When Dexter murders someone he always prepares the room with:
- lots of plastic foil
- pictures of victims
- small details for atmosphere
But we only see him dispose the bodies.
The amount of plastic foil and the blood that must have been spilled must be very hard to dispose of. Just the foil alone would need one round trip with his small car.
And then he mostly only has one night to prepare, play and dispose. How does he handle this?
Is there any mention in the series or some canon explanation on this?