width is dry and expands to its normal thickness. Is there any way to dry out the portions that took on water, or are all these rolls a total loss?
Last edited by SteveL0530; 05-07-2011 at 08:32 AM.
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