How to Clear all the Smoke from your Room
A lot of people are smoking cigarettes these days. It has become the norm to smoke in
public places, and many people have no idea how harmful it is for their health. You may
think that you are safe if you don’t inhale deeply, but this isn’t true at all! This article will
provide some helpful tips on how to clear all the smoke from your room after a party or
other event where smokers were present.
There are a few steps that you can take to clear all the smoke from your room.
1: Let fresh air into the room
First, open all of the windows in your room and allow fresh air to come inside. If there is
an outside breeze, it will help strengthen this process even more, so if possible, leave the
doors or window open while doing other things such as cooking dinner or cleaning up
around the house. This way, when you return, any lingering smell has been completely
removed from your home.
2: Use incense sticks/ candles
Incense sticks/candles will absorb some of the odor within their scents – not only for
general smells but also for cigarette smoke specifically! Nevertheless, be sure that they do
not have a too heavy scent because then they could end up causing their smell to linger,
which may defeat the purpose of trying to clear out your room. Alternatively, you can use
an air purifier which works in much the same way as using candles or incense sticks. It
lasts a little more permanently, and it won’t be limited by the length of time that its
scented oils last!
3: Try sprays
Thirdly, there are sprays specifically made to remove smells from rooms/surroundings.
These sprays are great because they can remove all traces of odor and add a light scent, so
you get rid of foul odors. At the same time, they add pleasing aromas to your home. These
sprays work well with an open window or door to help spread their scent throughout your
4: Use baking soda
Moreover, you can’t go wrong with baking soda! It’s so versatil