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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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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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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To remove the mildew odor from a basement apartment, stop any water leaks, reduce the humidity in the air and clean any mildew from surfaces in the apartment. Place a box of baking soda in each room to absorb any remaini... More »

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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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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Remove smoke odor from the air by cleaning carpeting, furniture and walls with natural ingredients such as vinegar, baking soda and citrus oil. Continuously run an oil diffuser filled with water and 15 drops of citrus oi... More »

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