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#100646 - Sun Jun 03 2001 05:12 PM The smell of smoke
stewpot Offline
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Registered: Fri Aug 31 2001
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Loc: Glasgow
If any of you out there smoke and you are finding it hard to get rid of the stale smell from your lounge room try this burn a couple of candles in the vening and if you have a ciggie the candle flame gets rid of the smell i don't know why this works but it does because i tried it and was amazed when i rose the next morning and there was not a smell at all.PS never leave a burning candle unattended

[ 06-05-2001: Message edited by: stewpot ]

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#100647 - Wed Jun 06 2001 05:07 AM Re: The smell of smoke
Pling Offline
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Registered: Mon Feb 19 2001
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another thing that will help get rid of the stale smell of cigarettes is......

never leave a dirty ashtry in the room, this seems to hold the smell.

Mind you I am an ex smoker now .....and that stops the smell all together...lol


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#100648 - Wed Jun 06 2001 01:37 PM Re: The smell of smoke
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Hi Pling i have tried really hard to stop smoking i even went to my doc she gave me the patches but i am still finding it hard i think i will try the posting "quitting smoking" to see if there are anymore tips on there to help me.
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#100649 - Fri Jun 29 2001 06:31 PM Re: The smell of smoke
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Registered: Fri Nov 19 1999
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Loc: San Diego California USA 
Thanks for the great tip Stewpot. Another way is to wet a towel with ammonia and twirl it over your head, helicopter style. This is the method that they used to use in bars many years ago. I think lighting candles sounds like much less work, and your friends and neighbors won't think you have totally lost it. LOL

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