If you have had cigarette smoke in your house, it’s important to know that smoke impregnates everything. It gets into fabrics, ventilation systems, plastics, wood, metal, and furniture. We recommend cleaning the entire house as a first step to eliminate the nicotine particles found all over the walls, ceilings, floors, cabinets, etc.
How to Neutralize Smoke Odors in the House?
Follow the steps described below.
Dilute 30-60 ml of D-125 in a bucket of warm water.
Wash the walls, ceilings, floors, cupboards, wooden furniture and electronic appliances with this cleaning solution. This will dislodge the nicotine particles. D-125 is an all-purpose cleaner that contains an odor neutralizer for cigarette, cigar and fire smoke.
Spray SMOKERASER onto any affected areas, such as the sofa, carpet, pillows, mattresses or curtains. Do not dilute. Leave it on fabrics.
If a smoke odor persists in ambient air, spray SMOKERASER onto a clean cloth and hang the cloth in front of a fan.
Run the fan for 1 hour in each room that smells of cigarette smoke.
Repeat the SMOKERASER treatment as needed in the following days.