How to Remove Smoke Smell from Clothes?

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Depending on the material the clothes are made of, it can sometimes be nearly impossible to get out imbedded smoke smells. One of the best solutions that seems to work fairly well is to wash the clothes in vinegar (wash as normal but add 1 quart vinegar per load instead of detergent), then wash with normal detergent, then air dry preferably in the sunshine.
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To remove smoke smell from clothes simply air them out. Hang the clothing on a hanger in an open area or near an open window. Buy the next day all the smoke odor should be gone. You can also spray your clothes with Febreze which helps remove odors.
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1. Fill a 5-gallon bucket halfway full with warm water. Fill the bucket to 5 inches from the top with white vinegar. 2. Place the clothing into the solution and press down so they
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Air it out. The best way to get smoke out is to air it out and use an odor neutralizer. If you have an air purifier, that will speed the process up.
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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
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Soap. Hang a bar of soap in your closet...put the bar in a knee-high stocking; tie the stocking to a hanger, and hang it. The soap will neutralize the smoke smell. Source: My sister-in-law
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