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post #1 of Old 01-15-2019, 12:40 AM Thread Starter
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Burned beeswax

Unfortunately I left a pot of burning beeswax on the stove unattended for 10 to 15 minutes. The entire kitchen and living room filled with a thick Haze of beeswax particles/smoke.

After airing the rooms out, I set out three plates a baking soda. After 20 minutes I put the baking soda away and the rooms smelled and tasted thick with baking soda.

Since then, to my nose, it smells like vinyl in the rooms. Like a plastic vinyl smell of new beach balls.
In the preceding days I have sprayed the walls with mr. Clean and wiped down after that.

Any additional suggestions to handle the smell and/or the removal of the potential wax accumulation would be appreciated.
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