Re: Mobile Home Odor Abatement, or Remodel?
You'll never get the odor out of fabrics or carpets, so plan on pulling and replacing things like d****s, furniture, carpets and pad, throw rugs, clothing, linens, towels, etc.
Being a 70's era trailer, it's likely got paneling everywhere. If you don't want to replace that, you can wash it down with TSP to remove as much of the dirt and smoke residue as possible, use a BIN primer (shellac based, see Zinsser red label primer ). Plan on sealing every surface in the house, floors, walls, ceilings, in every nook and cranny, closet, etc. Follow the primer with paint of choice. Install new floorings throughout the house, including vinyl and hardwood if applicable. Tile surfaces will be fine. Cabinetry can also be primed and painted if they're laden with smoke odors, or replaced, depending on your budget and needs.
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