How to Get Smoke Smell Out of Fabric

As a material, fabric is often around smoke often in the form of clothing, furniture and household items.  Unlike other materials, smoke can easy penetrate fabric and linger within the thread fibers.

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Fortunately, there exist several solutions for removing cigarette and cigar smoke odors from this material.  By following the below tips, you can be sure that you will be able to eliminate your smoke-based fabric stench.

 
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Smell Removal Solutions

1 Sun and Fresh Air

By placing your fabric item outside in the sun the natural elements can do wonders in neutralizing smoke related odors.  The wide open space and UV rays with in this setting have the effect of wiping out the odor and sweeping it away.

 

2 White Vinegar

Mix a solution of white vinegar and water in equal parts.  Pour contents within a spray bottle, and mist down the fabric item experiencing a smoky odor. Place fabric item outside in direct sunlight until the moisture evaporate off and the fabric is freshened.

 

3 Baking Soda

Sprinkle heavy amounts of baking soda on fabric item within household.  Let baking soda sit on item for 24-48 hour until the powder fully absorbs the remaining unwanted odor.  Once time passes, vacuum baking soda and begin using fabric item again.

 

4 Vodka

This party substance can work wonders at removing smoke related odors.  Pour vodka into spray bottle and spray down fabric. The alcohol compound cuts through stench and will carry the odor off as it evaporates.

 

5 Lemon Juice

The citric acid within lemons work to break down smokey residues and carry them off.  Create a mixture of three tea spoon of lemon juice and one cup of water, and pour within spray bottle. Heavily spray fabric until it is moistened, and place item in the sun to air dry.  As the lemon juice compound evaporates much of the smokey odor will be swept off.

 

6 Febreze

This product is a wonderful quick solution for neutralizing smoke related odors within fabric.  Simply spray down fabric and let air dry.


 

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