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Call Bio Scene Clean Up if your property needs tear-gas cleaned up! Tear gas is a chemical substance used by law enforcement agencies as a non-violent means of extraction in a variety of ways such as; riot control or to force the surrender of a suspect of fugitive confined in a building. Tear gas clean up can be very difficult and hazardous for people to clean up and remove themselves. Tear-gas cleaning is not a simple cleanup that can easily be removed by following directions off the internet. Bio Scene Clean Up is a locally based crime scene cleaning company the specializes in tear gas cleanup and removal from homes and businesses. If your property needs tear gas removed due to a crime scene, police standoff or other crime from an apartment, condo, home or business you can depend on Bio Scene Clean Up to come thru for you. If property insurance is going to be used for the cost of the tear gas cleanup we at Bio Scene Clean Up can help with that as well, due to our experience working with insurance companies for tear gas damage cleanup.
Self cleanup of tear gas from crime scenes is not recommended, and virtually impossible unless you have the proper tools and safety equipment. Professional cleaning is necessary to remove all traces of tear gas contamination which can seep into walls and other surfaces. Movement will cause the tear gas irritant to become airborne and cause watery eyes and respiratory distress.
CN and CS are the most widely used versions of tear gas, but around 15 different types of tear gas have been developed worldwide. CS has become the most popular tear gas due to its strong effect and lack of toxicity in comparison to other versions of tear gas chemical agents. Persons who have been in contact with CS tear gas experience the effects of vomiting and burning sensation of the skin.
The tear gas chemical reacts with moisture on the skin and eyes, causing a burning sensation and the immediate forceful shutting of the eyes. Reported effects can include tears streaming from the eyes, running nose full of mucus, burning in the nose and throat areas, disorientation, dizziness and restricted breathing. In highly concentrated doses of tear gas contamination it can induce severe coughing and vomiting.