Removing Smoke Smell After House Fire

It has been over 4 months since our house fire. There was heavy smoke damage. How do I get the smoke stains/smell out of trophies, tiaras, sashes, etc.?

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July 6, 20170 found this helpful

Soak clothes in peroxide and baking soda over night, then rinse, put outside to dry.

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July 6, 20170 found this helpful

Soak in a bucket, a mixture of peroxide and baking soda overnight. Next day rinse well with a tablespoon of vinegar in a gallon of water, rinse add softerner hang dry outside.

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July 13, 20170 found this helpful

When we had our house fire, the fire restoration people cleaned everything with vinegar and lots of fresh air. It took awhile, somethings had to be cleaned several times and air out for several days in the fresh outside air. They also had to replace all the sheet rock as it held the smell and kept putting the smell back into the air.

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