Meth is a very powerful stimulant which affects the central nervous system Meth destroys the dopamine in your brain Meth is the most addictive of drugs, addicting many users on the first time trying it Meth is also known as speed, chalk, crystal, ice, crank and glass
how can I tell if a home is contaminated with meth?
We get the question often of how to tell if a home was a meth lab. While there are many signs to look for, a vacant empty house could be highly contaminated with little to no signs at all. Here is a list red flags to look for when dealing with possible meth houses:
Yellowish discolorations on walls, drains, sinks and showers.
Bluish discolorations of faucets, fire extinguishers and propane tank valves
Fire detectors are removed or have tape over them
Burning in eyes, itchy throat, metallic taste in the mouth, breathing problems in the home.
Strong solvent odors, odors of cat urine or ammonia.
Bleach stains on carpets.
Dark stains in sinks (yellow, purple or red)
Burn piles in the yard
Appearance of not caring
Missing Light Bulbs
These are things that we often find in many meth labs / Meth houses. The only way of knowing if a home is contaminated by meth is by having wall swab lab tests done.
Meth is odorless. Sometimes spilled chemicals used in cooking meth in a home have smells that affect the home but the finished product does not have a detectable smell associated with it.
During the "meth cooking" process, it has a smell of burning plastic.
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