How do you get rid of cigarette smoke smell inside your home?
really hard one. I used to use a lot of room freshener. But then, one day came when constant use that room freshener made me sick and even the cigarette smell felt like heaven.
The best answer to that is quit smoking. If you cannot quit smoking, then smoke outside the house. If the house is already smelling, try air purifiers...
Take a small piece of camphor and light it with a matchstick or a lighter.As it burns, it will emit smoke that cleans the surrounding of all kind of odors, including cigarette smoke smell.
In my house no smoking. But the experience of some of my friends to remove the smell of cigarette smoke is by opening windows and letting fresh air into the house. After that just use the air freshener...good luck!
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