The teenager "warmed" the egg casserole just a little too long (totally blackened), yet not enough to set off the smoke alarms. I've sprayed air freshener, opened windows (just a little brisk), turned on ceiling fans, yet a day later most of the house still has a faint smell of "blackened egg casserole". I'm pretty desperate, since I have relatives arriving later this evening. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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