- May 30, 2008
- Reaction score
Wouldn't this be tantamount to having a smoker in a non-smoking room? If you have to go to that much extra time to clean, fumigate, deodorize, disinfect etc. you should be able to charge the same clean-up fee as you would for a smoker. This could conceivably cause major distress for an asthmatic or anyone suffering from allergies, in other words your bottom line. Handle it like you would someone else smoking in that same room.Bree said:...from 20 feet away. I am in the kitchen and I can smell the perfume IN the guestroom, door is closed. It was like walking into a wall. I couldn't breathe it was so strong.
How the heck can we clean the room if neither of us can go near it?