The smell of smoke can stick to fabric even after cleaning. These 4 easy ways to remove smoke smell from fabric, clothing and furniture will help to get rid of smoke smells from your items for good!
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There isn't much worse than the smell of smoke clinging to your clothes, furniture or curtains. Whether the smell smoke smell originated from cigarettes, cigars, a house fire or from hanging around a fire pit, the smell can sometimes stick to fabric even after washing. No worries, though! These 4 methods will help banish the smell of smoke from fabric and restore your items with ease.
How to Remove Smoke Smell From Fabric Video
Check out this quick video I put together showing just how easy these methods for removing smoke from clothing, fabric and furniture are below!
How to Remove Smoke Smell from Furniture
This method is the easiest to use on fabric furniture since they can't really be washed in a sink or washing machine.
Homemade Fabric Refresher Spray
- 2 cups of witch hazel ( Purchase HERE )
- 20 drops of lemon essential oils ( Purchase HERE )
- glass spray bottle ( Purchase HERE )
Add witch hazel and lemon essential oils to a glass spray bottle and shake well before each use.
Spray liberally on fabric and allow to air dry. The lemon will help to absorb the smoke odor instead of just masking the scent.
How to Remove Smoke Smell From Curtains
This method works great for curtains, area rugs and blankets.
What you will need:
Baking Soda ( Purchase HERE )
Large Plastic Bag ( Purchase HERE )
Start by placing your item in the plastic bag.
Next, add 1 cup of baking soda. Seal the bag, then shake to distribute the baking soda. Let sit overnight, then wash according to your item's care instructions.
For large rugs, you can try to sprinkle baking soda on the rug and leave overnight, then vacuum the next day.
How to Remove Smoke Smell From Clothing
Method 1 - Baking Soda ( Purchase HERE )
Add 1 cup of baking soda to a sink full of warm water.
Stir until the baking soda dissolves.
Add your clothing items to the mixture and let soak for 1-2 hours.
Wash according to the care label.
Method 2 - Vinegar ( Purchase HERE )
Add 1 cup of vinegar to a sink full of warm water.
Stir the mixture together well.
Place clothing items in the mixture and allow to soak for 1-2 hours.
Wash according to your clothing's care instructions.
These 4 easy ways will help to remove smoke smell from most fabrics. They also work really well on fabrics that have a mildew smell.
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