To remove the smell of smoke from walls, ventilate the rooms, clean the entire house from top to bottom, wash all walls and ceilings with a cleaning product, and allow them to dry. Repeat the process until the cigarette ... More »

Good Housekeeping recommends washing walls with a nonabrasive all-purpose cleaner to remove cigarette odor. Get Rid of Things advocates the use of baking soda to combat smoke odor that has seeped into the interior surfac... More »

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As a natural solution to clean cigarette smoke off walls, use a spray bottle of warm white vinegar to remove stains and odors. The vinegar's warmth breaks through the layer of tar that causes the stains. Diluting ammonia... More »

To remove smoke smell from a house, clean the air and clean all of the walls and ceilings. Thoroughly clean all carpeting, floors, doors and windows, as well as any window coverings or blinds. More »

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As a natural solution to clean cigarette smoke off walls, use a spray bottle of warm white vinegar to remove stains and odors. The vinegar's warmth breaks through the layer of tar that causes the stains. Diluting ammonia... More »

To eliminate cigarette odor, open the windows to let in fresh air, clean the ceilings and walls and clean the carpets, floors and doors. The next step is to clean the drapes and blinds, and then all windows and mirrors. ... More »

Use trisodium phosphate, a very powerful cleaning chemical, to clean mild to moderate smoke damage. Dissolve one tablespoon of trisodium phosphate in one gallon of water, and scrub any soot covered walls with the solutio... More »

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