I have a pickup truck that sat for a couple of years and was over-run with mice. They were up under the dash in places that are tough to get to. Is there anything that can fog the cab and get rid of the smell?
Thanks for any help.
There are two things you can try. The first is to install an AEROSOL MACHINE that will apply ODOR ELIMINATOR AEROSOL. Set it to go off every 15 minutes. Now if you're driving in the truck you may not want to have it going off if the cab is really small but the blast is short and shouldn't interfere with anyone using the vehicle.
Basically what this will do is neutralize the odor. Now since there is a lot of odor that's been dispersed over a lot of area, it will take time to work. In the past we've had people need the machine operating for on average for at least one month using this setup. The good thing about it is that the setup is easy to deploy, cost effective and usually works.
If you need something stronger that works faster, get some NNZ and a FOGGER RENTAL. You can then mix it up, fog the interior of the cab heavy for 5-10 seconds, let it sit and see how it does. My guess it will neutralize the odor quickly but that it will come back a few times. Basically what you can do is use this process over and over till the smell is gone. You might want to run the machine much longer but if the cab is small, you could over load it with the mist making it wet. To avoid saturating the fabric, less of the NNZ applied over and over will prove to be a better way to proceed.
Obviously if you own a fogging machine you won't have to rent one. And if you can wipe down the interior of the cab with a rag saturated with the NNZ, you'll no doubt get better results too. But since the wiping can't penetrate every crack and crevice, fogging will be needed.
Here are direct links to the information and products listed above:
Aerosol Machine: http://www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/aerosol-dispenser-1000