We can do a similar kind of sampling that we do in the carpet for furniture. We have a portable vacuum with a special nozzle and a special gasket that will be able to capture the dust that contains the mold spores. We can vacuum that furniture and we can learn something about it in terms of the quantity of spores that are on there and whether or not they’re likely to be growing at that time or not.
If it's a fabric, we're measuring the dust that has settled down into the fabric. If we're looking at the framing where it's been water damaged in the bottom, there we would maybe take a tape sample or swab to find out whether there's mold growth that associated with water damage. We can learn about that in terms of furniture by taking those samples.
Our database isn't that complete in the furniture side of it as it is in the carpet dust, but we can imply based on what we seen in the carpet dust to what we see in the furniture to give some guidance as to whether or not it's likely that can be cleaned up or whether it should be discarded.