Many of us have pledged (successfully or not) to ditch cigarettes this year – either by keeping up with a New Year’s resolution, making a temporary sacrifice for Lent or as part of a new health initiative. But while cigarettes can be tough to say goodbye to, so is the smell of smoke they’ve left behind in your house – especially after a winter of lighting up indoors. But whether you’re saying goodbye to smoking permanently, or just fancy freshening up, there’s no better time get rid of the smoke smell and air out your home than when the sun is out and your windows can stay open.
If you’ve been trying to shift smoke smell from a room without success, don’t worry: there is light at the end of the tunnel. We’ve collated an array of solutions to show you how to get rid of the smoke smell (whether from cigarettes or from cooking) in a matter of minutes, whatever the time of year.