How do you get third hand smoke out of your walls and ceiling?
anything other than sealing and painting...
wash your walls with 3 parts 409, 1 part rubbing alcohol. I also use a room shocker, available on amazon for the smell. ceilings are harder because you usually cant wash the. i would suggest priming with kilz and repaintng.
I would ask that question at a paint store. There has got to be a good cleaning solution that you can use, and then you would definitely have to repaint everything.
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