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Quick Dam Water Activated Flood Barrier, 10 feet, Pack of 12

SKU: 125112299
Quick Dam Water Activated Flood Barrier, 10 feet, Pack of 12
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Protect your home or property in times of flooding with Quick Dam Flood Barriers. Quick Dams expand and activate on contact with water. Just lay them in place and let the water do the rest.

  • Absorb, contain and divert problem water away from your home and property
  • Keep some on hand for emergency situations
  • Use around doorways, garages, leaking tanks, construction projects, anywhere water is a problem
  • Not for use with salt water

Note: This product may require up to 2 additional days for order processing prior to shipping

Specification Description
Product Length: 120 in.
Package Height: 12 in.
Product Material: Polypropylene
Product Width: 6 in.
Package Weight: 12 lb.
Package Quantity: 12
Brand: Quick Dam
Package Width: 12 in.
Package Length: 20 in.
Product Height: 3-1/2 in.
Manufacturer Part Number QD610-12

Can these be used over and over? How do you dry them out and how long should they last? Thanks

Asked by: 1VMAN
The process of drying them out happens through evaporation, which could take several weeks to months. We recommend leaving them in place for a season and they will swell and activate as the water is present.
Answered by: Quick Dam Product Expert
Date published: 2019-09-11
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