01:39PM | 05/15/07
Member Since: 05/14/07
2 lifetime posts
Hi -

It's a long story, but I had about a dozen eggs thrown at my interior metal door and dryway. I have scrubbed and scrubbed with Lysol and Fantastic and I can no longer see any egg remnants. However, and I wrote a post on this yesterday, The smell is still awful (in my bedroom.) Has anyone tried any substance or anything which could get rid of this smell? I have already started scrubbing off the finish on the door and the drywall.

Thanks in advance,

Dawn D. Durante


05:14PM | 05/15/07
Member Since: 06/06/03
1250 lifetime posts
Wow, this is a tough one. This one caught my I make some wine - an endeavor that this smell can be an issue (even if no eggs are really involved). I have tried numerous internet searches; not much luck. Have you tried (obviously this is for OUTSIDE use) pressure washing? good luck...


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07:31PM | 06/02/07
Member Since: 05/14/07
2 lifetime posts
Thank you for your reply. Unfortunately the majority of the problem has been in the kitchen, which is quite small so pressure washing isn't feasable (but a good idea). I have been scrubbing down past the paint and the smell is getting much better. I've resigned myself to having to scrub everything I can and then painting the kitchen walls, ceiling and floor.

Thanks again _ I sure learned my lesson.



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