Getting rid of Cigarette smoke in your home or room can be a bit of a struggle and sometimes never mind how much you fight against it, it can still leave some residue. That’s how tough these smells are to deal with as the residual smoke is very hard to work with.
Steps to remove smoke smell
The one best is regulating fresh air into the house or room that has the stench. Open the doors and windows regularly and let the natural and fresh air that will help get rid of the already existing cigarette smell. Circulation of air is only half the process as the next step is to eliminate residual smoke smell.
The other easiest solution for smelly smoke at home is, vinegar, set them in small bowls all over the place as these suck in the bad odor from the air. Or keep the briquettes of charcoal in the room where the smell is maximum as this also absorbs bad smell from the air.
The doors and windows cannot be opened during winters, the solution for smelly smoke is using room fresheners or scented candles to subdue the smelly smoke. This also like the above solution is only half the steps as this only adds scents to the air that is circulating at home.
To remove the smell from carpet, sprinkle some baking soda on the carpet this too sucks in the cigarette smell that has settled in the carpets. Once this is done try and maintain the carpet by vacuuming regularly and keeping the house clean will eventually reduce the smell of smoke in the house.
Clean the surfaces of all your furniture using a disinfectant wipe that has an added scent to it. This also will help removing small amounts of residue from the surfaces of furniture.