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bruuuno 1:10 Sun Apr 17
The smell of death
Recently bought a gaff that need a lot of work doing, the main issue is that it smells like a cat has died there and been rotting for some time. Does anyone know how long it might take for the smell to go? I'm not living there so it's not a massive deal but it's a bit manky. I'm guessing it will go with time but I'm wondering just how long it might take.

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:^) 4:18 Tue May 24
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BRANDED 2:27 Tue May 24

Yet no matter where you went that same smell just followed.

alfs barnet 2:45 Tue May 24
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You also had a cunt that smelt of plaice all the time branded....

BRANDED 2:27 Tue May 24
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I had a place that just smelt of cunt the whole time. Great days.

bruuuno 12:25 Tue May 24
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Mashed -

http://ozofresh.co.uk/aura-ozone-generator.html


Looks similar to how gank describes. Nuke that shit

mr blue sky 12:02 Mon May 23
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Gunk what has this got to do with West Ham?
You two faced cunt

gank 11:55 Mon May 23
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Mashed - we had a fire in our house a few years back and the insurance company sent a firm round to do this. Seal all the doors and windows to make it is airtight as possible then they pump a fog into every room, leave it an hour, then they suck it back out so the whole process takes just over two hours.

Coming back into your house after that is amazing, it's completely fresh air with a hint of deodorant and you suddenly realise your house must have smelled funny before they did it as it's so nice now!

Sadly it doesn't last very long, a couple of weeks, but I'd like to get it done annually.

Dan M 11:33 Mon May 23
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Alan 9:33 Sun May 22

But which is better? There's only one way to find out...

Chigwell 10:44 Mon May 23
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I went to a post mortem once: although I found it really interesting and was not too squeamish about what I saw, the smell lingered in my nostrils for what seemed like days afterwards.

Sniper 9:44 Mon May 23
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Is it a holiday apartment in Portugal by any chance? If so you have a sense of smell as acute as a cadaver dog

mashed in maryland 9:42 Mon May 23
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bruuuno 9:18 Sun May 22

Where do you get one of them from? Always wanted one.

roltrader 10:23 Sun May 22
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...are you admitting to a murder ??

SDKFZ 222 10:03 Sun May 22
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I once attended a flat in Bow one March fifteen years ago where the tenant had hung himself on Christmas Day. His blackened and half mummified corpse was still hanging there three months later. His bodily fluids had consequently drained down and soaked into the carpet and floorboards beneath him.

I attended the same flat approximately a year later, after squatters had broken in, and despite them painting over the large stain on the floorboards it still stunk.

The stench of a decomposing corpse is unforgettable.

Takashi Miike 9:43 Sun May 22
Re: The smell of death
have you bought Fred West's old house?

Alan 9:33 Sun May 22
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Dry rot, or wet rot.

Spandex Sidney 9:21 Sun May 22
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I thought this was a thread about when Hodgson entered the England dressing room

bruuuno 9:18 Sun May 22
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Will also hire an industrial ozone generator and leave it running in the house for several weeks

bruuuno 9:13 Sun May 22
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After a month with the all windows open it still fucking stinks. In one of the rooms there is a laminate floor, I lifted it up and underneath there is old carpet which fucking hums like pure rotting corpse. What the previous owner was doing I have no idea.

I reckon if I get all that carpet and flooring up that will be the source gone. It's a concrete floor luckily so shouldn't have permeated through. Once I've got the the carpet up I'm gonna bleach the fuck out of the floor then buy a few hundred kilos of charcoal or activated carbon, grind it up, pile it on and leave it for a month.

If that doesn't work ill just get some nose plugs

Bom Stickle 1:02 Mon Apr 18
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It's probably a rat. If they are poisoned they will get under the floorboards and die slowly normally next to a radiator, which makes it worse and it will fucking reek for about 2-3 weeks.

If you want to get out a rotting rodent you may have to dig up some flooring, bluebottles tend to lead the way.

Sir Alf 11:29 Sun Apr 17
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Thought someone had heard about our khazi this morning. The missus no doubt as she had been on the onion soup yesterday.

Your mum 2:37 Sun Apr 17
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Lol Alfs!

alfs barnet 2:32 Sun Apr 17
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Has Texas iron posted yet? He's an expert at getting the smell of death out of bed sheets.

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