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Hey guys wanted to update y’all and thank you for the responses. I found someone who deals with smells. He used to deal with decomposed situations for police and things of that nature. He used a chemical called CL02. Put about 75 grams in the truck. Shut all windows and doors and blocked the sun out. Small fans on dash to get the air moving and clipped the seat belts so they would stay extended. Left for about 8-9 hours. Aired out for a bit then was done. Smelled like a pool for about 3-5 days which is normal. Then leaves with a quite neutral smell. Very happy with it afterwards and only cost 125 bucks for the service. No damage to any interior pieces. Also he sprayed the stuff on the carpet too. The price of this truck was too good to pass up. Paid wholesale price basically and walking intot eh Truck have about 5k of equity so I couldn’t say no. Thanks again for all your input


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why buy the vehicle if you sensed it smells of cigarette in the first place? i would have just moved on..
i'm assuming the price was substantially lower than a non-smoked in truck?
Probably depends upon the market. Around here, not many people smoke anymore and I'm pretty sure the smell of smoke would be a deterrent to would-be buyers and yeah, likely affect the market price. But some parts of the country, smoking has anything but gone out of style...
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