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I just spent the last three days cleaning up a murder crime scene at my sister's rental - ask me a question

 
Scrubby McSterilize.
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I just spent the last three days cleaning up a murder crime scene at my sister's rental - ask me a question
Seriously... it was disgusting. The guy was bludgeoned to death somewhere between the 14th and the 24th... He had been rotting in there for at least a week....
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Um, was it before or after the scene was investigated?
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Re: I just spent the last three days cleaning up a murder crime scene at my sister's rental - ask me a question
why did you do it?
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9teen Low rent, ran down units or what. And whats the story about the murder.
Scrubby McSterilize (OP)
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It was after it was investigated....the police has the place all roped off until they called my sister on tuesday.... and yeah... it's in the low rent part of town. mexican on mexican murder... they're are still looking for three men they believe beat him....
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:9teen: Low rent, ran down units or what. And whats the story about the murder.
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there was allegedly a party at the house and a fight broke out. a guy was kicked out but then came back with two friends when the party was over. they beat the with a baseball bat, and a diesel piston ashtray that were recovered at the scene.

police think it's gang-related.
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Re: I just spent the last three days cleaning up a murder crime scene at my sister's rental - ask me a question
I'd use a cleaner.
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I'd use a cleaner.
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was am a cleaner... i made $1200 for 15 hrs of work. tore up the carpet, bleached the concrete and painted... after bleaching the hell out of everything.
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03/31/2012 03:43 AM
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Re: I just spent the last three days cleaning up a murder crime scene at my sister's rental - ask me a question
Doesn't sound gang-related to me.. sounds like your sister needs to pay a little closer attention to her rentals.

Unless she's looking for that whole slumlord, tenants bludgeoned to death, bodies rotting on the floor, no worries insurance pays for the cleanup kind'a reputation.

If that's the case then by all means don't take your gloves off.. you're just getting started.
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I'd use a cleaner.
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was am a cleaner... i made $1200 for 15 hrs of work. tore up the carpet, bleached the concrete and painted... after bleaching the hell out of everything.
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oh ok, yeah good profession, self employment that doesn't require a shop front. kewel. I like cleaners.
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Yeah... i'd do it again.

The worst part was the smell.... and scraping up the coagulated bleed with a paint scrapper.

So I guess what you're saying is not to rent to mexicans.

Racist.
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Well, atleast you made some money doing it anyway.

Still sucks though. Hope you don't get like bad dreams or anything man. :(
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You could probably specialise in that if you can cope with it, there would be a higher rate of pay because of bodily fluids and general yuck. Isn't there a balm you stick under your nose (like in autopsies) for the smell?
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Naaaa. It wasn't nothing but a thing.
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Yeah... i'd do it again.

The worst part was the smell.... and scraping up the coagulated bleed with a paint scrapper.

So I guess what you're saying is not to rent to mexicans.

Racist.
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Cleaning up blood is fucked. The sheer amount of iron in the air. Its practically working at a steel mill or something.
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Re: I just spent the last three days cleaning up a murder crime scene at my sister's rental - ask me a question
I used an industrial fan to pull the air out of the house.... what got me was it still smelled the second day... after running all night. but once i got the carpet out of there and used muratic acid and bleach on the concrete floor it wasn't so bad.

i did wear a respirator and goggles... and wore two pairs of gloves.
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was am a cleaner... i made $1200 for 15 hrs of work. tore up the carpet, bleached the concrete and painted... after bleaching the hell out of everything.
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cowgal It could have been worse. You where lucky that someone wasn't killed in an upstairs apartment, with all the blood and soaking into the plaster of the bedroom below. Then slowly saturating it, until in the middle of the night a great big peace drops off and falls onto the sleeping woman in the bedroom below.

PS: Will whatever relative who gets the dudes estate be getting the rental deposit back?
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There's a chlorophyll based odour killer sold as 'nilodor' here, works for most smells.
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was am a cleaner... i made $1200 for 15 hrs of work. tore up the carpet, bleached the concrete and painted... after bleaching the hell out of everything.
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:cowgal: It could have been worse. You where lucky that someone wasn't killed in an upstairs apartment, with all the blood and soaking into the plaster of the bedroom below. Then slowly saturating it, until in the middle of the night a great big peace drops off and falls onto the sleeping woman in the bedroom below.

PS: Will whatever relative who gets the dudes estate be getting the rental deposit back?
 Quoting: Judethz


i had a friend a long time ago who had to clean up his cousin after a shotgun blast to the stomach. the cousin had been dead for about 2 weeks when they found him, and jerry got the duty.

i kept thinking about his story as i was scraping all this bodily crap up off the floor... and i was telling myself, yeah this could be a whole lot worse.

and hell no on the deposit. they trashed the place. this is a fairly nice house in a not so nice part of town.
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Re: I just spent the last three days cleaning up a murder crime scene at my sister's rental - ask me a question
what was your worst clean up?
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Re: I just spent the last three days cleaning up a murder crime scene at my sister's rental - ask me a question
I'd use a cleaner.
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was am a cleaner... i made $1200 for 15 hrs of work. tore up the carpet, bleached the concrete and painted... after bleaching the hell out of everything.
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Bleach doesn't destroy the enzymes...you need an enzyme cleaner to properly clean. Did you bother to get OSHA certified? You would know this if you had. BTW, my roomate is currently studying to be a crime scene cleaner. And while you don't NEED to be OSHA certified, you probably don't know what you are doing if you didn't take the time to learn. It's not that long of a course and it is extremely helpful information. Look into it if you haven't.
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and hell no on the deposit. they trashed the place. this is a fairly nice house in a not so nice part of town.
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blinker I dunno about that one actually. If it was me I'd consider going to small claims court over it. As you said: " there was allegedly a party at the house and a fight broke out. a guy was kicked out but then came back with two friends when the party was over. they beat the with a baseball bat, and a diesel piston ashtray that were recovered at the scene"

Now if it had happened during the party then the deceased would be responsible because he invited them in. And I think I'd accept the argument that he was responsible for his guests.

