If you've got a few extra dollars to put towards this,a textile cleaning firm should be able to remove offending odors from the fabric. The tools and the chemical emulsions at their disposal can make the mattress virtually 'brand new'. If the company you hire is worth their salt,the cleaning process should,at least,remove the bulk of the smell. Method's I've heard of:
1. Citrus fabric deodorizers with grapefruit seed extract.
2. Vinegar mixes and bowls of vinegar in the room
3. Baking soda over night then vacuum it up
4. Setting it out in the sun for a couple days
5. Covering it in plastic with baking soda all over it for a week or so.
6. Taking it to a fire reclaimation business for an Ozonation treatment.
7. Taking up smoking so you don't care about the smell anymore:)
8. Sometimes it's so bad and permeated that the only thing left to do is live with it or throw it out.
Cigarette smoke "stays with you"; if you smoke or hang around someone who does, the smell of the smoke will stay on your clothes & in your hair.
The tar and other chemicals from the smoke will remain on the person smoking causing them to smell of the cigarette
Have a breathmint.
Less Smoke Smell. LLS cigarette papers have vanilla in them to improve the smoke smell.
Yes, all of the air purifiers listed will remove cigarette smoke and cigarette odor as well.
no it dont, it may turn it yellow but you will not have the smell of smoke
Spray it with a fabric spray or shampoo it.
They smell like smoke.
Don't smoke in one
The smell of cigarette smoke will always overpower the smell of marijuana smoke. Or you could just chew gum or eat breath mints.
It will not work to smoke while in shower as the water will turn off the cigarette or cigar.
The smell of cigarette smoke can linger in the air for a long time. The smell can get into the carpet and the walls, and become a permanent scent in a home.
Seals smell really, really bad. Like a combination of cigarette smoke, feces.
People smell like smoke because the smoke contains chemicals and cigarette residuals that cling to hair, skin, & clothing.
The smell of cigarette smoke is really annoying. For simple cases letting it out in the sun and using a deodorizer can really help but for better results, dry cleaning may really bring the best results.
One can get rid of cigarette smoke smell with White Vinegar which destroys it on a molecular level unlike other products which just cover the smoke up.
because there are chemical substance like tobacco , nicotine ,etc
Again, of course not. This will probably be disputed by the ones who have demonized cigarette smoking beyond what are the legitimate risks.
Yes, But it would take alot of smell to do so. About and smoke can be smelled it place that you smoke.
no!! 2nd hand smoke is the smoke you exhale or residual smoke from you cigarette/joint and is only bad when inhaled. smoking anything will leave residue on your clothes that may smell but this is not smoke it is just a smell and can cause no damage to anyone else. it might smell strong and make it obvious you have been getting stoned but that it all it can do
Easy, stop smoking! Otherwise use Febreeze or get a new car.