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Smoke Odor Exterminator Candle Orange Lemon



Burn Time: 70 Hours! 13 oz. net weight is Also known as “Smoker Candles.” Strong cigarette, cigar, and pipe tobacco scents are easily removed with these. However, Smoke Odor Exterminator Candle Orange Lemon is effective against any odor, so it is perfect for your kitchen or even pet scents. Wick wire cores are made of ZINC, which is both safe for humans and the environment.

In relation to this item

  • Burn Time: 70 Hours
  • Formulated with Enzymes
  • Very efficient in removing other scents from an area.
  • Effective against smells from cigars, cigarettes, and pets
  • Wick wire cores made of zinc are environmentally friendly.

Unique combination:

A unique combination of sweet oranges and tart lemons. A citrus aroma blend that is sweetened, fresh, and unique. Year-round, Orange Lemon Splash is available. Smoke Odor Exterminator Candles from Southland Trade can eliminate a wide range of scents, including cigarette, cigar, and pipe tobacco odors, as well as cooking odors, residual rubbish, and even pet odors. Light a 70-hour-long-lasting orange lemon splash fragranced candle to brighten up your living space! The wax is a paraffin and soy combination, and each candle weighs 13 ounces. Zinc-based wick wire cores are both safe for people and the environment.

Get Rid of Cigarette Smell 

With each cigarette smoked, thirdhand smoke builds. It may linger in houses for months or even years after the final cigarette is extinguished. Thirdhand smoke contains hazardous particles and fumes that may infiltrate both hard and soft surfaces, making it difficult to eliminate. Nicotine contaminates even the air we breathe.

Cigarette odor elimination methods:

  • To get rid of cigarette smoke odor, remove the tobacco smoke residue from every surface and corner of your home:
  • To begin, open all windows and doors as much as possible to allow as much fresh air in as possible.
  • Air filters, furnace filters, and air conditioner filters should all be cleaned or replaced.
  • Clean your walls and ceilings using solutions that include ammonia and glycol, two odor-neutralizing components. Allow the walls to dry before checking to see whether the odor is still present.
  • If the cigarette stink persists after cleaning, use latex paint to repaint the walls and ceilings. Before painting, use an odor-controlling sealer.
  • Floors, windows, carpets, furniture, upholstery, draperies, blinds, and other household surfaces, fixtures, and things should all be cleaned. If the cigarette smoke is too tough to eliminate, hire a professional cleaning business.

Get rid of smoke:

  • It is generally difficult to remove cigarette residue since it is prevalent throughout the afflicted region. 
  • There is no secret method for removing residues and odors. 
  • Air fresheners merely mask the stench for a short time and might be harmful to your health. Furthermore, just painting over a tobacco odor with a fresh coat of paint without first cleaning the area would not properly remove the odor.
  •  The smoke residue will begin leaking through the paint and spreading disagreeable scents throughout the space within weeks or months, exactly as it did previously.
  • Cleaning and sealing all structural surfaces is the only efficient approach to removing tobacco residue and odor. 
  • Tobacco smoke removal begins with a thorough washing of all surfaces.
  •  Deodorizing products are always used in the cleanup to assist eradicate the tiniest particles of tobacco smoke.
  • After the specialists have cleaned the visible surfaces, it is frequently essential to use specialized equipment to eliminate the rest of the scents that are not apparent (such as inside walls or joints). 
  • This generally entails the use of hydroxyl or ozone generators, which are professional devices that successfully eliminate odorous particles that have infiltrated hard-to-reach locations.

Cling tenaciously to personal belongings:

Cigarette smoke may cling tenaciously to personal belongings as well as the walls, floors, and ceilings of a home that had belonged to a heavy smoker. When a cigarette smolders, it emits smoke molecules encased in small pieces of oil and tar, which cling to surfaces with tenacity. After the burned food has been thrown, the smokey residue of a cooking mishap might linger.

Although a commercial air freshener can effectively combat moderate cases of stale smoke, these sprays just hide the stench rather than absorbing or neutralizing it.

Allow it to breathe.

Don’t underestimate the value of some plain old fresh air! If the inside of your house smells smoky, open all the windows and set a portable fan or two in front of the larger ones, with the blades blowing outward, to remove the smoky air. If feasible, keep this up for the entire day. Set smoke-damaged furniture, books, and clothes in the sun for several hours to help neutralize smells. However, because direct sunshine can harm or fade delicate or coloured textiles, air that smoke-streaked antique shawl or embroidered cushion in a dark location if it’s really sunny and hot outside.

Note to the users:

 While the chemical compounds in these items are typically harmless for you and your pets, they are dangerous to birds, so don’t use them if you have any Cigarette smoke that contains nicotine, which leaves a yellow deposit on walls and windows. This residue can build up over time if not maintained in check, making it difficult to remove. The health concern posed by nicotine accumulation on walls, which is commonly referred to as “thirdhand smoke” by medical specialists, is far more essential than ugly yellow stains.

In the last situation:

Call the experts if you want to get rid of the cigarette smoke stench.

Hire a professional restoration company like PuroClean to properly and quickly eliminate tobacco smoke scents from your home. We offer thorough smoke cleansing and sanitation, as well as expert deodorization and duct cleaning.

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