How to Remove Bat Guano from Inside Your Cabin Walls

In large quantities, bat droppings are toxic and can pose a serious health hazard
By Emily Hare
Published: January 2, 2014
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Q: We have extracted bats from our 1918 cabin, but after the cabin is closed up for a while, we can sometimes smell the foul odor of accumulated bat guano behind the paneling of the interior walls. Is it toxic?  
– Ricky & Kim, Hayward, Wis.
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