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Old 04-12-2013, 02:01 PM   #16
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Make sure you wash it first with Tsp and then bleach. Rinse well.

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Make sure you wash it first with Tsp and then bleach. Rinse well.
LOL LOL LOL LOL TSP, its not just for breakfast!
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I wish I could poster pictures here. Anyways Thank you for your reply. I live in Northwest Florida 30 mins. from Alabama I dug down below the footers for about 10',No flowers or mulch in the area.No gutters but will have them installed soon.I just graded the area away from the foundation it falls 3" in four feet.I hope that's enough ?

My mistake ,The length I dug was 10 feet not 10 feet down ,sorry.
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Well after all said and done and two days of rain I'm happy to report everything is as dry as a bone no more leaks.

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