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To gain an understanding of how Neutrasol works we first need to understand a little about the surfaces that require cleaning and the nature of the methamphetamine(meth) contaminants. Methamphetamine in its natural state is a solid. Through the smoking process, it becomes a hot vapour (gas) which turns back to a solid state once it cools on a surface. During the process of changing from a vapour back to a solid it can form strong bonds with the surface. In some situations, it doesn’t bond to the surface itself-but to soiling on that surface. In theory “a dirty house is...

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International research in regards to encapsulation suggests that some of the research tends to be taken out of context in that the goal of the research is to determine if it is viable to the encapsulate where cleaning did not succeed. In that, encapsulation is not a substitute for cleaning and that it should only be used where cleaning has failed and physical removal (i.e stripping) is not feasible.

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What We Do and Don’t Know About Methamphetamine Contaminated Homes

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This report briefly identifies key peer-reviewed scientific research not considered by the Gluckman Report regarding third-hand exposure to methamphetamine residue.

This research was available and provided to the NZ Chief Scientists Office from the PhD Thesis from Dr Jackie Wright (Wright 2016):

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The number of Queensland property owners testing their homes for methamphetamine residue has skyrocketed.

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