These homeowners discovered their homes were once used to cook meth -- and now they are forking over thousands to fix the problem.
If the house you're looking to buy is a former meth lab, the seller may not have to tell you about it.
From testing to removing carpets and insulation, here's what it takes to rid a home of the toxic chemicals left behind after someone has cooked meth in a home.
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