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Mustang Disaster CleanUp

South Dakota & Central Iowa

IICRC Certified Managers & Techs

We Do All Testing, Estimating, & Cleaning

We do all testing, estimating, and cleaning for meth and fentanyl contaminations on any property. We are licensed and certified in meth and fentanyl cleaning and restoration. Whether you know there is a contamination, or you suspect it, please contact us.

Contact Mustang Disaster CleanUp for Meth & Fentanyl Cleaning and Restoration


meth and fentanyl cleaning and restoration services


• Methamphetamine - According to National Institute of Drug Abuse, methamphetamine is a powerful, highly addictive stimulant that affects the central nervous system. Also known as meth, chalk, ice, and crystal, among many other terms, it takes the form of a white, odorless, bitter-tasting crystalline powder that easily dissolves in water or alcohol.​​

​• Fentanyl - a synthetic opioid. It is 50-100 times stronger than morphine. Common street names include: China Town, Dance Fever, Friend, China White, Popcorn Heroin, Gray Death, Lethal Injection, Flat line, Reaper, Green Monster, Poison, Death Wish, Undertaker and may others

lethal does of fentanyl

Meth labs are increasingly common, and Fentanyl is quickly becoming a more significant hazard. If you suspect or know you have a meth or fentanyl contamination on your property, reach out to us as soon as you can.

We have offices in Sioux Falls, Rapid City, and Pierre, SD, and also Story City, IA area, serving all of South Dakota and Central Iowa.  Contact us today!

How Long Does the Cleanup Process Take?

Most properties can be decontaminated in about 2-4 weeks. The decontamination process begins (and depending on the size of the house), can take anywhere from a few days to a couple weeks. Then, all areas need to be tested, and the tests submitted to the lab for analysis, this can take up to 5 business days to get results back. A final meeting is then scheduled to go over the results – and get your house back.

What Contents Can Be Cleaned?

  • Items considered Non-Porous, such as most tables, dressers, headboards or other hard items can be decontaminated. Also, items that can fit into a washing machine can potentially be saved with proper meth cleanup procedures. Item considered Porous, generally cannot be decontaminated.  Mattresses, couches, anything with a cushion or upholstery, pillows, stuffed animals, most electronics and kids' toys can generally not be decontaminated.

  • During a meth cleanup project, only hard non-porous items can be decontaminated. Such as, finished sheet rocked walls and ceiling, subfloors, hard surface flooring, doors, cabinets, countertops, metal ductwork, furnaces etc. Items to be removed and disposed of include carpet, carpet pad, drop ceiling tiles, acoustical ceiling tiles, insulated or flex ductwork, and exposed insulation.

Signs There Was Potential Drug Use

  •  Glass cookware containing chemical residue

  •  Bottle or containers connected with rubber tubing

  •  Filters, pillowcases or bed sheets stained red or containing a white powdery residue

  •  Stained carpet

  •  Glass pipes and syringes

  •  Burn marks on walls, ceilings (explosions)

  •  Missing or tampered with smoke detectors

  •  Burn piles in yard

  •  Staining on walls and floors (multi-colored)

  •  Closed circuit televisions or security systems

  •  Extreme amounts of debris (hoarding appearance)

  •  Writing on walls

  • Missing light bulbs

If you have any questions at all regarding methamphetamine or fentanyl cleaning and restoration, don't hesitate to contact us at Mustang Disaster CleanUp.

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