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Steam cleaning, removing the smoke from the duct system, deodorizing the intake screen and cleaning the heater removes smoke smell from the heater. Utilizing an ozone shock treatment removes any leftover smoke odor. A va... More »

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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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Home remedies for removing tobacco smoke smells include airing out the space, cleaning the walls and deodorizing the carpets. Choose a day when the weather is agreeable, open the windows and doors, and leave them open as... More »

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Good air purifiers for eliminating smoke smell include the Air Oasis Light Commercial 3000 Xtreme and the Airpura T-600 Smoke Eliminator Air Purifier. There are various types of air purifiers. The type of purifier needed... More »

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Most of the smell of smoke leaves clothing after four to five washings in liquid laundry detergent. Mild smoke odor can also be removed by storing the item with a dryer sheet. 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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