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SEATS SMELL 05 Aug 2009 01:29 #32054

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The theater we are looking at has very good seats about 8 condition out of 1o................BUT THEY SMELL.... Theater closed for 2 years no ac.......Is there a way to get the odor out of the fabric? It cant be so/so needs to be out..
Fabric in great condition...Will be replacing all carpet that stinks.....
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Re:SEATS SMELL 05 Aug 2009 05:28 #32055

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We had mixed results steam cleaning it got rid of 90%
of the smell.
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Re:SEATS SMELL 05 Aug 2009 08:54 #32057

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I have a guy here in the midwest he comes and steams cleans seats and screens. Place smells great when he is done.
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Re:SEATS SMELL 05 Aug 2009 09:07 #32059

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How long does it last??
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Re:SEATS SMELL 05 Aug 2009 13:18 #32060

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The fresh sent lasts for several days. The steam cleaning should kill what is causing the oder. We have had him in about once a year. Not sure he goes to the east coast but I know he does alot of chains around the midwest.

We use Star Max.
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Re:SEATS SMELL 05 Aug 2009 22:11 #32062

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When I had my theatre fire a few years ago, I sprayed Fabreeze directly on the burned wood and in the room most affected. It killed the odor completely. I'd give it a try on those seats.
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Re:SEATS SMELL 05 Aug 2009 23:48 #32064

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I too was going to recommend Febreze Burney. But I thought my buddies at BSB would think I was nuts for recommending a "household" deodorizer for a theatre. But it does work well and it's pretty reasonable.
Bob Allen
The Old Showman
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Re:SEATS SMELL 06 Aug 2009 00:44 #32065

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maybe i febreez and steam....
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Re:SEATS SMELL 13 Aug 2009 14:41 #32121

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bring in professional cleaners.
Michael Hurley
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