To remove the smell of smoke from inside a home, open the windows to air it out. Smoke odor sticks to walls, floors and window treatments, clean all surfaces thoroughly. More »

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To remove the smell of smoke inside a home, wipe down all surfaces, clean the window treatments and have the floors cleaned. Dispose of any linens or rugs that still have the smoke odor after washing them. More »

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Getting rid of smoke odor in a home requires exchanging the stale air for fresh, systematically cleaning all hard surfaces and cleaning any fibers. When renting, read the lease and speak with the landlord before you star... More »

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Remove the smell of smoke from your house by running an air purifier for several days, washing the walls and vacuuming and deodorizing the carpet. Avoid breathing in the fumes by staying somewhere else for a couple of da... More »

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To get the smell of smoke out of a house, clean the entire house from top to bottom, including the air in the home. This task requires patience and hard work. More »

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A damp smell is often an indicator of mold or mildew growing in a home. Prevent the smell by eliminating any leaks and ventilating the area. Odor absorbers often help to eliminate trace smells. More »

Fresh air, baking soda, white vinegar and steam cleaning are natural ways to reduce or remove the smell of smoke from a home or clothing. Removing a smoke odor that has built up over months or years may require several c... More »

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