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Posted by John Fasoldt on 4:44:02 2/20/2012 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: Re: flying squirrels posted by charlie on 16:43:42 2/19/2012 from 74.206.73.96:

No, the dead ones are still there.... But they have a low body mass, you might not smell them.

Clean up? Do it yourself. Remove the insulation, if there's any (wood) stained areas, paint it with alkyd based primer, then an enamel. Just use gloves, throw them away when done. If you are allergic to things, wear a dust mask. (I don't.)

---John



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