How Do You Remove Cigarette Smoke Smell from a House?

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Cigarette smoke residue is a yellowish-brown, gluey substance that sticks to every surface in a home, making it difficult and time-consuming to remove. In order to completely eliminate cigarette smoke odor, you must thoroughly clean the tobacco smoke residue from every surface and every nook and cranny in the home.

First, allow fresh air to enter your home and then start systematically cleaning everything in the home. As a temporary solution, try using baking soda to absorb smells from the carpets and upholstery and place bowls of white vinegar, coffee or activated charcoal around the house.

However, the best way to get rid of tobacco odor is to clean your home:

If you want inexpensive short-term solutions, try these tips:

Completely removing cigarette smoke odor from a home is a very time consuming process. If the situation is severe, call a professional smoke remediation specialist, such as PuroClean, to remove the odor.

Last edited on 2nd of July 2018

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