Soap for Removing the Smell of Smoke

What type of bath soap can firemen use, to rid the smell of fire smoke?


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By wright6421 (Guest Post)
June 14, 20040 found this helpful

Putting a cup or bowl of vinegar in a room draws smoke oder out then why not use it in the bath or shower. It for sure will not hurt a person seeing as we eat it in salads etc,
I would think put liberally on washrag (or rag) with
the soap and lather generously and rince.
Another thing would be baking soda.

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By Tawnda (Guest Post)
June 15, 20040 found this helpful

My grandpa used to work on oil rigs and would come home smelling like grease and propane and everything else. He used Lava brand soap and that seemed to work, although I know fire smoke sticks around, but it is worth a try. Also Arm and Hammer baking soda just came out with a soap and that may work, I have not tried their new soap yet though.


Also, when we go camping and we come home with camp fire smell, we use Dawn dish detergent and that kills it pretty good.

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