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Old 26 Sep 2017, 04:01 pm
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Default Re: How to clean my headliner? I'm

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Originally Posted by Handy_Cruiser View Post
Repo company. Pretty well the same thing.

PS: There's very few folks that do small-scale Bio HAZ cleanup in my area. And many banks and insurance companies want an IH to sign off on the cleanup. So I suit up, do the work, fill in the VIN and description in a form-letter report, stamp it and turn it in. I can usually do it in the evening after my day job too. It's very interesting and pays great considering it usually only takes me a couple of hours per car as long as a shot gun wasn't used. I've seen some wild stuff over the years. :O
When you are in the yard and the car has that "biohazard" sticker on it, did they actually clean it first or do I just have to avoid touching anything? First time I saw them I thought it was cool, I mean the band is from the neighborhood. Now I just try to avoid them unless is something I absolutely need.
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