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5' Flood Barrier-2 Pack is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well Make sure and wet it first before you need to use it. Once its wet and swells up it works well!!
Date published: 2018-04-02
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Are they heavy? Can I lift them to place in front of garage service door when they are new?

Asked by: Junalilla
Thank you for your question. Weight: Approx. 1 lb. Each (Dry)
Answered by: IMPS TEAM 2
Date published: 2018-02-20

can you drive over this repeatedly?

Asked by: justsamcoxnet14
Thank you for your question. If the Flood Barriers are flat they can be driven over. If they are partially activated- no problem, but the tires will create a path for water to flow through- so the gel needs to be “squished” back into position. If they are fully activated- then NO- as the gel needs to go somewhere & this could cause them to burst
Answered by: BuyingStaff
Date published: 2017-01-14


Are they reusable after they dry out and what is the warranty?
Asked by: Debfl
Thank you for your question regarding the Flood Barriers. Sunlight affects it the most. If you want it to degrade quickly- cut the bags open & expose contents directly to sunlight. The inner polymer will start to degrade within a few days, complete degradation will vary, but estimate up to 4 weeks. Depends on environmental conditions. If you want to make them last, but dry out- keep them outdoors in a dry environment, in the shade. Depends on environmental conditions, humidity, but typically can take up from 2-4 months to dry completely- crunchy- but reactivates again later. General degradation- over time, they will generally degrade. In New England & Midwest- we see ongoing / repeat activation for 8-12 months. In Florida- it’s about 4-6 months.
Answered by: BuyingStaff
Date published: 2018-02-20

i'm looking for a low (1 inch high?) plastic or rubber flood berm/barrier to lay down by foundation to divert water. I don't really want/need something absorbent but more a physical barrier to channel water. do you have something like that?

Asked by: Badarrow
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