Removing Nicotine from Dry Wall

How do I remove nicotine safely from dry wall without doing any damage?

By Margaret L from Florence, AL

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February 24, 20141 found this helpful
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If it's finished dry wall, meaning it's been mudded properly and then painted, it's safe to use half water-half white vingear as a cleaning solution. Apply with a wetted and wrung sponge or soft cloth - it may take several cleanings to get the nicotine completely off.

Once the sponge/cloth doesn't show any 'yellow' after a swipe, use plenty of clear water to rinse. From personal experience, this works a treat, also 'deodorises' the room as you clean.

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