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Have log home built in 1930s with interior finished in t&g 4"-6" panels (walls and trayed ceilings). In spring the furnace appears to have caught fire or had an internal explosion that resulted in major smoke damage to the contents. It is/was a mbr 2 diesel fuel oil furnace and the soot film is EVERYWHERE. It is a silky like soot which is very difficult to remove and clean. What is best method to clean from walls, floors, ceilings, logs (one room is natural log finish) and contents and furni


I would recommend calling a local Serv-Pro contractor.

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