Removing cigarette smoke odor can be a very challenging task. Tobacco smoke consists mainly of tars and nicotine. This pollution can stick to practically any surface and can get into even the most remote cracks.
Along with this smoke residue is an offensive odor which can make your living space smell stale and dirty.
Worse yet, this indoor pollution can cause an allergic reaction in an individual sensitive to tobacco smoke.
The hot cigarette smoke tends to rise as a cloud toward the ceiling. As it cools, the room's air currents lead the smoke, covering everything in its path as it gravitates to the floor.
Its critical that every surface of a room suffering from tobacco smoke odor be addressed in smoke deodorizing. All surfaces, porous and non-porous.
This includes hard floors, carpeting, walls, ceilings, window treatments and the window glass, furniture, cabinets and duct work.
The level of smoke the room has been exposed to dictates how difficult deodorizing the smoke odor will be.
Heavy smoke exposure can permeate through carpet and into the padding, through upholstered furniture and into the stuffing and frame, through window treatments, into wooden furniture, behind kitchen cabinets, behind light switch and outlet covers, the paint on walls and trim, and every crack in the room.
A thorough cleaning should successfully remove mild cigarette smoke odor problems. If the cleaning step can't eliminate or reduce the odor to an acceptable level, then the following the cleaning options are available.
The use of fogging equipment and ozone generators should be by trained professionals. Severe situations should be left to experienced restoration technicians.
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We still use encap for commercial applications, but your not really taking the dirt with you. You are leaving it in the carpet and asking the home owner