Painting and Smoke Damage?

Answer Fire and years of tobacco use can cause extensive smoke damage on everything, including interior walls and ceilings. Smoke damage cannot simply be painted over because it will bleed through the pai... Read More »

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How to Clean an Acrylic Painting With Smoke Damage?

Whether it is from a fire or cigarettes, smoke can cause severe damage to a home. Carpets, furniture and paintings can all be covered in soot and ash as a result of smoke damage. Acrylic paintings ... Read More »

How to Treat Smoke Damage?

Smoke damage typically occurs after a fire; although a fireplace and even cigarettes can cause damage from smoke. Depending on the extent of the damage you may be able to reverse the effects of smo... Read More »

How to Clean Smoke Damage?

After the devastation of a fire, there is a sizable secondary task after replacing all destroyed property. This entails cleaning up the tremendous amount of damage caused by the smoke from that fir... Read More »

Smoke Damage on Walls?

Smoke damage on walls can ruin the look and smell of a home, but is easily repaired with the right tools and materials, and doesn't need a professional to do the job. ... Read More »