Removing Smoke Odor from Artificial Plants?

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Smoke from a house fire or cigarettes can leave an odor on your artificial plants. This is a page about removing smoke odor from artificial plants.
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March 9, 2010

I had a house fire three months ago and lost most of my belongings that meant the world to me. I have a artificial tree that I love. It reeks of smoke damage and I want to know how to get that smell out?

By shannon from Lacon, IL

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March 12, 20101 found this helpful
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Gently wiping each leaf with a soft cloth with a water and distilled vinegar solution should help greatly. I know washing each leaf that way sounds time consuming, but I wash all my silk plants that way every spring. The vinegar will greatly reduce, if not remove, the smoke smell.

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