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  • LuLu

    How to Get Rid of Smoke Smell You can buy activated charcoal/carbon fairly inexpensively from pet shops, industrial supply stores, or wholesale commercial stores. Place a small amount of on moist saucers or ashtrays, and leave them inside a room overnight. If you don't have activated carbon, you can use ordinary charcoal (crushed to fine powder).

  • Annie Carpe-Diem

    How To Get Rid Of Cigarette Smell In A House: Wipe your walls with vinegar: mix one cup of vinegar for every two cups of water. Add a tablespoon of baking soda to the mixture, Soak a brush or a sponge into the mixture and wipe your ceilings and walls with it. The great thing about this homemade cleaning agent is that it cleans your walls without damaging the paint.

  • Kimberly Ruiz

    Hopefully this will help with my closet odor

  • Shavitra Hardaway-Davis

    How To Get Rid Of Cigarette Smell In A House - I am so damn tired of smelling that lingering smell of cigarette smoke in our new apartment

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