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Q: What is the safest primer to use to get rid of tobacco smells in a home? We have been advised to use KILZ Original on the subflooring after ripping up our carpet and if that doesn't work to get rid of the smell, we were told to use KILZ on the walls. We have small children and don't want to expose them to something harmful.
—asked by Sarah Davis, Junction, IL
A: Eradicating smoke from cigarettes (or fires) in a building is one of the most challenging tasks on earth because it’s so ubiquitous and tenacious. Second or third-hand tobacco smoke leaves nasty nicotine residues in and on all porous and non-porous surfaces and spreads a noxious odor that affects one’s lungs for months or years unless properly abated.
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Invoking the Precautionary Principle with regard to Antimicrobials
Like many synthetic chemicals that promise something better, there is growing evidence that antimicrobial additives do not improve human health. They may also have a negative impact on our environment.