== == AS smoke rises, the stains are probably not smoke . Try using a strong mix of hot water and bleach and scrub with a hard brush or a electric floor polisher with brushes.
Yes, especially if you smoke regularly, you will have nicotine stains on your teeth and your breath will smell.
As you smoke through a bowl, The build up of resin and the smoke itself stains the glass and changes the color of the glass.
You smoke it in the basement with your friends, Dude! Happy smoking!!
Smoke stains are difficult because they affect the entire garment. Since the clothes are white, you can probably soak them in bleach for 10 minutes. Read the tag of the clothes to check that the fabric can withstand bleach.
If hot water and soap do not work, coffee, tea, alcoholic beverages, and soft drink stains can be removed by applying a bandage saturated with 1 part glycerol (glycerin) diluted with 4 parts water. Two parts of isopropyl alcohol may be added to this mixture to hasten the removal action. The bleaches described for removal of smoke stains are also effective in removing stubborn coffee and other stains. A poultice of talc and trichloroethylene can be used on tough stains.
a Scrubber is used to remove smoke from burning coal
Aeroclenz 1 is a product for use in your clothes dryer that is forumlated to remove smoke and soot odors. You can also try presoaking your clothes and then laundering them in the hottest water, repeated times. A dry cleaner can use ozone treatment to remove smoke odor from clothes. One woman swore by oven cleaner sprayed on soot stains.
There is no way to permanently remove the smoke odor from books after a fire. This is a permanent smell.
Check with a furniture restoration specialist. or you can vernish it again
Smoke a Cigarette.
Coal tars from the other ingredients in the smoke -- the stuff that kills you, actually.
Binz - Shellac Primer $50/gallon.
If I were you , the best place to smoke it without getting caught is inside a home. Generally in a basement. NEVER smoke it outside.. LOL if you do, chances are likely that you'll get caught.
in hallway approaching bedrooms. basement near celler stairs. up stairs and downstairs.
You don't smoke in the car or if you do go to the nearest dealer ship and ask them.
Yes, all of the air purifiers listed will remove cigarette smoke and cigarette odor as well.
Vinegar and water.
With an ozone generator
not to smoke it.
Remove the batteries from the back of the detector.
A mild lye solution could be used to remove cigarette stains from tobacco tar on certain surfaces. If odor is a concern, a spray like Febreze might help. Really, such measures should be avoided, since moisture could contribute to the wear and alter the sound of the instrument. Prevention would be a better measure here.