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Smoke damaged furniture

Posted by hapyfrustrated (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 27, 09 at 15:08

We are in the process of dividing estate furniture. Most of it is Duncan Phife, at one time it was very nice. It has been heavily damaged from cigarette smoke. I cannot bring anything in my house that has cigarette smoke on it or in it. I hate to see the peices that I have inherited go unused or being left out in the garage. Does anyone know how I can get this smell totally out of this furniture?

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