How to Get Smoke Smell out of Clothes?

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Smoke Smell can be so irritating especially when someone else smells it. This causes a discomfort and thus there is a need to get rid of the smell. This can be done in the following ways; if it's a cigarette one needs to smoke from an open space where the smoke can be aerated very fast. One can use odor sprays to remove the smell and can wash the clothe with strong detergent.
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1. Bring hygiene/scented products with you when you take a smoke. These can be things such as deodorant, aftershave, perfume, etc. Ad. 2. Spray a lot! However, make sure not to overdo
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I bought some clothes off eBay and they had the smell. just spray them with Oust. Works great.
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Smoking indoors usually leaves your clothes with the smoke odour. To get smoke smell out of your clothes, spray the clothes with febreze as it is designed just for fabric. You can also wash the clothes with baking soda to remove the smell.
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