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The smell associated with cigarette smoke is actually a chemical. This chemical bonds to the walls and fixtures, and is constantly recirculated throughout the building through the ventilation system. Covering up a tobacco smell with paint will only temporarily remove the smell. Over time, even within weeks and months, the chemical will begin leaking through. Masking this chemical with air fresheners is also a temporary solution. The only way to ensure the smell does not return is to eliminate the chemical itself. Ozone is a safe and cost effective way to accomplish this. (Note: Once a smell has been painted over, ozone cleaning will not be effective since ozone can only deal with smells on surfaces; it cannot penetrate paint layers)