Odoban is the best product. Wipe down all surfaces with it and the smell should go away.
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Repainting and having floors professionally cleaned should help.
Odoban wipe down ceiling, floors and walls then primer/stain blocker paint then reg paint.
Yes ODOBAN! Hubby bought a truck that reeked of smoke from previous owner. He got all the smoke smell out by diligently using ODOBAN everyday.
Try ammonia based cleaner windows and glass. Make sure you are in a well ventilated area.
I've had good luck with opening windows and using a couple of window fans to suck air in and blow stale air out. It may take several hours/days, depending on how smoky things are, but you could try this method without buying anything, assuming you have fans.
Open all the windows and doors and leave open as much as possible. If the flooring is wood, scrub it with a sweet smelling disinfectant and then sprinkle over it "Shake and Vac" to take up the moisture . Vac when dry. Best of luck!
Room Shocker is what contractors use to get rid of bad odors including smoke. Buy on Amazon, Lowe's, Walmart or Home Depot. https://www.biocidesystems.com/room-shocker-clo2-odor-eliminator-quick-release-vapor-2?gclid=Cj0KCQjwuJz3BRDTARIsAMg-HxU9TMTE-9_-KmsL_UOaF45NzLkdKiePXnT7R_WLfCpmePvxJpAE0cgaAr-dEALw_wcB
or as a former apartment manager, yank out the carpets and drapes, have the cleaners wipe down all surfaces, and have the painters apply 3 coats of primer and paint at a cost of $6,000 per 1 bedroom apartment.
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If the room has a carpet I would start by removing it and the padding. They really hold on to the smell. Then I would pain the room and use a really good primer like KILZ. Leave the windows open, get an air purifier with a Hepa filter. If you can't repaint/ recarpet I would definitely use the purifier.