Soot can be deposited on walls from smoke or even a poorly trimmed candle wick. This is a page about removing soot from walls.
Sometimes candles can burn quite sooty. The black soot sticks to the inside of the candle jar, looking unattractive. This page contains ideas for removing soot from candle jars.
This is a page about cleaning soot from bricks. Soot on your fireplace bricks can be unsightly. In addition to a number of spray cleaners that can help remove the stains, you may find that a soot sponge does the job too.
Bon Ami can be a great cleaning an polishing agent, even on tough stains like soot. This is a page about bon ami polishing paste to remove soot.
Soot can collect on the door glass of your wood stove. This page contains several suggestions for removing black soot from a wood stove window.
This page is about removing soot from curtains. Soot residue can collect on fabric from wood burning and candles.
This page is about removing soot from wood furniture. Any house fire can leave you with usable wood furniture if you can remove the soot.
This page is about removing soot from carpet. Even a small house fire can leave you with a dirty carpet.