The waters gone and that means its time for flood victims to start cleaning up. Its going to be a rough time for some, but theyre getting help. Today the Red Cross started their recovery process. It took a lot to save many homes from last weeks flood waters. They used as many sandbags as they could find to save their houses. For some it worked, for others theres a lot of cleaning and rebuilding to do now. Walking up to the house Don Barrett and his wife Carolyn are patrolling the streets for the Red Cross today. Taking out buckets "Theres brushes brooms squeegees and all kinds of liquids." Handing out supplies Natalie McComas and her family are taking full advantage. "It started coming up so fast Friday morning we it damaged our basement so bad." Cleaning and drying out is about all they can do while they wait for an insurance adjuster. With as much water as we saw you would think more people would want the free supplies. "Three or four is all weve handed out so far." The McComases were only one of a handful that actually needed the cleaning kits thats because a lot of these flood victims got help before they go sandbags put them up and the flood waters didnt even get in. That means no cleanup, but the Red Cross still recommends anyones home who had water even nearby should take a bucket of bleach. Because even if theres no damage, the moisture that seeped in will turn into mold. And the last thing these volunteers want to see is more problems for these people who have already been through so much. If youre someone that needs help with the cleaning supplies call the Red Cross. Theyll continue to go door to door as long as people need the help.