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How to Get Rid of Weed Smell

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You just smoked and now everything smells like weed—don’t panic! This article includes a variety of tried-and-true methods you can use to get rid of weed smell so you don’t give yourself away. Plus you’ll find tips on preventing weed smell in the first place the next time you smoke and storing your weed so it doesn’t stink up your room. Now you can smoke in peace!

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To get rid of weed smell, first open up your windows to get some fresh air circulating. Turn on any ceiling fans and set up a box fan so it’s blowing air out of an open window if you have one. Light some scented candles or incense to help cover up the smell. You can also try spraying an air freshener throughout the room you smoked in, and wiping down hard surfaces with a strongly-scented cleaner. Don’t forget to brush your teeth or rinse with mouthwash so your breath doesn’t smell. To prevent weed smell the next time you smoke, stuff dryer sheets into an empty toilet paper roll and secure a dryer sheet over one end using a rubber band. Blow smoke through the open end of the roll to mask the smell. For tips on how to prevent the smell of weed from developing, read on!

You just smoked and now everything smells like weed—don't panic! This article includes a variety of tried-and-true methods you can use to get rid of weed smell so you don't give yourself away. Plus you'll find tips on preventing weed smell…

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Lingering odors can affect how much you enjoy your home. Whether your family caused the odor in your home or you inherited a smelly room from the previous owner, you can get rid of it using a few proven methods. Avoid making the mistake of spraying an air freshener to cover up a bad smell. While it can take time to eliminate lingering odors from smoke, cooking, pets or mildew, it is possible to deodorize your home and introduce pleasing scents.

Clean your home thoroughly using a strong cleaning solution and cleaning rags. Pay attention to places you don’t normally clean, such as inside cabinets, under sinks and along window sills. Wipe down the walls, baseboards, doors and counter tops with a 1 to 10 solution of bleach and water.

Air out each room by opening the windows. Choose a nice day with a breeze to help move air throughout your home. Airing out the rooms will help release odors in curtains, carpets and furniture. Keep the windows open for at least an hour, or longer for particularly heavy odors.

Pull odors out of the carpet and furniture by sprinkling baking soda onto fabric surfaces. Allow the baking soda to sit on the surfaces for several hours, even overnight if you can. The longer you leave the baking soda on, the greater the absorption. Vacuum the baking soda from the carpet and furniture, using a vacuum cleaner with a new bag.

Fill 2 to 4 shallow bowls with fresh coffee grounds, depending on the size of the room. Shut the windows and the door to the room, then leave the bowls overnight to let the coffee grounds absorb the odor. Throw the coffee grounds away the next day. Repeat one more night with fresh coffee grounds for particularly stubborn odors.

How to Get a Lingering Smell Out of Your House. Lingering odors can affect how much you enjoy your home. Whether your family caused the odor in your home or you inherited a smelly room from the previous owner, you can get rid of it using a few proven methods. Avoid making the mistake of spraying an air freshener to …