How does one remove an acute smoke contamination from a car that was in storage for 4 to 5 years?
By Stephen from Knoxville, TN
I have had to deal with this problem twice. When buying a mattress from my mother and dad who both smoked, I
put newspapers under our sheets and changed the papers weekly. The ink in the paper will absorb the smell. It is
fool proof, but does take about 30 days of changing the papers as often as you have newspapers.
Also, once I used my Filter Queen in a car my husband bought second hand. It did the job in just one overnight use. The last suggestion is to rent an ozone machine like the ones used in motels for removing smoke from the rooms. (02/23/2010)
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