There was a bad fire (everyone got out of the building in time, thankfully. It could have been so much worse!) in the apartment upstairs from mine. We didn't get any fire damage but there was a lot of water and everything smells like smoke. There's a mitigation company handling cleanup and they've been great so far. They got all the water up and wet drywall out quickly, got fans running to dry everything out.
But everything still smells like smoke. I can do a ton of laundry but I'm wondering if there are specific things I can do to clean furniture, especially things like beds and blinds that didn't get wet but still smell of smoke.
Update: we've more or less determined that the mitigation company was not great and hadn't followed through. I worked with my neighbors to hold them accountable and get the place actually cleaned up. As it turned out, they also hadn't fully addressed the water damage and we have had to replace a ton of sheetrock that got moldy. The moral of the story is that your insurance should pay for mitigation but you'll need to make sure they really do do their job.