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If you can find the source of the smoke smell, you could try a chemical smoke remover like ZEP Smoke Odor Eliminator: http://amzn.to/1DuEMww If that doesn't work or you can't find the surface that is holding the smell (and hence cannot use a cleaner like that), then you'd likely need to treat the entire room with an ozone machine. These are used by ...


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I have the same problem. I called the company and they asked me to do the following. But you can confirm. clean up the area where copper green was applied using paint thinner or acetone or dawn dish soap. This may help remove the oil. Use kilz primer max. Prime wood with that. In future use greens clear as it is good for interior use and its odorless.



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