How to Get Rid of Smoke Smell

Smoke SmellLingering smoke smell is one of the most invasive odors and can be extremely difficult to remove. The thing about smoke smell is infiltrates every corner of every space it comes into contact with.

You might notice smoke smell on the pages of book, on the lining of your curtains and even on your freshly cleaned carpets. There are plenty of remedies hanging around your home.

Home Smoke Smell Remedies

  • Place items in a ziplock bag with potpourri or dryer sheets. Leave sealed for 1-2 weeks.
  • Set out bowls of white vinegar (keep out of reach of children and pets)
  • Wash items down with baking soda (not recommended for books – obviously).

The problem with stubborn smoke smell odors and these home remedies is that it will take time, lots and lots of time. Oh and don’t forget the energy.

The Easier Solution

OdorZout All-Surface Granules can solve your problem overnight.

Just sprinkle lightly (seriously, very lightly) on the flooring of the room with the lingering smoke sell. Make sure there is good air flow by turning on a fan or opening the windows. Leave overnight and then vacuum up. Simply by sprinkling lightly on the floor throughout the affected room, OdorZout All-Surface Granules will pull the odor from everything in the room including the walls and ceiling.

Be advised, depending on how bad the smoke smell is, it may take multiple overnight applications to completely rid of the smoke smell from the space. One bottle of 850 grams (32 ounces) will provide one application for approximately 1000 sq. ft.

For items that can be laundered, add 1-2 teaspoons of OdorZout Laundry Additive Powder to your washing machine along with your regular detergent.

It not only works in the home but in your car as well. Stop your friends from having to plug their nose and get rid of that lingering smoke smell once and for all.

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