posted on May, 3 2012 @ 01:05 AM
reply to post by argentus
You bring up an interesting point in yours too that I have some personal experience I can share from years of trucking. After all, nature's call and
a place a truck can stop aren't always compatible things and there are good and bad ways for everything right?
For this, one big agreement for the plastic bags. From experience I'm not elaborating further on, I want to say that in this area, the human nose is
as good as any dog. That has to be what it is. No other smell in creation permeates impermeable material like 'that' one. Freezer bags, with that
heavy plastic and the slider zip over multiple strips. And then, two of them each time. A clean one over the other............and that gives about 3-4
hours. Nothing more. Febreeze...in both bags.. maybe another 2 hours. Human smell of THAT odor..Oh yeah, every bit as good as a bloodhound on the
That isn't a good thing...
(For those who can't imagine or think something icky about truckers by that much time......picture sitting on a side street in your 18 wheeler, in a
residential area with a grocery warehouse you're delivering to....and no way in the gate for 6-8 hours....solutions gotta be found and the homeowners
can be thankful for what never happens.