The smoke smell of cigarette may be one of the most persistent odors in the house, smoke entering not only into carpets, curtains or drapes but also on the walls and even the furniture if there is intensive smoking. However, you need to learn how to get rid of smoke smell so you could have a fresh atmosphere in your house.
On the market, there are many products designed to remove or fade the smell of smoke, but we can do and what we find handy in the house. Here are several ways to remove the smell of cigarette:
Vinegar – is very effective when it comes to removing cigarette odor, can be used in several ways. How cigarette smoke still lingers in the room, a solution of vinegar (preferably apple vinegar) and a little water can be put in a spray bottle and spray the room. Vinegar advantage to certain commercial products is that it can be used if you live in that house people suffering from allergies or asthma.
Vinegar can be used long term – pour into bowls and is kept in rooms where smoking frequently, helping prevent odor impregnated the walls or textiles. Also, vinegar diluted in water can be used to clean carpets when trying to get rid of the smell of smoke.
Citrus – lemon and orange peels can be used when trying to quickly get rid of the smell of smoke, but if we got to stop the smell to settle permanently in the room. To quickly get rid of the smell of smoke in the room, we can use the lighter to “Parle” lemon or orange peel. The oils will be removed from the shell will neutralize smells of cigarette smoke. Also, citrus peels can be put in bowls and left in rooms where smoking was conducted to prevent the installation of a permanent smell of smoke.
Parsley and lovage – parsley and lovage are very helpful for rapid elimination of cigarette smell (unless the links on post fan) but these greens are useful when we want to avoid cigarette smell to settle permanently. It just has to be finely chopped greens and put into plates or bowls in the rooms in which smoking.
Baking soda – baking soda placed in envelopes placed in rooms where smoking would help absorb the smell of smoke. Also, sodium bicarbonate can be sprayed on carpets, left a quarter of an hour to take effect and then aspirated. If you have a powerful vacuum, with sodium bicarbonate will be dropped and the smell of smoke. Also, you can use charcoal to absorb the odor of smoke (even coal barbecue which can be found at gas stations). Coal is left in bowls, in corners of rooms.
To note that the above methods are paying off only as the rooms are airy daily. Also, textiles (curtains, carpets) in rooms where smoking should be washed often because the smell of cigarette will not install. Again, vinegar can be used with confidence, even when mobile clean. If the wall was used paint, water with a little vinegar will help remove cigarette smell. In addition, if the room has air conditioning filters, these should be changed often.
Finally, if you need to quickly get rid of the smell of cigarettes smoked in a room recently, you can call the method “turbo”. Take a wet towel and energetic spins around the room. Cigarette smoke, which consists of tiny solid particles suspended in the air, will join the towel wet, the smell is removed in minutes.
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