Act Quickly When Smoke Gets in Your Eyes and House (Houselogic.com)
Houselogic.com — Smoke damage can wreak havoc in your home. Kitchen flare-ups, closed fireplace flues, and electrical fires can send smoke throughout your house, charring walls, covering everything, and stinking up the place. The longer you let smoke and odors linger, the more they soak into walls, carpets, and furniture. So get to work, but not without gloves, eye protection, a facemask, and a respirator to keep smoke particles off your skin and out of your lungs.