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 > The quickest cure would be to reseal the interiorof teh case - completely. I'd suggest an aerosol shellac. Once the case is sealed, the smell of smoke will be gone. > The quickest cure would be to reseal the interiorof teh case - completely. I'd suggest an aerosol shellac. Once the case is sealed, the smell of smoke will be gone.
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 +  * Murphy's Oil and Soap (or paint thinner, won't hurt finish)
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 +[[https://www.instructables.com/Saving-Fire-Damaged-Furniture/|Saving Fire Damaged Furniture]] has a list of things to buy.
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 +  * Pour Mixwax or Formby's furniture refinisher in a quart cup. I filled it about 1/2 full.
 +  * Rub with 0000 steel wool with grain
 +  * Then apply Howard Feed-N-Wax
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 +Next, place the steel wool in the cup and let sit for a few minutes.
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 +[[https://www.ehow.com/how_7792165_clean-wood-furniture-after-fire.html|How to clean wood furniture after a fire]].
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 +  * Mix 1 cup ammonia with 1 cup water. Use cloth
 +  * Mix 1 gallon of hot water with 2 tbsp. turpentine and 4 tbsp. linseed oil. Use the hottest water that your hands can handle.
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 +[[https://www.porterscleaning.com/blog/what-do-professionals-use-to-clean-smoke-damage-from-fire/|What do professionals use to clean smoke damage]]
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 +  * (No) Trisodium Phosphate (TSP) (Hazardous, small amount heavily diluted)
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 +[[https://www.jondon.com/how-to/technical-tips/restoration-disaster-recovery/fire-and-smoke-damage/cleaning-soot-damaged-contents/wood-surfaces.html|How to Remove Soot from Wood Surfaces]].
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 +  * (No) In extreme situations, you can use a weak dilution of Unsmoke Degrease-All. Rinse well after cleaning. (Sold by the gallon)
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