Cigarette smoke is very pervasive, it can cling to your clothing if you either smoke yourself, work or live with a smoker. This is a guide about removing cigarette smell on clothes.
Here are questions related to Removing Cigarette Smell on Clothes.
My parents are smokers and every 3 weeks I go to my boyfriend's house and I reek with smoke and he has asthma. We live in an apartment and they don't open the windows or anything. How would I take the scent off of me to where it doesn't trigger his or his mom's asthma?
By Summer from Talalah, OK
My mom smokes cigarettes and she a heavy smoker, and when I go out in public my clothes smells horrible. I'm fifteen years old. Can anybody tell what I should do?
I need to clean a white dress that has been hanging in my closet and has smoke damage from the fireplace. Any suggestions?
By Josephine from Winterville, GA
By Cyinda 12/05/2009
We had a house fire and the insurance company sent in the pros in to help us with smoke damage. The first thing they did was hook up a huge ozone machine to remove the smoke smell from the carpeting and furniture. But when it came to clothing and other machine washables, they told us to pour one can of regular Coca-Cola (with sugar, not diet) into the wash with each load and it worked! All of the nasty smoke smell came out of our clothes. This also works with camping clothes and even with clothes from cigarette smokers.
If you can't wash your item in the machine, try Vanilla Febreze. It has a light scent that's not overwhelming. Be sure to spray the front and back then turn the garment inside out & do the front & back again, then hang dry.
If you can get your hands on a good ozone based home air cleaner then that's the ticket! Run the ozone based air cleaner in a small room (like a bath room) with your dress hanging from the shower bar.
Try using white vinegar in the laundry. This will take out any residue of smoke in the clothes.
How do you eliminate cigarette smells from clothes as quickly as possible?
By Kelly 03/09/2006
Wash your clothes with Scope (one capful) and it will get heavy smoke out (we went through a fire and had to wash everything) If it needs to be done right away, any fabric refresher would do (clorox makes a great one, just as safe on fabrics as febreez
By (Guest Post)06/18/2005
Add a cup of ammonia to the water when laundering clothes - this really eliminates the stale smoke smell.
By debbie (Guest Post)06/07/2005
You can also put them in the electric clothes dryer if you have access to one with a fabric softener sheet on the no-heat setting (mine says "air fluff").
White clothes, rinse with white vinegar. It also helps whiten and gets rid of excess soap.
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