Takes me back....
Two goofy sorts I knew had a carpet and upholstery cleaning job.
They didn't have enough hose to reach everywhere in the house, so they drove onto the lawn (hold that thought in mind)
They cleaned the carpet, filled the waste tank part way through, and dumped the tank on the lawn where they were parked (hold onto that thought, still...)
They then dry cleaned the furniture. For those that remember engaging in that useless, smelly task, it left the fabric dark while still damp with the solvent. The woman didn't think it looked good, so they told her (truthfully) that solvent darkens fabric, then they said (stupidly) "throw the cushion covers in the dryer and that will show you they are ok". (hold that thought)
As they went to leave, the truck was stuck in the now wet and muddy puddle they waste tank dump caused. They called a tow truck, and as it dragged the truck and dug up her yard she came out screaming:
"My dryer is on fire" (seems the solvent fumes and hot setting on the dryer caused a fire).
1. Damage to yard
2. Pollution of yard with "toxic chemicals"
3. Smoke damage in home
4. Pollution of home with fumes of (truly) toxic chemicals
5. Harm to occupants due to elevated levels of the same chemicals as were present from the fumes of the fire.
Hey @Brian H
....Feel better now?