But when they came back after being kicked out they where not guests. I'd use the analogy of: Suppose the tenant was a little old lady of 80 murdered as she slept. She surely was not at fault.
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I'd use a cleaner.
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was am a cleaner... i made $1200 for 15 hrs of work. tore up the carpet, bleached the concrete and painted... after bleaching the hell out of everything.
 Quoting: Scrubby McSterilize 13297298


Bleach doesn't destroy the enzymes...you need an enzyme cleaner to properly clean. Did you bother to get OSHA certified? You would know this if you had. BTW, my roomate is currently studying to be a crime scene cleaner. And while you don't NEED to be OSHA certified, you probably don't know what you are doing if you didn't take the time to learn. It's not that long of a course and it is extremely helpful information. Look into it if you haven't.
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Also, since the cimials haven't been caught, did you get approval from the PD to remove the evidence? You need to make sure and get that otherwise you become criminaly liable for destoying the evidence.
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You could probably specialise in that if you can cope with it, there would be a higher rate of pay because of bodily fluids and general yuck. Isn't there a balm you stick under your nose (like in autopsies) for the smell?
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There is, but over time it will kill your sense of smell. Best is to learn to get use to it, then over time, you don't even notice it. But the first couple times...puke city.
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Twelve hundred for fifteen hours: good gig.
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I'd use a cleaner.
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was am a cleaner... i made $1200 for 15 hrs of work. tore up the carpet, bleached the concrete and painted... after bleaching the hell out of everything.
 Quoting: Scrubby McSterilize 13297298


Bleach doesn't destroy the enzymes...you need an enzyme cleaner to properly clean. Did you bother to get OSHA certified? You would know this if you had. BTW, my roomate is currently studying to be a crime scene cleaner. And while you don't NEED to be OSHA certified, you probably don't know what you are doing if you didn't take the time to learn. It's not that long of a course and it is extremely helpful information. Look into it if you haven't.
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I didn't know that.... and no, i'n not osha certified... i'm not a professional scene cleaner... just a guy helping out his sister and making a few bucks.

i will say this... the smell is completely gone... and so is all residue... once the new carpeting is installed you'd never know anything ever happened there.

but now you got me thinking.... the reason i did it was because she got a quote of $3700 from some guy the cops recommended.
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Re: I just spent the last three days cleaning up a murder crime scene at my sister's rental - ask me a question
There was a TV series about this kind of cleaning.

Some poor Vietnam vet had killed himself with a shotgun and they explained how difficult it was to clean the dried brain splat.
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and hell no on the deposit. they trashed the place. this is a fairly nice house in a not so nice part of town.
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:blinker: I dunno about that one actually. If it was me I'd consider going to small claims court over it. As you said: " there was allegedly a party at the house and a fight broke out. a guy was kicked out but then came back with two friends when the party was over. they beat the with a baseball bat, and a diesel piston ashtray that were recovered at the scene"

Now if it had happened during the party then the deceased would be responsible because he invited them in. And I think I'd accept the argument that he was responsible for his guests.

But when they came back after being kicked out they where not guests. I'd use the analogy of: Suppose the tenant was a little old lady of 80 murdered as she slept. She surely was not at fault.
 Quoting: Judethz


there was/is really a lot more damage there then was cause by the incident.

i really don't know what these people had against kitchen cabinets... but every one of them was broken... so was the bathroom sink. the problem was she rented to a kid... and he
turned it into a party house.
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I'd use a cleaner.
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was am a cleaner... i made $1200 for 15 hrs of work. tore up the carpet, bleached the concrete and painted... after bleaching the hell out of everything.
 Quoting: Scrubby McSterilize 13297298


Bleach doesn't destroy the enzymes...you need an enzyme cleaner to properly clean. Did you bother to get OSHA certified? You would know this if you had. BTW, my roomate is currently studying to be a crime scene cleaner. And while you don't NEED to be OSHA certified, you probably don't know what you are doing if you didn't take the time to learn. It's not that long of a course and it is extremely helpful information. Look into it if you haven't.
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Also, since the cimials haven't been caught, did you get approval from the PD to remove the evidence? You need to make sure and get that otherwise you become criminaly liable for destoying the evidence.
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all that was already gone when they called my sister. they were there for three days before they even let her know. the only thing that was left was some crime scene tape and the remnants of javier....
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You could probably specialise in that if you can cope with it, there would be a higher rate of pay because of bodily fluids and general yuck. Isn't there a balm you stick under your nose (like in autopsies) for the smell?
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There is, but over time it will kill your sense of smell. Best is to learn to get use to it, then over time, you don't even notice it. But the first couple times...puke city.
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i've got to admit... i was doing some gagging at first... especially when i was scrapping that crap up and putting it in a bucket.... but after a while it wasn't so bad.
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Twelve hundred for fifteen hours: good gig.
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that's what i thought.