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Cigarette Odor Removal from Ductwork
A customer purchased a condo that used to be home to two bigtime smokers. Her efforts of sealing and painting, washing down all other surfaces and removal of all carpet, floor and wall coverings has removed most of the smell. However, the latent aroma still hints of cigarettes. She's at a loss as she did have the ducts cleaned. I'm not sure (nor is she) that they did anything other than vacuum them.
I know from removing some cabinets, mirrors, shower doors etc that a film was present on all surfaces. I assume the same film will be in both the returns and supplies.
Any proven ideas for removing this film?