Death Cleanup..and the Aftermath

Dealing with the aftermath of a tragic event can be difficult. Rests assure Absolute Crime & Trauma Bio Clean is here to help when tragedy strikes.  We specialize in trauma scene cleanup, blood cleanup and bio hazard cleanups. Our staff has over 10 years experience offering you quality and reliable service.  When you are faced with a tough and unexpected situation make your first call to us. We will guide you and help you step by step with the situation at hand. You can trust we have your environmental, safety and emotional needs in mind.  The aftermath of an unforeseen event can happened anywhere. We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, servicing all 67 counties in the state of Florida. Our discretion is always guaranteed!

Florida Crime Scene Cleaning

As a premier bio hazard crime scene cleanup service, we’re in the business of ensuring that you, your family, and your home/property gets the protection it needs from potential bio-hazards. Our work begins when the authorities finish, with our technicians trained in decontamination and sterilization. With years of experience in everything from hoarder homes, unattended deaths, suicides, and homicides, we offer a fully equipped staff that has both your environmental and emotional needs in mind. While Absolute Crime & Trauma Bio-Clean is located in Central Florida in Seminole county local to Orlando and Orange County, our fast and professional cleaning services are available in all 67 counties in Florida day or night. Our discretion is guaranteed. -Absolute Crime & Trauma Bio-Clean Staff

Tear Gas Effects


Effects and use of tear gas

Tear gas works by irritating mucous membranes in the eyes, nose, mouth and lungs, and causes crying, sneezing, coughing, hard breathing, pain in the eyes, temporary blindness, etc. Lachrymators are thought to act by attacking sulphydryl functional groups in enzymes. One of the most probable protein targets is the TRPA1 ion channel that is expressed in sensory nerves (trigeminal nerve) of the eyes, nose and mouth. First used in 1915, xylyl bromide was a popular tearing agent since it was easily brewed.

Lachrymatory agents are commonly used as riot control and chemical warfare agents. During World War I, more toxic lachrymatory agents were used. Certain lachrymatory agents are often used by police to assist in bringing targeted persons under control, most notably tear gas. In some countries (e.g. Finland, Australia, and the United States), another issued substance is mace, which is used as a personal attack repellent.