Thanks everyone! I do appreciate your advice. The smell eventually diminished, but I was worried. I love this site!
It is good that you opened the windows, etc. You can rinse anything you can pick up with clear water in the tub or kitchen sink. That will help dissipate the smell. Like Seagrape says wiping other things down with wet cloths will help. Probably the biggest danger is the smell. When you are down close to it, try not to breathe it in. Take frequent breaks (for breathing fresh air), etc.
It may really clean these things as it is a good cleaner. Make sure that you don't mix it or clean with anything using bleach.
Good luck with this. Let us know how this turns out.
Susan from ThriftyFun
My guess would be to wipe thoroughly with a wet cloth. Blot carpets and furniture with wet cloths followed by a dry cloth to soak up excess. Ammonia is noxious but not necessarily toxic (unless taken internally.)
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