For your home, fresh air is best if possible. Open the windows and turn on fans to circulate the air. In confined spaces, try leaving an open bag or bucket of charcoal in the room. Sprinkle baking soda on carpets and upholstery, let it sit for a couple of hours, then vacuum (using a clean bag. Leave orange or lemon peelings out for a few days around the house or in your car. Clean your light bulbs. They attract smoke then release the odor when they heat up. Wipe down floors, surfaces and walls with any good cleaning solution.
Commercial air fresheners only mask odors with an artificial scent and don’t provide a long-term solution. Instead, try to prevent and neutralize odors. One of the most effective ways to deal with the smell of smoke is to air out the room for a short time every day.
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