Meth Lab Smell

What does a meth lab smell like? Meth labs can smell like cat urine, rotten eggs, sewer gas, ether, wet diapers, paint thinners, paint removers, adhesives, cleaning fluids, vinegar, pickled foods, cattle feed lots, and fertilizers. Meth labs can smell like a hospital due to the common use of ethyl ether as an anesthetic. Nasal …..Read More

Signs that a child is being exposed to Meth Lab Chemicals

A child that has been exposed to meth lab chemicals may exhibit signs that you might not associate with chemical exposure. But, knowing the signs of meth lab exposure in children can help you to protect their health and safety. Whether you’re a parent, a grandparent, a teacher, a day care provider, a child protection …..Read More

What kind of trash do meth lab cooks throw away?

What kind of trash do meth lab cooks throw away? The kind of trash that meth labs generate varies according to which method they’re using to make meth. Here is a list of some items that may be a signal a meth lab. Rags with red and/or yellow stains. A large number of pill blister …..Read More

Meth lab pictures for renters, realtors, home owners, home buyers

Renter, realtors, home buyers, and home owners often miss the signs of a meth lab, which may appear to look “odd” but not so odd that it sends up a red flag.  A word of advice: If you think something is odd, weird, or unusual, you should listen to what your gut is telling you. …..Read More

Meth Lab: Behavior signs

How can you tell if you’re dealing with someone who’s a meth abuser or a meth lab cook? Observe their behavior. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, “In addition to being addicted to methamphetamine, chronic abusers exhibit symptoms that can include anxiety, confusion, insomnia, mood disturbances, and violent behavior. They also can display …..Read More