replying to Ned Flanders, HermitageRenovation wrote:
I followed this thread a while ago as his situation sounded similar to mine.
Unfortunately, it was hijacked by a comment that had nothing to do with the
question at hand.
Time to search more.
In all if you have any kind of trap that is not
often used you do one of two things.
Put a drip line in or better is use mineral oil
in the trap. It takes a long time for oil to
I use this oil in my basement drains.
The worstest is ...like in a school and in the boys room
they piss on the hot radiator !
Dead people are up there too, but that's rare.
Cat piss..I can't go into a house with that smell.
I gag. Dry heaves.
lol..once the local animal hospital called because the cremation machine was
broken. It was not really broken just over loaded and was unable to get any
draft going to light it off. They had let it set for a long time without
turning it on (guy was out sick who normally did it). I opened the door to
have a look inside and dead pets came pouring out. 2 cats and a dog fell on
the floor before i was able to slam door shut. There was a cats leg stuck
in the door and I had to push it back in to close the door all the way. I
picked up my tools and told the owner I was "out of here!". He convinced me
to stay by offering to clean the animals out for me to make the repair. I
got the thing fired up and it started to boil the blood and maggots. there
was stuff ooozeing out of the seams. That gave off an AWFULL smell.
Whenever I drive through town and they are cooking dead pets it makes me
I had an old biker buddy. The kind who would do
anything but work for a buck.
He would take a very short term job, like the one
at the crematorium.
Let me tell you, the high schools to oddballs were buying
up all kinds of bones. He sold skulls at $25.00 ea.
The guy had no shame, none.
I don't like being around any dead things let alone
be a dealer in that.
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