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Old 21-03-2007, 22:37   #16
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Oh I see it is only the smell. Probably just a good airing is all that is needed then. Not sure if Fabreeze would do it, but try it.
Mate you must have pretty potent Diesel.
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As previously indicated, fire statistics reveal that the products of thermal decomposition (smoke and toxic gases*) are responsible for the majority of fire deaths.

* carbon monoxide, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen cyanide, sulphur dioxide and oxides of nitrogen

Urethane foams are flammable, and should be protected by a covering that will prevent excessive temperature rise. Inherently Fire-Retardant Fabric coverings, and Fire-Retardant Sprays, can mitigate the dangers posed by synthetic foam upholstery*.

*Unprotected polyurethane foam produces smoke within 40 seconds of exposure to flame.
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