Special enzymes in Smoke Odor Exterminator candles Nag Champa fight and eliminate scents from the air, rather than merely masking them. Each 13-ounce candle burns for 50-75 hours. This is an ideal present for a smoker or cigar enthusiast.
Nag Champa Candles are a wonderful smoke odor exterminator for cigars, cigarettes, and pipes. When burning, an enzyme-formulated candle targets and eliminates smoke scents. Each candle weighs 13 ounces and burns for around 70 hours. Even non-smokers will enjoy these scented candles as presents! Take a look at all of our wonderful smells!
This item’s specifications
- Smoke and pet odors are no longer a problem with this product.
- Special enzymes remove odors from the air rather than masking them.
- Paraffin and Soy Blend – Made in the U.S.A.
1- Getting rid of smoke by using odors:
The scent of cigarette smoke lingers like nothing else. No matter how many candles you light or how much air freshener you spray, it lingers in the air and clings to the ceilings, walls, and floors. It may appear like getting rid of the smell of cigarettes from your home is an impossible undertaking, but with the appropriate procedures, you’ll be breathing clean air in no time. Here are a few pointers and some of the most effective methods for getting rid of cigarette smoke.
2- Stop-Gap Treatments
You might have tried fast fixes like burning candles or applying air fresheners before. While they are effective in masking the residual smell of cigarettes, they do not completely eliminate it. Without some considerable elbow grease, no matter how many candles you light, the smell of cigarettes will not go gone for good. This necessitates a lot of cleaning. The cigarette smoke doesn’t only linger in the air. It clings to everything. To completely eliminate cigarette smoke from your house, get out the cleaning supplies and begin scrubbing.
3- Air Purification
The first step is to introduce as much fresh air as possible into your house. Opening all of your windows and allowing nature to work in your favor is the first step. While this will not totally eliminate the odor, it is the greatest place to start. Using an air purifier is another fantastic approach to purify the air in your house. An air purifier works by sucking in contaminated air and trapping allergens and pollutants in its filter. Place the air purifier in your most-used areas, such as your bedroom or living room. To guarantee that the air is maintained clean at all times, the unit should be left on continually.
4- Ceiling and Walls Cleaning
Many individuals scrub the walls but ignore the ceiling when cleaning. This is a critical error to avoid since your ceilings are significantly more likely to hold smoke. To totally remove the odor of cigarette smoke from your house, thoroughly clean both the walls and ceiling. Make sure to utilize cleaning solutions that contain ammonia and glycol, which are both important elements in removing smoke odor. It’s also crucial to keep children and pets away from these chemicals while they’re being used. If the smoke smell persists, you may need to re-paint your walls. Look for a sealer from a paint or hardware store to prevent smoke odors from seeping through the fresh paint.
5- Keeping the Floors Clean
Cigarette odor is also retained in your flooring, whether they are carpeted or wooden. You might wish to start by cleaning the carpet yourself. Using a carpet cleaner, liberally saturate each carpeted room. Allow the vacuum cleaner to rest for the maximum amount of time advised before cleaning fully. If the odor persists, you should consider having your carpets professionally cleaned. If you have hardwood floors, make sure you clean them thoroughly and change the water in your mop bucket on a regular basis.
Trimming of candlewicks:
Before each use, trim the candlewicks to 1/4 inch. Uneven burning and leaking are caused by wicks that are too long or twisted. Always use a candle holder that is made exclusively for candles. Heat-resistant, strong, and large enough to collect any drips or melted wax, the holder should be used. Make sure the candleholder is on a heat-resistant, solid surface. Candles should be kept away from drafts, vents, and air currents. This will assist to prevent excessive dripping, smoke, and quick, uneven burning. Lightweight curtains or papers can also be blown into the flame, causing them to catch fire. Drafts can be created by ceiling fans. At all times, keep the wax pool clear of wick trimmings, matches, and debris.
Clear wax pool:
At all times, keep the wax pool clear of wick trimmings, matches, and debris. Never leave a candle burning for longer than the manufacturer specifies. Always use a well-ventilated space while burning candles. If the flame gets too close to the holder or container, put it out. Stop burning a candle when 2 inches of wax remains (1/2 inch if in a container) for a margin of safety. This will also assist to avoid heat damage to the counter/surface and the cracking or shattering of glass containers. When the wax is liquid, never touch or move a votive or container candle. If the wax puddle reaches the edge of the pillar candles, extinguish them.
This is to ensure that they don’t melt one other or produce drafts that cause the candles to burn unevenly. A candle snuffer, which helps prevent hot wax from spattering, is one of the safest methods to put out a candle. Candles should not be put out with water. The water may cause the hot wax to splatter, as well as destroy glass containers. During a power outage, flashlights and other battery-powered lighting are far safer than candles. When searching a closet for items, never use a candle as a source of light.