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Water Absorbent Sock For Hurricane Season Helps Homeowners Be Prepared


Chino Hills, CA – The water absorbent sock from (, is in stock and ready for shipment to homeowners who live in areas prone to harsh seasonal storms and want to keep their property safe from water damage. The official hurricane season in the United States lasts from June 1st through November 30th, when 97 percent of hurricanes occur. AccuWeather. com’s Chief Long-Range Meteorologist and Hurricane Forecaster predicts “above normal threats on the U.S. coastline” for the 2010 season.

AccuWeather predicts 16 to 18 storms, with 7 possible landfalls. That means residents of the East and Gulf coasts need to be prepared for a wet summer and fall filled with everything from tropical storms to flooding to major hurricanes. Veterans of previous seasons are well aware that hurricane force winds can drive water through the most unlikely cracks and crevices and cause thousands of dollars in water damage to home interiors.

“We’ve sold thousands of our water absorbent socks to Florida homeowners. They use them around sliding glass doors, garage doors, entry doors and windows to soak up the rain before it can enter and cause water damage during hurricane season. Their flooring, furniture, clothing, photographs and personal belongings can stay safe and dry from the driving rains. That’s why it’s known as the ‘Hurricane Sock’,” said Angie Meza, partner in

Each 3-inch by 4-foot ‘Hurricane Sock’ will hold up to a gallon of water, and then can be air dried and reused multiple times. The water absorbent sock is filled with super absorbent polypropylene, and is made with a sturdy and flexible nylon exterior that will conform to any surface. They are available in pairs or by the case for homeowners who like to be well-prepared.

“People who live in areas that never get hit by hurricanes can still get hit with storms, or have problems with leaks from washing machines, hot water heaters, water softeners and filtering systems. Our water absorbent sock can be placed around their bases and prevent problems. They can also help keep basements dry when they’re placed along the bottom of a leaky wall. They can protect property wherever there’s a threat from water damage,” added Angie. specializes in absorbent products for the home. For more information about the water absorbent sock or to place an order, visit, or contact Angie at (800)869-9633 or


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