Mr DJames I have a packtite question...(5 posts)
Ok so I spent a good 4 hours today in a property doing a pre-treatment clean up and chemical removal ( chemical by a dim wit PCO who after 3 treatments admitted he knew bugger all about bed bugs ), before his good self David Cain was due to asses and treat. this is something I do on the worse case infestations we deal with and not on every day ones.
Anyway to get to the point, David had left a packtite closet there the day before to help get the process moving. As part of my prep work I needed to move said packtite, but it was full of drawers from a dressing table. As it had finished it's cycle long before I got there it was fine to remove the drawers and move the closet.
Upon removing these drawers I noted that 3 out of 4 of the drawers had, what can only be describe as baked on bed bugs.
So Mr DJames my question is this, if your packtite can roast a few bed bugs in a few hours, how long do I need to stick a home made lasagne in there for, so it comes out just right ?
Lol, glad to hear the packtite closet is working well for you, killing em in dresser drawers, pretty cool. Lasagna needs about 4 hours, then I hold the heater close to the top of the dish to give it that crispy top layer:).
Thanks you're a star, Mr Cain spends so many hours in the office and microwave meals are bad for his health. At least now we can all take it int turns to pop him a dinner in the Packtite and we know he's been healthily fed for a change
Now now, my secret tip for the crunchy top layer is to sprinkle a few of the fresh kill on top like a garnish of dried chilli's.
What can I say we like it hot and spicy in the UK.
I will add more notes about this case when I have time, not a full horror show, just an 8 out 10 but the 3 previous treatments did not help what would have been an easy case for the dynamic duo with their trusty side kick closet.
Have Packtite will travel.
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