Smoke Smell

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** Updated ** After all I've done which I had stated in the beginning of this thread - I ended up purchasing the Ozium gel as well as spray. I will admit, it made a HELL of a difference and the smell is pretty much gone. I also purchased one of those 'drift' car fresheners, and the truck seems to have all the smoke smell gone. Hope this helps someone out there. :D
 

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As someone who smoked for 13 years and has the nose of a bloodhound, I can tell you that you will never, ever completely get that smell out. I have items from college that have been smoke-free for 26 years, cleaned repeatedly and still stink. Hopefully, your sense of smell is far weaker than mine and you can get it to a point that's at least acceptable. Good luck.
 
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