There are several tried and true ways for removing smoke odor in the home or your car.
One of those methods includes an air purifier. Other methods include using home remedies and over-the-counter solutions to help get rid of smoke odors left by cigarettes, cigars, cooking, wood fireplaces and more.
Browse through the links below to become better educated on air purification devices and other methods that are designed to eliminate smoke. There’s also information on topics related to the health effects of smoking tobacco that you may be interested in, too.
Not ready to invest in an air purifier yet? Want to try natural home remedies before making a purchase? No problem. Try these easy tips that use natural methods to get rid of smoke smells in your home. You’ll be amazed at how well they work.
Are you smoker who wants a fresh smelling car? Or, did you inherit a car that used to be owned by someone who smokes and want it to smell clean again? Try these methods for extracting the tobacco smoke particles that have buried themselves into the upholstery.
An air purifier is the #1 way for getting rid of smoke and its strong odor from inside your house. In this article, we’ll share with you what the best air purifier is that you can buy and what technology it must have in order to be most effective inside your home.
Not ready to invest in a cigar odor eliminator yet? No problem. Take a look at these inexpensive ways to extract cigar smoke smells from your furniture and walls.
Do you want to smoke cigarettes inside but not have your home smell like an ashtray? If so, then these tips will help you keep your home smelling fresh and clean while continuing to smoke indoors. See for yourself how easy it is to have the best of both worlds!
You’ve probably heard the of word “secondhand smoke” before, but do you really know what it means? Or, how breathing in smoke secondhand actually affects your health? Find out everything you need to know here.
Have you ever heard of “thirdhand smoke?” It’s a relatively new term but has been the subject of a lot of research on how it affects our health. Find out exactly what it is and what types of risks you are exposed to if you’re around thirdhand smoke.