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Yes, Smoke Damage can Corrode Metals, Appliances, and Electronics, in your Commercial and Residential Property!
1) Corrosion of metal surfaces is usually associated purely with acid gases. But, Smoke is corrosive, even in the absence of acid gases. Burning materials release acid, alkaline and neutral smoke, even without thermal damage.
2) The acidic nature of soot contributes to the damage of metal, glass, plastics, and fabrics. Metal will corrode if soot remains on the surface. Door knobs, plumbing fixtures, and more can suffer the effects of soot damage. Soot etches into glass windows and mirrors. Soot residue discolors plastic, vinyl, Rubber, and fabric, and damages Porous substrates.
3) Electronics, Appliances, Computers and TV's have specialized components, metals, and materials, hidden inside the exterior shell. These components are difficult to see, and determine the extent of Soot and Corrosion damage.