Ramsep Posted April 4, 2018 Share Posted April 4, 2018 Hi, I have a couple of machines, DN440 and AP7600 in a good location that is out in the country, the snack machine gets almost emptied out by these guys every week. A couple of weeks ago, little mices got into it and chewed into almost every snack package, so I removed all of the trays in the machine and vacuumed and cleaned it with a "409 Institutional" cleaner (that smelled similar to oven cleaner, despite the advertised pine aroma). I also remove the coils from every tray and repeated the process. I also put a few glue traps on the floor around the machines and 6 little mices were caught. No more issues after that. The thing is, when I open the machine for service, the smell is fairly strong. I'm afraid that somebody is going to complain pretty soon, and, God forbids, I could even be sued. Does anybody has had the same problem? I tried using bleach, but it didn't really improved the situation. Yesterday I also put open containers inside with baking soda to absorbe the smell. Even if I replace the machine, I still need to clean it at my shop. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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