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Hi has anyone heard of something you can throw on sick, which soaks it up, removes the odour, and disinfects - apparantly there is something which you can put on the area which magically removes it? I heard that you can then vacuum it up????? Can't see how that works? Wouldn't the vacuum be 'comtaminated?'

 

 

 

Really sorry about the subject matter, but have had 2 children in as many weeks leave a lovely deposit on our carpet and it's a real pain to try and disinfect.

 

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Hi yes there are things, we have pellet type things at school but we don't hover them up but I can't remember what they are called. I saw a powder the other day in the consortium catalogue which looks quite good. (Sanitaire Emergency Clean-up page 964)

Like you I'm not too sure about hoovering it up, I would probably brush up what I could and then go over it with a carpet cleaner spray etc.

 

Jo

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HI,

 

We use powder/granules which does everything you said. Also does wee. We get it from a company called hertfordshire supplies but am sure you can get it from any cleaning/hygiene supply company.

eg - canon hygiene - the company that does the sanitary bins

Hygiene

 

Net xx

 

Here are a couple of websites

 

www.cannonhygiene.co.uk

 

www.hertsdirect.org/cscs

 

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hi

 

we operate within a village hall so have a hard wooden floor. We use sawdust (this was a tip from a primary school i worked in) It soaks it up and then we use a dust pan and brush, kept just for this purpose, then disinfect the area. (not a good idea on carpet :o )

 

No ones told us that this is not acceptable, and is cheap. :D

 

Jo

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