BOZEMAN - Cleaning up a crime scene is a dirty, filthy and potentially hazardous job, but someone has to do it. And in Bozemanthere are at least two companies that do.

When Patty Burrows started her cleaning business about 11 years ago, she had no idea she'd be relying on clove oil and Vick's VapoRub to mask the odors she encounters on her job. She began simply cleaning offices and homes.

But after finally convincing her sister, Bev Paquet, a paramedic from Michigan, to move to Montana, the two combined their interests to start White Glove Bio-Haz - a licensed cleaning service that specializes in mopping up buildings and vehicles after the unthinkable has occurred.