The smell of cigarettes is very difficult to remove from the house after being drawn into the curtains, clothes, walls, carpets, and furniture. Here are some natural ways to get rid of it.
To begin, complete the cleaning of each part, do the following:
1. Open the windows wide.
2. Get an air purifier that should be on for a few days.
3. Fill a spray bottle with essential oil (lemon or lavender) and spray the furniture, the inside of the cupboards and carpets.
In addition, certain parts of your home are considered to be the biggest collectors of cigarette odor. Learn how to clean each of them in the most efficient way.
Sprinkle a large amount of baking soda on the carpet. Leave on for about twenty minutes, then turn on the vacuum cleaner. Soda will remove unpleasant odors from the deepest parts of the carpet. If cigarettes have been consumed in your home for years, you will probably need to repeat this several times.
In addition to the long-lasting smell, the smoke will leave a yellowish tinge on the walls. To get rid of both, moisten a cloth with a universal cleaner and wipe all the walls. Of course, before that, do a test on a small part of the wall to make sure that the cleaning will not damage their color. Then, mix equal parts of alcoholic vinegar and water, apply on a cloth and pass all the walls once more. If it still smells like cigarettes, consider painting the walls
You’ve probably noticed that the smell of cigarettes is the hardest and slowest to remove from upholstered furniture. You can wipe it with alcohol vinegar diluted in water or sprinkle it with baking soda, wait 24 hours, and vacuum thoroughly.
However, the best advice would be to seek the help of professional cleaners who will do the job in the best possible way.