It might be too late to spare China’s embarrassment over the contaminated drywall mess, but apparently it isn’t too late to right their wrong.

That’s what Sabre Technical Services is doing, with their chlorine dioxide decontamination process which — once injected into the tainted drywall — renders the problematic reduced sulfur compounds inert.

The company claims that the process requires homeowners to vacate their home for less than a week and costs less than the “rip and rebuild” alternative, which doesn’t sound like much fun at all.

What would you do: Hope this is a great fix or start from scratch with new drywall?

Credit: Sabre Technical Services