by Karen Bates
(last updated September 3, 2018)
There are many things that can make your home seem especially dirty, but aren't necessarily easy to clean. Smoke is one substance that can cling to fibers, fabrics, and other surfaces in your home, leaving unsightly stains and bad smells all over your home's interior. Whether it is from cigarette smoke, a house fire, or the residue of an unfortunate cooking incident, removing the effects of smoke on your home can be a long and tedious task.
Even just a small amount of smoke can have an impact on your interior. The smell of smoke can stick to drapes, furniture, carpets, clothing, and other materials around the house. Smoke can also leave behind ugly stains that are not easy to get off various surfaces. In some cases, cleaning with typical household cleaners just isn't enough to get rid of a smoky smell or residue, and products that are formulated to cover up smells are only doing just that—covering up the scent, but not actually removing it.
To really get surfaces affected by smoke clean again, you will need to employ certain methods of cleaning. To remove smoky messes, the following ideas can be helpful:
Using the right methods, you should be able to remove most of the appearance and smell of smoke that may linger in your home. In some cases, professional cleaning may be necessary to completely remove stains and smells.
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