Exciting roads await you when you have a spirit of adventure and an RV. Before this excursion begins you need to prep the house on wheels to ensure all you need is ready for your upcoming vacation. As soon as the door opens, it hits you. Something is very wrong. The smell knocks you off your feet and you are running back to your house with disgust and a strong feeling of nausea. Did a rodent die in there? Did a human being die in there? Whatever it is, some sort of animal must be the source. Your first instinct is to get that vintage gas mask you stashed in your study after you found it in a garage sale years ago. After you put it on, you get the courage to step into the scene of the crime again. But this time you are much more clever, you race to open all the windows and doors before investigating the source of this smell of death. You look high and low, thinking you will actually see a mummified critter oozing bodily fluids causing this nightmare, but nothing is found. Then it hits you, your memory comes back like a bad dream that shakes you awake. Last July you were on a hunting trip with your brother and you were hunting deer. The fridge! As you race feverishly to the fridge, you remember asking your son to make sure to put the meat in the deep freezer you keep in the basement. You open it and as your intuition hinted you were right, he did not do what was asked and boy is he grounded. You remove five zip lock bags of what used to be fresh and lean venison. What a waste and more importantly, what a mess it has caused. The thought of spending even a minute here without a mask on will be as difficult as holding your breath underwater.
You take the bags straight to the trash and hope the neighbors will not complain. After letting it air out, the smell is better and there is no more need for a gas mask but boy does it stink still. Google says, use vinegar, it doesn't work. Yahoo says use baking soda, still no results. Amazon promises you an odor removing "bomb" which made the RV smell like cheap perfume and rotten meat. Exhausted, you think about canceling the trip all together.
You tell your family the bad news and they are so disappointed. Deflated, you give it one last shot by searching for a local solution. BioSweep of Austin to the rescue. Whatever the odor may be, they have a solution to your odor problem. The friendly operator promptly arrives to offer a free estimate and treatment begins the same day. Within 4 hours the odor is removed and the family vacation is back on. Thank you BioSweep of Austin! Visit their website at Www.biosweep.com/Austin or call them at 512-373-8118 today!